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Welcome to St John’s RC School

Sue Burnside - Head Teacher at St.John'sWe are a non-maintained special school offering day provision for pupils aged 5 to 19 with a wide range of needs including moderate to severe learning difficulties, autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) and those with associated speech language and communication difficulties.

Although we are a Roman Catholic school we welcome pupils from all faiths and backgrounds.

Sue Burnside.
Head Teacher

School is open.

Our School Building

St John's 6th Form Centre

A thought in this Year of Mercy

The Merchant of Venice, Act IV, Scene I William Shakespeare, 1564 - 1616 The quality of mercy is not strained;…

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Our Improvement Priorities

        Our Priorities for 2015-16 Here is a summary of our areas for development for this  academic year: Ensuring…

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DFE School Performance Tables

The Department for Education School and College Performance Tables were recently updated for St John's You can view the full…

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Safer Internet Day 9th February 2016

This year's Safer Internet Day will be on Tuesday 9th February. For useful advice and guidance on keeping children and…

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Team Boccia - The first Tournament

Team Boccia

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St John's Triumph at Number 11

Hot off the press, St John's students impressed a large audience of MPs and VIPs at Number 11 Downing Street…

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Praise for St John's Romeo and Juliet

On Wednesday 4th November, at The Kenneth Moore Theatre, students from St John's performed a thrillingly moving adaptation of Shakespeare's…

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St John's Football News

Fixture 2 South London football Tournament Thursday January 14th 2016   The St Johns over 16 football teams were back…

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“Been the best thing for my child and St. John’s input will stay with him and sustain him throughout his life”.
“I am happy that my son attends school. Thanks”.
“I have nothing negative to say about this school … has changed so much since attending this school”.
“I couldn’t have chosen a better school, Thank you”.

Some of the comments from our recent parental questionnaire.

The confidence of the pupils comes from them feeling secure in their environment and the knowledge that they are liked for who they are. However they are given a set of expectations and are helped and encouraged to aspire to these expectations