• Open Mornings for Prospective Parents

    The school will be open for visits by prospective parents during the week September 18th -22nd.  Please contact the School Office to arrange a time.

  • EYFS Theatre Trip

    Children in our EYFS have today been enjoying a trip to the theatre.

  • Gardening Club

    Amazing results from our Gardening Club!  Many thanks to parents and Wansdyke Play Association for all your support.

  • Cricket Tournament

    10 Year 5 boys travelled to Bath to take part in a large cricket tournament involving 20 schools. The boys did an amazing job, showing off great team work, awesome bowling skills and excellent fielding. We won two games and lost two games in the group stages and got through to the quarter finals, where we had a really close game against a very good side and only just missed out on a place in the semi’s. The boys should be proud of representing the school in the way they did and we look forward to more cricket as the summer goes on!

  • Year 5 Kwik Cricket Festival

    On Wednesday, 10 Year 5s went to Keynsham to take part in a cricket festival against other schools from the area. It was a complete scorcher of a day and the girls battled on really well despite the heat and some very tough opposition!

    Every girl gave their best for the team, winning two matches, drawing one and losing two. We saw some magnificent boundaries, some excellent bowling and some superb run outs! The girls should all be proud of themselves, they did the school proud!


  • Message from Glasgow

    Please click on the link to see a video message from Year 6 pupils in Glasgow.


  • Gymnastics Success

    We attended a gymnastics competition held at Writhlington Sports Centre. It was an excellent event and a fun, competitive opportunity for us all to demonstrate our abilities. We had to take part in two separate events which included vault and a floor routine. We competed against six schools.

    We were thrilled to find out that our level 1 team came first in the overall competition, each taking home a gold medal. Three pupils also received meals for their individual sores.

    Not only did our level 1s get a fantastic result, our level 2 team were placed third in the overall competition. We were so excited and proud of all our hard work! Well done St Johns, a fantastic and well deserved result!

  • Wild Week Mosaics

    During our Wild Week, many classes worked to create mosaics, smashing ceramics and learning the techniques needed.  These have now been grouted and varnished and are now displayed in the Zone 3 playground.

    Please come and have a look at these wonderful creations.


  • Year 3 Trip to Avebury

    On Friday the 31st of April year three had a great visit to Avebury and West Kennet as a finale to our topic on Hunter Gatherers. West Kennet is a Neolithic long barrow where people in the New Stone Age would place the skeletons of their dead and hold ceremonies to remember the ancestors.

  • Great Wood Residential

    Year 4 have enjoyed their two-night residential to Great Wood. It was a jam-packed adventure full of fun and laughter. Every child was fully engaged in all the activities provided and will have lifelong memories of this wonderful experience. The activities included archery, stream study, dam building, duck racing and team building.