Download our slideshow from the trip! The first Erasmus trip to Finland was such a wonderful experience. Four children from Y5 and two adults from St. John´s took this adventure for a week. Adults were involved in Hyrsinkin school every day activities, taking part in the lessons and cooperating with teachers. Adults also had some […]
Children, it’s our class’ saint’s day today, so let’s celebrate the life of St Stephen. St. Stephen’s Day on 26 December commemorates St. Stephen who was the first Christian Martyr. Stephen was a Greek Jew who had converted to Christianity. He was appointed as one of seven deacons to help with organising the early Christian […]
Two thousand years ago, give or take a day Something strange was happening round Bethlehem way Something more exciting than only words can say So if you’re sitting comfortably we’ii show you in our play!
Year 3 wishes all of the St. John’s Walworth’s children, parents, staff and community a merry Christmas and happy New Year. A big thank you to the parents for their support and encouragement over the Autumn term, without you we wouldn’t have made the progress we have. Well done children, enjoy your holiday and come […]
A huge thanks to all our parents and carers who have been so generous in providing such a variety of foodstuffs for our Christmas party. We appreciate all your efforts this term and pray you continue to support us in the coming terms. You have yourselves a merry Christmas and a bright and prosperous New […]
Drama has made a resounding comeback into our Literacy lessons, getting children to really step-in-role as characters of their, and others’, creation. Mr. Bilson has championed the refocusing of our school priorities when it comes to creating future-authors of our children. We aim to ignite a love of words in our children, to teach them […]
No child in our class wants to miss a PE lesson because here we show agility, power and skills. Thanks to our teachers and coach for letting us have fun whiles showing off our skills.
For PE, through Autumn term, Year 3 have swum and played football. Winding their arms and kicking their feet, they scored goals, saved penalties and splashed from one end of the pool to the other.
It was an exciting and challenging experience, selling real fruits and vegetables to our parents, carers and schoolmates using real money. Here we were also promoting healthy eating habits. One trick we played was to prepare some tasty assorted fruit/veg smoothies; that was our best seller. Who says we can’t get children to eat vegetables?