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Year 1 visit to the City

Last Friday, Year 1 went on a visit to the City as part of their topic, ‘The British Isles’. The class have been looking at the different...

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Year 6 visit to Hackney Museum

On Thursday morning, both Year 6 classes went off on a visit to the Hackney Museum to take part in a series of transition workshops. Each workshop...

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Year 3 Trip: Art in Nature

On Thursday morning, Year 3 visited the Lee Valley Waterworks Centre to  explore the different materials that they could find in a natural...

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Year 4: Table Tennis Festival

On Tuesday afternoon, a selection of year 4 pupils attended a table tennis festival. The team was joined by children from lots of other schools in...

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Year 4 visit the Natural History Museum

This week Year visited the Natural History museum and began to explore their new Topic on Volcanoes & Earthquakes. The children look around the...

Message from the Head of School

St John & St James is an outstanding 3-11 one-form entry Church of England primary school. The community is culturally and ethnically diverse and we pride ourselves on being an inclusive
school. Our Christian
ethos is embedded
across our school
community.

Joanne Smith Head of School

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frequently asked questions

  • 1. Emergencies

    Our Teaching Assistants and Midday Supervisors deal with cuts and abrasions, and we have a number of members of staff that are trained First Aiders. In dealing with cuts we may only use water. Please let us know if your child is allergic to plasters.

    If there is a serious accident, we will contact a Parent/Carer immediately, and if necessary will arrange for an ambulance to take your child to hospital. It is therefore vital that you keep the school informed of any changes of contact phone numbers of all nominated emergency contacts. The school telephone number is 0208 985 2045.

  • 2. Mobile Phones

    We have a policy that no mobile phones are allowed in school. In the case of an emergency, please write a letter to the school explaining why your child needs their phone and we will hold it in the school reception until the end of the day. On these occasions, the school cannot be held responsible for the loss or damage of your phone, if you choose to leave it in the reception area.

  • 3. Holidays

    The school cannot support parents who take holidays during the term time. However, if it is unavoidable that your child is to lose time at school for absence other than illness, please write to the Head Teacher requesting permission and this will be given due consideration.

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We work in partnership as a multiple teaching school alliance to deliver Initial Teacher Training, CPD, talent management and outreach to other schools – all to ensure the greatest impact on our children.