St John’s on-the-Hill School welcomed members from the Chepstow Fairtrade Forum for a special assembly on Thursday 27th February. Tanya White, Chair of Chepstow Fairtrade Forum, Jan Koning, Chair of Tidenham Parish Council, Julia Parsons, Chepstow Fairtrade Forum, Cynthia Giles, Chepstow Fairtrade Forum, and John Giles, photographer, visited the school to speak to the children about…February 27, 2020
Monday 24th February saw us back in the Singleton Hall for the second Science Fair of the year. This time, Years 5 and 6 were showcasing their creativity and scientific skills competing for the Science Fair Trophy! Yet again, the judges were blown away by the competition and the judging was incredibly tight. On display…February 24, 2020
St John’s on-the-Hill-School put on a funny and musical version of Shakespeare’s classic tale, The Tempest. Opening with a powerful storm and dramatic shipwreck, The Tempest was performed in modern English, combined with some of the original Shakespearean text. It followed the story of Prospero (Eddie Hillman), a powerful sorcerer, and his innocent daughter Miranda…February 6, 2020
On Friday 31st January, we welcomed Explorer Dome back to St Johns, with their mobile planetarium. This year, they put on three different shows for the pupils, with Year 2 getting in on the astronomical action and delighting the presenters with their knowledge and their curiosity. Alongside our regular shows for Years 5 and 8,…February 5, 2020
St John’s on-the-Hill School hosted a wonderful gymnastics competition on Wednesday 29th January. Six other schools attended and competed on both floor and vaulting events. St John’s pupils were on form in both events, with one of our teams winning gold and the other team finishing fifth. Six pupils from Year 3 and 4 then…February 3, 2020
Our highly qualified and experienced team make every day varied and enjoyable for our children. We appreciate the unique needs of every child and the importance of learning through play.
We want our pupils to be curious and persistent learners; excited by, and interested in the world around them. We endeavour to develop a passion for life and place a huge focus on enquiry based learning.
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