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"Never before have we seen our child so eager to attend school and he is a much happier child at home too. Sending him to St John’s was the best thing that we could possibly have done."

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Educate against hate Low Cost, No Cost, family activities for the weekend.
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... Click on the image to view a list of Low Cost and No Cost family activities in London for the 20th and 21st
of January 2018.






Educate against hate December 21st Newsletter
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...Subjects covered in the newsletter are:

  • Song of Thankfulness and Praise
  • Reminder of Nursery 30hrs free entitlement
  • School admissions
  • Christmas fair money raised
  • Medication at school
  • Breakfast Club
  • Join the Ready-Steady-Go  programme
  • Dates for your diary


Educate against hate A visit from Mr Egypt
Year 3 learn about Egypt...
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...Last week year 3 had a visit from Mr Egypt.

When Mr Egypt visited we learnt all about Ancient Egyptian life, we were able to touch artefacts from 3000 BC and we were able to dance like Ancient Egyptians.

Educate against hate A letter from the Chair of Governors
Regarding the headteacher's cover while off sick...
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...The Governing Body, the Local Authority and the Southwark Diocesan Board of Education, have decided that the school will need an interim head during the time that Mr. Clark is off sick.

It has been agreed by all the parties above to ask the Executive Headteacher of The Federation of Christ Church C of E Primary and St. Luke's C of E Primary Schools in Lambeth, Mrs. Nicky Zeronian-Dalley, to be the Interim Headteacher of St Johin's Angell Town C of E Primary School for the period of time Mr. Clark is away.

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Educate against hate November 17th Newsletter
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...Subjects covered in the newsletter are:

  • Nursery 30hr entitlement renewals
  • Payment for school photos
  • School admissions
  • Christmas fair
  • Reception class eye tests
  • Mobile phone rules
  • Medication at school
  • Christmas lunch
  • Return to school after sickness
  • Dates for your diary and Inset Days
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Educate against hate Helping children to be safe in their online world!
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... The Digital Parenting magazine aims to provide parents with the latest expert advice so parents can help their children develop the life skills and knowledge they need to use the online world safely and with confidence.

Never underestimate the role we have as parents, even as our children grow and inhabit an online world that can sometimes be very different to the one we use.

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Topics covered include:

  • Prevention of Cyberbullying
  • Digital resilience: what it is and how to nurture it in your children
  • Fake news – spotting lies online
  • Essential digital life skills


Homework Homework - Project Templates for Autumn
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...Here are the Homework topics for Nursery and Reception this term.

View your child's class topic and why not help them with their research and make their homework fun.

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Educate against hate St John's is awarded the Inclusion Quality Mark
and achieved IQM Centre of Excellence status...
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...The Inclusion Quality Mark

Ofsted defines an educationally inclusive school as one in which the teaching and learning; achievements, attitudes and well-being of every young person matter.

Inclusion Quality Mark provides schools with a nationally recognised framework to guide their inclusion journey.

St John's Primary School was evaluated and measured in July 2017 on how they perform. They were then empowered to improve and grow from the findings. The school was successful and reached Inclusive Status in September 2017.

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There are over 5,500 schools in the UK who have either received an IQM Inclusive School Award, or are actively working towards meeting the standard required.

Inclusion promotes equal opportunities for all pupils, whatever their age, gender, ethnicity, attainment and background. It pays particular attention to the provision made for, and the achievement of, different groups of pupils within a school and any pupils who are at risk of disaffection and exclusion.

St John’s Angell Town CE Primary School has also successfully achieved IQM Centre of Excellence status.



Educate against hate View a slideshow showing the Cross Mosaic Project
See the children create the cross with Southbank Mosaics...
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Cross Mosaic Slideshow:
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