St John’s Catholic Primary School

Please click here to see The School Easter celebration videos for 2021.

Here is a video showing the children in school in Spring Term 2021. 

Here are photographs to celebrate HOME LEARNING

HOME LEARNING: Our Home Learning Page can support you if your child is not in school.



Now, more than ever, whilst you are taking part in home learning, it is important to be aware and be safe online.

Please use our Online Safety Page here.

Need some advice during this difficult time?

New Prospective Parents Information about St. John’s Catholic School

Here is a video to help you to get a flavour of life at St. John’s.

Here is a letter introducing you to St. John’s Catholic School.

Here is a list of FAQ – Frequently Answered Questions.

Here is St. John’s School Prospectus and  also the Curriculum Prospectus.

If there is anything else you would like to know please do not hesitate to contact us on

A message for families from Southwark Council

We understand there are many children and families who have high needs and we will continue to have these families in mind and do what we can to offer them the support and help they need when we are able to. The council has a webpage that you may find useful with details of support including a hardship fund for emergency support.

Here is some more information about how Southwark may be able to help you.

The telephone number for the fund is 0207 525 2434

Parents. Text a School Nurse




Military Activity Day

The children in KS2 have been really fortunate to take part in Military Activity Day which focused on them keeping fit and co-operating with each other. They learned the importance of being physically active by completing military style obstacle courses. They learned about the importance of working together to achieve a common goal and worked as a team on two very challenging problem-solving activities. The children had great fun learning outdoor

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Maypole Dancing

​The children from Reception to Year 3 had a special Maypole dancing session in the school playground.  They had great fun learning how to Maypole dance; listening to the music, following the instructions, counting and skipping around, in and out so that the ribbons would plait on the pole. The children had a great time and were so excited to be doing things together finally, I hope this has

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May for Mary

To celebrate May as the month in which we remember Mary as the mother of Jesus, we gathered as a school community to give thanks and praise for her saying ‘yes’ to God. Mary is our mother too and so we brought flowers to lay at her feet.  We prayed a decade of the rosary in thanksgiving for her and the love she has for each one

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