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Updated 26.03.2018

General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR): New data protection regulations come into force towards the end of May which affect not only all businesses but schools too. We will therefore be reviewing our management systems and data collection and storage protocols now and in the months ahead. A GDPR page will be created on the website to provide you with information about this as we will at times require your assistance and consent for some of the information we hold. This page will become ‘live’ after Easter.Our current PrivacyPolicy: https://www.stjohnsprimaryn11.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/PRIVACY-NOTICE-June-2017.pdf
The staff and governors wish you a happy Easter. We look forward to seeing you again after the holiday on the 16th April when term commences for pupils from Reception through to Y6 (Nursery reopens on the 17th).
We are currently developing the ‘Learning Zone’ (accessible via the tab on the home page). We aim over time to make this a valuable resource for both parents and pupils, providing information on a range of topics to help you support your child’s learning and keep abreast of developments in the world of education. We are beginning with the TOPICS pages: Information has already started to added to support your child’s learning at home. Click on the KS1 & KS2 live boxes to see what’s there!
DON’T FORGETTerm Ends 29th March at the normal time. CHURCH ASSEMBLY Wednesday 28th at 8.50 am

Introduction from our Head

Mr. Graham Gunn, our Head Teacher, talks about our school

Mr Gunn

We offer a happy and secure environment where learning is both challenging and fun! We seek to provide the best conditions to enable children to flourish; to grow up to be respectful, thoughtful, confident and caring. We are committed to making sure that school is a special place that allows everyone to thrive – academically and socially. As a Christian school we recognise that we are all equal in the eyes of God and that we possess unique gifts. We seek to nurture these ‘gifts’ to create a vibrant school community where individuals are encouraged to work together for the common good. The principle ‘love God, love neighbour’ governs our attitudes and our actions and all these things are reflected in the school mission statement ‘Faith, Excellence and Enjoyment.’



Y4 Viking Workshop


Y5 School Journey meeting for Parents only


Y5 to visit St Pauls Cathedral