St. John the Evangelist

Church of England Voluntary Aided

Primary School

 

 

Head teacher:

Mrs. Catherine Cowell  B. Ed. (Hons)

 

  Fosseway

  Clevedon

  North Somerset

  BS21 5EL

 

  Tel: 01275 873417   

  Fax: 01275 342929

 

  E-mail:     

  stjohns.pri@n-somerset.gov.uk


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Notice:

Academy Conversion:

Link to:

Letter to Parents, Staff, Governors and Stakeholders >

Consultation Power Point Presentation >

Minutes of the Consultation meeting held on 05.05.16 at 14:30

Minutes of the Consultation meeting held on 05.05.16 at 16:45

Anyone wishing to make any comments should do so by E-mail to the school. The consultation period ends 09:00 on Tuesday 7th June 2016.

A Message from the Head teacher 

I am delighted to welcome you to the St Johnís Church of England Primary School website. Since becoming Head teacher of the school in November 2012, I have worked with the children, staff, parents and governors to ensure that the traditional values on which the school is founded, support us in developing further so that St Johnís offers children the very best foundation for learning.

Motivating and empowering children to become independent learners, good and caring citizens, is at the heart of our mission. All staff have the highest aspirations for children in their care, they are committed to finding and developing childrenís gifts and strengths. Parents are the first educators of their children and are welcomed to work closely with staff to support learning.

The strong Christian ethos that is apparent throughout the school, underpins all aspects of school life, in that children are cherished and nurtured within a thriving community. If you would like to see the school in action, please contact the office and make an appointment to visit.

Catherine Cowell

Our Vision

ĎThrough a Christian approach we value everyone as a unique individual created in the image of God, and work together within a structured and inviting learning environment, building on existing good partnerships, to enable everyone to recognise and achieve high standards, raise social and cultural awareness and enrich their moral and spiritual development.í

Link to : Our Vision and Values >

                                

Worship

There is a daily act of worship for the pupils and staff.  Twice a week this may be a Base or class Service. 

Parents are invited to join us for their child's annual class service and other services held throughout the school year.