St John's School Watford - News and Events
For their History week project, Year 3 have been looking into the culture of the Maya people including their love of Hot Chocolate.Learn More
Eric Carl we thank you for your beautiful soul that flows through your books and illustrations. Childhoods are incomplete without your stories. How wonderful that you are so treasured in generations past and present and that you will live on and be loved by future generations. May you rest in peace.Learn More
Children can win a £10 National Book Token for themselves and each of their classmates – featuring their own amazing artwork!
Design a cover for a National Book Tokens gift card and the winners will find themselves on gift cars every week for six weeks throughout May and June.
Friday 30th April is the deadline to accept your place in Reception for September 2021. Please log on to Hertfordshire County Council’s system to accept.Learn More
We welcome you to tune in tomorrow at 8:10 am on the Vibe FM Breakfast Show where Mrs. Langeveld, joined by 2 Year 4 children, will be tuning in with Jeremy Clarke where she will be giving an update on school life after the Christmas/ New Year school closures.
You can tune in to Vibe 107.6FM or go to http://www.vibe1076.co.uk/radioplayer/ where you can tune in to the Breakfast Show from 6 am.Learn More
Friday 16th April is National Primary School Allocations Day! If you have applied for a place in our 2021 Reception class, you will find out today whether your child has a place. All allocations will be sent out by the County Council. All schools are asked not to discuss any allocations until Monday 19th April. On Monday 19th April we will be emailing all families with details of our Next Steps meetings on Thursday 22nd April. There will be two sessions, one for those families offered a place and another one for those families who will be joining the continuing interest list. We look forward to welcoming our next 60 Reception children into the St John’s school family.Learn More
Spring is upon us and new life is starting as we come back from the cold winter months.
The children at school are taking part in a Spring Growing Challenge as each class competes to bloom the first geranium, grow the first tomato and cultivate the tallest sunflower. We also have lemon trees growing but these won’t bear fruit for a while, we are looking forward to watching them grow with us at school.Learn More