Thank You from the Parents Association

December has been a busy month for St Johns PTA from seeking donations, to sorting Christmas cards, building grotto’s, running stalls, to hosting disco’s.

A big thank you to all of the people and companies that have supported us this term. Here are a few snap shots of the things our wonderful PTA team get upto.

We are always looking for help and new ideas to generate money for St John's and the enjoyment of pupils. Whether you are able to attend monthly meetings, or help during the preparation or running of an event, we welcome all support.

Christmas Performances 2018

Parents should now of received all the information regarding the upcoming Christmas Performances. The attached image highlights the dates of the performances and once again this year there will be no charge or ticketing systems in place.

We do ask that parents and or relatives only attend one of the performances on the day. This is ensure that all who want to attend can be accommodated.

Book Fair and Asda help us out.

Through the efforts of our book fairs and also a liitle help from our local Asda store, Year 4 teacher Mrs Jones has put together some fantastic fun resources for the children here at St John's. 

With the success of the book fairs we managed to raise over £1000 which has been re used in purchasing a set of Thesaurus's and Dictionary's which will be used to support the children during their literacy lessons. Asda have kindly donated a few shopping trolleys that store the resources and can be easily moved around the school so that classes have a fun way of both storing and moving them around the site.

Thank you to all our parents, Scholastic and also Asda Cannock in making this all possible! 

Early Years Sports Day 2018 Gallery

An insight into the Early Years Sports Day that took place on Monday 2nd July 2018.

Year 1, 2 & 3 Sports Day Gallery

An insight into the Years 1,2 & 3 Sports Day that took place on Tuesday 26th June 2018.

Years 4, 5 & 6 Sports Day Gallery

An insight into the Year 4,5 & 6 Sports Day that took place on Wednesday 13th June 2018.

Summer Club Programme 2018

Following its success in 2017 we will again be running a Summer Activities Club in our Eagles facility this year. The club will be lead by our Sports Coach , Mark Corbett and will run for the first four weeks of the summer break.

Running from 23rd July through to 17th August, weekdays from 8.30am till 4pm. A day at the club cost £15. Trips range in price from £15 up to £30.

This year the trips will be:

Twin Lakes Theme Park  £25
Space Museum  £25
Wembley Stadium  £30
Cannock Chase  £15

We are able to accommodate children from Reception age up to current Year 6, for single days or any combination of days during the programme and parents are now able to make bookings from today.
We welcome children from other schools and the club is not just for St John’s pupils.

There will be a whole range Of activities From:

Various tournaments and competitions
Arts and Crafts
Football Frenzy
Fitness Fanatical Friday
Fitness Suite
Mini Olympics
Plus much much more.........

To complete a booking fill in the form below and return it to main reception. Can you ensure that the payment information is fully completed.

Sports Update

Yesterday at the academy, lots of pupils attended various sporting events. We represented in the mini Olympics taking 17 pupils to Cheslyn Hay Primary.  All the children had an amazing time participating in various events.  We were successful in being placed first in many, however it was a team effort that resulted in finishing first place overall.

Following the KS1 success our KS2 children were under pressure to perform in the tag Rugby tournament hosted at St John's. 5 schools were included in the tournament and needless to say St John's lived up to the previous success from our KS1 children, winning all their matches and winning the event. 

Year 3 and 4 also were involved in the cross country finals held at Cheslyn Hay. There were some outstanding performances and children winning their individual events. Unfortunately, the standard from the other schools was very high and as much as every child put 100% effort and commitment into their race, we were unable to reach the County Finals.