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For the attention of parent/carers who pick-up or drop-off St John’s students.  We have been asked to remind parent/carers that they should not use Bishop Auckland College grounds to do this; these are to be used by those attending, working or visiting the College. 

In addition, could parent/carers ensure that they park legally on Woodhouse Lane and do not obstruct entrances and exits.

Elizabeth's Embroidery are hosting special uniform events in school on Tuesday 7 & 21 May 3.00 pm - 6.00 pm. 
They are offering £5 off orders over £60 and £10 off orders over £100.  This offer will be available until the end of May.

We are a small club run entirely by volunteers and welcome children of all ages and abilities to train with the club. We comply with ECB guidelines and all volunteers have a valid DBS certificate.

Cricket season as now begun and we are running 3 teams Under 13's, Under 15's as well as a senior team.

We train on a Thursday evening at Etherley Cricket Club from 6pm, subs are £2 a week paid on attendance
U/13 matches - Wednesday night
A group of 37 of our students from Years 9 and 10 kick started their Easter holidays early with a visit to Château Beaumont located just outside of Normandy in Northern France. The visit was a chance for them to practise their language skills and experience French culture, learn about French history and try some French cuisine. Students even had the opportunity to taste frogs’ legs and snails during the trip!

Please find the TERM 3 PE extra curricular program W/C 23/4/19 - Please note that morning swim will only be on Thursdays for this final term, however will return to two days per week in September.

St John’s Year 8 boys are County Durham Level 3 Sportshall Athletics Champions. 29th March at the Louisa Centre, Stanley.

The Year 7 Netball Team won 6 games and drew 1 resulting in 1st place in the South West Durham Netball Tournament.
They were outstanding and played so well together as a team.

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.

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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