Category Archives: St Joseph


Internet Safety


This morning, PCSO Bray came to school to talk to us about keeping safe on the internet, and using our mobile phones. We all agreed that the internet is a fabulous invention, however there are some dangers that we need to be aware of. Stranger Danger: we discussed what this is, including while using the […]

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Active Kids


Active Kids is back! Vouchers can be collected NOW, and continue until 3rd May 2016 in all Sainsbury’s stores. we hope that this year, we can – once again – add some new equipment to help us enjoy being active and healthy. How can you help? Whenever you shop in Sainsbury’s, save the vouchers and […]

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Fairtrade Fortnight


What is happening at St John’s? Friday 12th February: Brian Terry is leading an assembly for the whole of the school. He will be introducing this year’s theme and reminding the children about the principles of Fairtrade and why we have chosen to be a fairtrade school. Brian Terry is the Camborne town Fairtrade representative […]

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Service for Parents launched in Camborne


Scope is a charity that specifically supports parents of children with a disability. Does your child have support needs? Do you know a family where a child have an area of need that requires support? Scope are offering a FREE support group for parents, carers or grandparents of disabled children or young people with any […]

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Asthma Please inform school if your child suffers from asthma, or is newly diagnosed as an asthma sufferer. This is to keep our school records updated and to ensure your child’s safety whilst in school. Nut allergies Please be aware that there are some children in our school with nut intolerances or allergies. Many of […]

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Camborne Lantern Parade 2015


Thursday 17th December, St John’s School joined the town of Camborne in the annual lantern parade. Lots of schools and hundreds of people crowded the streets of Camborne for the occasion, creating a magical lamp-lit atmosphere. Our group of children gathered at school in the evening, to put on our high vis jackets (kindly donated […]

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Christmas sing-a-long 2015


Thursday 17th December, we welcomed parishioners, former staff, parents and families to an afternoon of tea and coffee, Christmas ‘calories’ and our newly formed school choir. We enjoyed meeting and greeting old faces and new, before listening to the choir of Y6 pupils sing a selection of our school’s favourite carols. The school choir formed earlier […]

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Christmas Dinner 2015


Pupils, staff and governors enjoyed Christmas dinner Wednesday 16th December. Staff, governors and parents helped our team in the kitchen to serve a mouth-watering Christmas dinner followed by Christmas biscuits or pudding. The dress code was Christmas jumpers…. which stretched to Christmas hats and more! Each table was decorated with a centre piece, made – […]

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Education Welfare Services


Education Welfare Services (EWO) are responsible for supporting children’s attendance in school. Please use the documents below to understand the statutory code of conduct of EWOs throughout the country, and also some leaflets for parents and carers to help adhere to these codes of conduct. Statutory Guidance EWO code of conduct Absence EWO code of conduct Exclusion […]

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Christingle carol Service 2015


As part of our preparation for the Christingle carol service, our KS2 children enjoyed making Christingles, with the help of Mrs Lean, Mrs Vigo, Mrs Blount and Mrs Pascoe. These helped create a symbolic atmosphere at the carol service this afternoon, and will look just as atmospheric tomorrow evening at the 6 o’clock service. The church […]

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