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Yesterday, a group of lower school (y7 and y8) students went on a visit to GSK at Barnard Castle with Mr Moore, Miss Dunbar and Miss Oakden. This is the start of a 10 week project the science club are doing in collaboration with industrial partners to design an 'eco factory'. Other schools around the local area are also competing in the competition which will be judged by GSK in June.

Students and parents who still have questions about year 8 options, or specific courses on offer, are welcome to drop-in to school anytime between 3.30pm and 5pm on Thursday 21 March 2019 to speak to relevant members of staff.  Option subject teachers, Heads of Departments and members of the Leadership Team will be there to help out.  Friday 29 March is the deadline for the return of completed forms so the drop-in is the ideal opportunity to get some further guidance if it is n

The Employability Day returns to Bishop Auckland Rugby Club on 27 March.

The Employability Day is a chance for 16 to 18-year-olds to connect with local and global businesses, giving them a better understanding of how to approach their career search, present themselves and their skills with confidence, and explore opportunities.

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Friday 15 March - World Book Day Celebrations

Dear Parents and Carers,
As you are aware, St John's had an Ofsted inpsection on 29-30 January 2019 and we are now pleased to provide you with the final report.



This Lent we’re challenging you to give it up!


St John's Handball team had their first ever game beating Biddick Academy 12-4. The group have only been playing the sport since September and were exceptional on the night showing fantastic team spirit.

Year 8 Boys rugby team won the Durham County Plate without losing a single game. Congratulations to all the boys involved!

Thank you for your support and attendance at the Information Evening on Tuesday 5 February, 2019. Please find below links to the presentations and materials that were shared. If you have any further queries, please feel free to get in touch with Mrs Wilkinson.
St John's are currently 10th in the world for our scores and progress on the global language learning website Language Nut.

Points only last for 30 days so students should keep accessing Language Nut to build up their points, earn rewards and practice for their upcoming assessments or exams.


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