INFORMATION FOR PARENTS
St, John’s Primary School office is open to parents from 8.30 am to 4.00 pm. There is an answer phone available to leave messages outside these times. All visitors must use the main school entrances.
The office is staffed by:
Mrs Sarah Lopez and Mrs Mary Sears manage the office and oversee its smooth running.
The School Office Team are available during school times to help with any questions or information you may need regarding your child. You can request a paper copy of any information found on the school website, free of charge.
Pupils are strongly encouraged to wear uniform which we feel adds a sense of identity to the school. The uniforms can be ordered from Mapac.com.
Moving forward, from September all pupils will be required to wear the following; (the only exceptions will be for medical reasons)
School jumper or cardigan with logo
White or light blue polo shirt
Navy skirt, dress or Grey trousers
Light blue summer dress
Black shoes NO TRAINERS
Plain navy or black tracksuit bottoms
Plain white t-shirt (No Logos)
Plain black trainers or plimsolls
Thank you for your cooperation.
Reception 09:00 – 15:10
KS1 09:00 – 15:10
KS2 09.00 – 15.20
If you are providing your child with a packed lunch please ensure it does not include the following:
fizzy drinks, chocolate bars or anything that contains nuts.
From September 2014, all pupils in the School are entitled to a free school meal, in line with the Southwark Local Authority. To view our current School menu please click here.
Admissions Arrangements 2019/20
St John’s Walworth Church of England School has a distinctive Christian ethos which is at the heart of this School. There is an atmosphere of trust and happiness where children feel well cared for and secure in line with the teachings of the Christian church shaped by Christian values. This is done by educating the whole child – spiritually, physically, and intellectually; developing cultural and personal identities; providing high quality education; developing attitudes and behaviours in the children which create a caring environment where all can develop so that they can fully participate in society following the example given to us by God through the teachings of Christ. We welcome applications from all members of the community and we ask parents to respect the Christian ethos of our school and its importance to our community.
The Governing Body is responsible for the admission of pupils to the School and admits 30 pupils to the reception class each September. The Governing Body is required to abide by the maximum limits for infant classes (5, 6 and 7 year olds), i.e. 30 pupils per class. .
The school’s supplementary form has a space for a reference from the priest/pastor/etc. from the church where the applicant worships, if applicable. These references are used to determine the rankings of applicants for criteria 2, 3, 4.
You can view our Admissions Policy here: Document
Ofsted have launched Parent View, a new online questionnaire that will allow parents and carers to give their views on their child’s school at any time of the year. Covering over 22,000 schools across England, the 12-question survey will help other parents as they make important choices about their child’s education and provide Ofsted with information about schools that will help inform priorities for inspection.
Parents will be asked to give their view on the following 12 questions, from strongly agree through to strongly disagree:
• My child is happy at this school
• My child feels safe at this school
• My child makes good progress at this school
• My child is well looked after at this school
• My child is taught well at this school
• My child receives appropriate homework for their age
• This school ensures the pupils are well behaved
• This school deals effectively with bullying
• This school is well led and managed
• This school responds well to any concern I raise
• I receive valuable information from the school about my child’s progress
• I would recommend this school to another parent
We know some parents feel confused by the internet. It’s constantly changing, and it can be hard to keep up with the latest apps and trends. It can be particularly tricky for parents of children aged 8-12. That’s the age when children start doing more online, becoming more independent and using different devices.
So, we’ve put together this guide. To reassure you, and give you the information and advice you’ll need to keep your child safe online. The internet’s an amazing place, so we want to help your child to get the most out of it, and to do that safely.
The guidance is actually really simple – it’s all about talking to your child, getting the family involved, and ﬁnding out what you can do.
Share Aware – View Here
Instagram Safety – View Here
Tik-Tok Safety – View Here
WhatsApp Safety – View Here
Snapchat Safety – View Here
|Monday||7:45am to 8:45am - Breakfast Club
3:20pm to 4:20pm - Year 3 & 4 Multi Sports
|Tuesday||7:45am to 8:45am - Breakfast Club
3:20pm to 4:20pm - Choir
|Wednesday||7:45am to 8:45am - Breakfast Club
3:20pm to 4:20pm - Drama
|Thursday||7:45am to 8:45am - Breakfast Club
3:20pm to 4:20pm - Year 5 & 6 Football Years
|Friday||7:45am to 8:45am - Breakfast Club|
|Staff Inset Day||3 September 2019||4 September 2019|
|Autumn 1||4 September 2019||18 October 2019|
|Half Term||21 October 2019||25 October 2019|
|Autumn 2||28 October 2019||19 December 2019|
|Holiday||20 December 2019||3 January 2020|
|Staff Inset Day||7 January 2020||7 January 2020|
|Spring 1||7 January 2020||14 February 2020|
|Holiday||17 February 2020||21 February 2020|
|Spring 2||24 February 2020||3 April 2020|
|Holiday||6 April 2020||17 April 2020|
|Inset Day||20 April 2020||20 April 2020|
|Summer 1||20 April 2020||22 May 2020|
|Half Term||25 May 2020||29 May 2020|
|Summer 2||1 June 2020||21 July 2020|
|Inset Day||21 July 2020||21 July 2020|
|Summer||22 July 2020||TBC|