DecemberPosted by Claire Marsland Mon, December 11, 2017 11:48:09
Wow! What an exciting week we have all had, ending in our fabulous Hogwarts Open Evening organised by the Friends of St John's. Thank you to everyone who helped make this such a successful event.
Well done to children who received Headteacher Awards:
DecemberPosted by Claire Marsland Mon, December 11, 2017 11:42:47
Lots to celebrate this morning... along with out Headteacher Awards, we also congratulated the winners of the Christmas Card competition. Well done everyone!
NovemberPosted by Claire Marsland Sun, November 26, 2017 16:46:00
It is certainly getting very busy in school, with Reception and KS1 classes rehearsing hard for their Christmas plays.
This week, I also had the pleasure of taking a group of children to meet some veterans who were also at the Remembrance Parade. We posed for some photographs with them by the war memorial. Sadly, the files are too big to load onto this blog... we will try to get them posted on here.
On Friday we celebrated the children's hard work in Headteacher Awards. Well done to:
Isabella, Betty, Ethan, Harriet, Barbara, Jamie, Tilly, Mia, Cali and Cassian!
NovemberPosted by Claire Marsland Sun, November 19, 2017 20:38:02
A big thank you to everyone who attended the Frome Remembrance Parade last Sunday - well done to all of the children who were there in our St John's uniform or indeed other uniforms representing their groups such as rainbows, brownies, beavers and cubs. I was extremely proud of all of you.
Last week, we took some time to raise awareness of Anti-Bullying Week by wearing odd socks, reminding us that we are all unique - all different, all equal!
On Friday we celebrated the fantastic work our children have been doing this week with our Headteacher Awards. Well done to: Hector, Tyler, Genny, Elsabeth, Charley, Jaelin, Jesse, Oliver A, Rasmus, Xavvi and Paris!
Everyone also had lots of fun on Friday wearing pyjamas and spotty clothes for Children in Need. We have raised £245 - great job everyone!
NovemberPosted by Claire Marsland Thu, November 16, 2017 23:13:22
This week we have been thinking about remembrance and the symbol of the poppy worn by so many people at this time of the year. I would like to thank our House Captains for helping to sell poppies in school, and to everyone who has contributed to this year's Poppy Appeal.
Well done and thank you to Isobelle Lear who played 'The Last Post' beuatifully on the trumpet in Collective Worship this morning.
Also, well done to all of the children who were presented with Headteacher Awards: Rayan, Ryley, Gus, Oleander, Douglas, Orla, Jude, Nathan, Oliver J and Gabe!
NovemberPosted by Claire Marsland Thu, November 16, 2017 23:07:16
I hope everyone had an enjoyable half term break.
We have already been very busy in school during this first week back after the holiday. Well done to: Matthew, Lilly, Anne-Marie, Ruby, Sam, Islarose, Charli, Sonny, Molly-May, Patrick and Molly W who allreceived Hedateacher Awards!
OctoberPosted by Claire Marsland Sun, October 15, 2017 18:38:50
Well done to Bella, Summer, Aimee, Megan, Chloe, Iris, Noa, Sol, Freddie and Zoe, who all receved Headeacher Awards last Friday!
Great job, all of you!
This coming Monday, we are very lucky to have Barry Cunningham joing us for a special assembly to launch a magical short story writing competition. Barry discovered the awesome J K Rowling!
OctoberPosted by Claire Marsland Wed, October 11, 2017 22:41:58
What a great end to the week... World Smile Day and receiving our Ofsted Report... We are thrilled!
We celebrated World Smile Day by leaving our school uniform at home and choosng what we could wear. We also spent the day smiling at people. There are some great pictures around the school showing us what makes our children smile.
Of course, on Friday we also celebrated the children's hard work and achievements from the week. Well done everyone!
On Tuesday, Year 2 went to the Bath Literature Festival and met a real author. They were fantastic ambassadors for our school, and there excellent behaviour was commented on by other visitors who were not with our school party. Well done Year 2!
On Thursday Year 3 visited Cheddar Caves, and their sensible behaviour was also commented on by members of the public; they, too, were great ambassadors for St John's. Well done Year 3!