After rearranging the early years sports day to Tuesday 2nd July, the weather was much kinder to us and the Nursery and Reception classes enjoyed an afternoon full of fun. Find below a selection of images from the afternoon.
On Wednesday 19th June we had a special visit from author Mark Sanders and his dog Monty. Mark read one of his wonderful stories to the children in assembly which they thoroughly enjoyed. All Mark's stories feature Monty the dog so we were so glad he could come along and visit too. After the assembly, Mark and Monty went to visit all the younger children in their classes to answer any questions, although Monty did steal the show!
The children all wanted to give Monty a stroke and he was more than happy to let them.
On Tuesday 18th June, the weather was kind enough to fit in this years Sports Day for Years 4, 5 & 6. The competition was fierce with only a few points separating the teams resulting in the Red team winning overall. Well done to everyone taking part and a special thanks to the Parents who took part in the Tug of War!
Highlights video will be released soon!
Following its success in 2018 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 three weeks of the summer break.
Running from 23rd July through to 9th August, the club will be open weekdays from 8.30am till 4pm.
A day at the club will cost £15 and trips range in price from £15 up to £30.
This year the trips will be:
Wrekin & Telford Park | £20
Etihad Stadium Tour | £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
Fitness Fanatical Friday
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.
This week, we have the whole school engrossed in the ‘Alice in Wonderland’ themed Stimulus.
The academy has been transformed into scenes and learning based activities round the famous book. We have a lot planned for this week and please keep an eye on this page for images throughout the week.
Make sure you also follow our Twitter account @stjohns_eagle for even more.
Today saw us here at St John’s host the KS1 Mini Olympics for local schools. We were pleased to welcome Cheslyn Hay, Glenthorne, Havergal and Featherstone Academy for the annual event which saw all the schools competing in a variety of Olympic style events.
The morning started with all the schools reading out the Olympic oath and then parading their amazing torches that were made by the schools to the onlooking parents.
Pupils took part in a wide range of events like sprints, relays, obstacle and others with all the children participating in at least one event each. Looking at all the smiles that were on display it looks like everyone had a great time!
We’d like to thank all the staff and also St John’s Sport’s Leaders who helped make the event run so smoothly.
We were really pleased to welcome Chris Duke, the author of ‘Lucy’s Blue Day’ to the academy today. Chris travelled all the way down from Scotland to spend time with us this morning.
During the assembly Chris spoke to the children from Nursery up to Year 2 about how and why he became an author. The children were really engrossed in what Chris had to say and asked lots of amazing questions. Chris also shared with us some ideas he has for future books about Lucy. He even told us about a secret book he’s working on! We’ve all promised not to say anything about it, but it sounds really interesting and we look forward to reading it in the future.
We are very thankful to Chris for taking the time to come and visit us. The children showed great enthusiasm throughout the assembly and it was wonderful to see the enjoyment on their faces.
Below are some images of Chris’s time with us.
Tuesday 5th February will be Safer Internet Day 2019 and the academy will be participating in a number of activities, assemblies and learning journeys concentrating on the importance of being safe while using the Internet and digital technologies.
Keep an eye out on our social media accounts on Twitter and Facebook to follow what we’ve been doing.