About Us – Old


Welcome to St John’s Church of England Primary School.

The purpose of our website is to inform parents, pupils and visitors about the school’s policies, activities, events and of the standards that we endeavour to achieve in our teaching and learning.

All of the staff and governors are united in our commitment to the continuous improvement of the quality of teaching and learning through collaborative professional development. We recognise every child as an individual, and we endeavour to support the academic and personal development of all children who attend St John’s. We encourage children to have a sense of purpose and responsibility, and to take pride in their achievements and in the achievements of others.

Our vision is rooted in Christian values: faith, hope, care, responsibility and respect. We promote tolerance and acceptance for all, love, forgiveness and excellent behaviour for learning.

At St John’s we welcome parents and carers to take as wide an interest and involvement as possible, because we know that children make faster progress when we work in partnership. Seeing ourselves as part of a wider community we work in partnership with local schools such as Crampton Primary School and we endeavour to develop existing and new opportunities to work with people and institutions across London and internationally.

We hope that you enjoy exploring our website and perhaps return occasionally to see our record of St John’s as we continue to develop and evolve. Thank you for taking an interest in our school.
Yours faithfully,

Mr Matthew Velada-Billson

Ofsted 2018

Comments from Ofsted

Pupils show positive attitudes across a range of contexts, especially when engaged in lessons. They are supportive of each other and interact well when learning together. The school is a calm, happy and orderly environment. Pupils are polite and treat visitors with respect and consideration, for example by holding open a door or asking if they can be of help. They are friendly and gregarious, reflecting the schools’ four core values extremely well.


These are the things we want for our pupils


Religious Education:

Religious Education Policy – View Here
Collective Worship Policy – View Here
Religious Education Curriculum Over View – View Here

Faith Group Assemblies
– Monday’s Mass/Collective Worship. Introduce Core value & Though for the week.
– Tuesday’s Celebration Workshop Assembly
– Wednesday’s Singing Worship Assembly
– Thursday’s Academic Values Worship Assembly
– Friday’s Whole School Assembly  -Thought for the week, Reflections & birthdays.

Visitations and Celebrations – Click Here

These are the things we want from our Parents, Carers and Families:

To share the school’s vision and ethos, working together towards a common goal

To have high aspirations for children and high expectations of the school

To form strong partnerships with the school by taking an active interest in, and supporting children’s learning

To be well informed and supportive

To share in children’s achievements and successes

To challenge and support school leaders through effective school governance

These are the things we want from our School:

To be a centre of excellence

To have high expectations and aspirations for all our children

To provide a safe and secure environment in which children thrive and feel valued

To have a friendly and welcoming atmosphere

To be innovative, progressive, forward thinking and outward looking

To be fully inclusive

To have a strong community ethos

Our Mission Statement

The Christian nature of St John’s Walworth Church of England Primary School is central to our philosophy and informs every aspect of the life of the school.
We are committed to providing a warm and welcoming environment where our pupils can receive an excellent Christian education.

Our core Christian values of care, hope, faith, respect and responsibility focus us, as an inclusive community, to be the best version of ourselves. Our values permeate all areas of school life through learning, religious education, prayer, worship and action.

We value the unique strengths and gifts of the children entrusted to us and strive to provide an excellent education so that, through our teaching, the children may realise their full potential.

In partnership with our families, governors and parish, and inspired by our faith, we support the children of St John’s. We encourage the children to shine, to have pride in their achievements, to show concern for others and contribute to society as responsible citizens.

You can view our Mission Statement to find out more – View Here

Our Recent Results

Ofsted Report

Here you can see out last Ofsted Report.


Here you can view our current School performance

SIAMS Report

Click here to read the 2014 Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) report.


To apply for a vacancy when listed, please complete the relevant application form (download from the link below), which may then be filled in electronically or by hand and can be either emailed or posted to the school:

Deputy Head Vacancy

Advert: View Here

Job Description: View Here

Application Form: View Here

Privacy Notice: View Here


Higher Level Teaching Assistant Vacancy

Advert: View Here

Job Description: View Here

Application Form: View Here

Privacy Notice: View Here


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