The death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth
The death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth is a deeply sad moment for our nation and many other nations. She had such a significant impact on so many individuals over many years of service. Her legacy will last forever. We convey our deepest condolences to the Royal family.
May she rest in peace.
- 08/07/22Yesterday, we celebrated our visions and values day. At St John’s we have three core values: love, friendship and forgiveness. Yesterday, we focused on forgiveness. Our day started with collective worship in Church where Captain Kev re-told the story of the unforgiving servant...Read Full Story
Competition Winners!This morning, we announced the winners of our Christian Values Logo Competition. Over the coming weeks these children will paint their Christian Value logo onto a tile, which will form part of our Christian Values Mosaic. Congratulations to all 19 children!Read Full Story
Midday Music BoxThis afternoon, Dolphins and Pandas performed in the Minster for the annual Midday Music Box concert supporting the Michael James Music Trust. They sang beautifully and made us all very proud! It was an excellent concert!Read Full Story
Year 1 School Trip - Wimborne Model TownGiraffes Class loved their first St John's school trip to Wimborne Model Town! This half term we have been engaging in cross-curricular learning under the topic 'Welcome to Wimborne' and there's no better way for Year 1's to see the town than in miniature. We spotted parts of the...Read Full Story
Bring a BloomOur annual Bring a Bloom event was a success! The wonderful families in our St John's community donated blooms and in exchange children came to school in non-school uniform. Our School Council and Worship Team had a fantastic time planting all the beautiful flowers with the h...Read Full Story
World Book DayWorld Book Day at St John's First SchoolRead Full Story
School Closure - Friday 18th FebruaryStorm Eunice - School will be closed to all pupils on Friday 18 February All Dorset schools have been advised by Dorset Council to close on Friday 18 February, due to the expected severity of Storm Eunice. This decision has not been taken lightly and has been made in the interests of protect...Read Full Story
RSPB Big Bird WatchRSPB Big Bird Watch Big Garden Birdwatch long weekend is here! Today all the children of St John's took part in this great event. The task - to spend some time between Friday 28 and Sunday 30 January counting the birds, to help monitor how birds are faring. It was fun and a great way to keep...Read Full Story
Maths Contest Winners!Dolphins were the overall winners in the recent Dorset Sumdog Maths Contest! 360 children took part across Dorset and we had 6 children from Dolphins in the top 10! Congratulations! 1st Place Rowan 2nd Place Adrian 4th Place Sean 6th Place Sophie 7th Place Samuel 10th Place Ellen...Read Full Story
Year 1 ActivitiesThis half-term, the children in Year 1 have been learning all about the Christmas story in RE. They had a wonderful visit to St John’s Church where our curate Matt took them on a magical journey of the Christmas story. On their return to school, the children drew wonderful pictures and c...Read Full Story
Christmas PerformanceThis year our Snow leopards took us on a fantastic journey through the Christmas story. Throughout the performance our other classes performed dances and sang songs. Although a little different to previous years, we were pleased to be able to perform the show in St John's Church and l...Read Full Story
Donation from Dorset Gardens TrustThanks to a wonderful donation from the Dorset Gardens Trust, we have some red, white and blue bulbs to plant in celebration of the Queen's Jubilee in 2022. We are looking forward to seeing them all in bloom! We have also been given a new bird feeder and nesting box along with bird see...Read Full Story
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