Monthly Archives - November 2019

St John’s Climbing Wall opens

Students at St John’s will be reaching new heights from today with the official opening of the Climbing Wall in the St John’s Sports Hall. The wall has been funded by the St John’s Foundation Trust and by the...

Sixth Form Climate Change Conference Report

On 19th November 2019, Sixth form students from ten schools across Wiltshire met at Devizes School to discuss issues surrounding Climate Change and how we can work together to mitigate and adapt to Climate Change.  St John's was represented...

Year 7 Rugby Term 2 2019-20

Y7 RUGBY v PARK HOUSE (Friendly) Y7’s took on Park House on 15/10 at St John’s in a friendly fixture run by Mr Ottoway.  This was an opportunity for the whole squad to be involved in a fixture with everyone...

Duke of Edinburgh at St John’s

Last year our Duke of Edinburgh Award students completed over 1,937 hours of volunteering activities in the local community, as well as over 2,000 hours of physical activity and over 2,000 hours developing new skills. DofE Manager Miss Lamport said...

Charity Christmas Appeal 2019

If you could, make someone's Christmas after fleeing domestic abuse this year by opening your heart and giving a shoe box or gift bag. View a presentation PDF. (PDF link will open in a new tab. To download the file,...

Student’s Swimming Success

Olivia Mercer has qualified for the South West Swimming Short Course Winter Championships. Olivia qualified in the 50m and 100m breaststroke. This is a great achievement as she has only just turned 15 and had to get 16 year old...

Autumn Concert Review

On Tuesday 22nd October, students from Years 7-13 performed in the Autumn Concert in the Theatre. The whole-school concert showcased the musical talent from across all the year groups and highlighted the amazing musicians we have at St John’s....

Armistice Day at St John’s

Marlborough Armistice Day 2019 commemorations, with Principal Mr Tucker, Assistant Vice-Principal Miss McNeil, Head Girl Holly McKay, Head Boy Benedict Edmondson and other students representing St John’s at the Town Hall.