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Fairtrade Tuckshop


  Thank you to our Head boy and girl, school councillors and eco warriors for running the tuck shop during Harvest week, organised by Mrs Richards.   We were completely sold out by Thursday….. and raised an amazing £204.47. We were very proud to present this to Brian Terry, from the Camborne Town Fairtrade team […]

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Harvest at St John’s


This morning, Y2 led a heart warming Harvest  mass, in celebration of the food we are lucky to have. The singing was rousing, enjoyed by a church full of parents and parishioners – standing room only! Thanks to our parents for their generosity again this year. Ray from the Food Bank collected the food items, […]

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Tesco comes to St John’s!


Donna from Tesco came to our school on Thursday 17th March for a delicious workshop all about EASTER! We started off discussing the history of Easter…. it started a very long time ago! It was interesting to learn about the history of chocolate Easter eggs. Then we learned how a tradition of decorating eggs started. […]

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Netball Competition


Our netball team once again represented the school superbly with a great performance in a recent netball competition. They competed against 8 local school and came joint second! Thank you to all who have helped support our netball team. We are looking forward to further success in the future.

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World Book Day!


Look at us all dressed up for world book day!   

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Half term visitors


Azia and Ethan are taking the toys home for a whole week! They will have such a lot of fun times together, and we can’t wait to find out all about it after the half term break.

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Shrove Tuesday!


  To celebrate Shrove Tuesday we all ate tasty pancakes. We were able to talk about the taste and texture as well as our favourite toppings!             

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Pen License


Yet another Y3 pupil has earned a pen license…. today, Ethan was proud to discover he is now a pen writer! Ethan has worked hard at home as well as at school to improve his handwriting.

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Monster day


To celebrate our monster learning we have come to school dressed as monsters!! Mrs Richards thinks we are the best monsters she has ever seen!!   

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