A huge well done and thank you to everyone who took part in the 'Joy of Moving' home festival. As you can see below, everyone had lots of fun. Some of the new ideas look great - why don't you give it a go yourself?
Can you guess who is who from the photos of the staff from when they were little? Some are a bit tricky so best of luck!
We hope you all had a lovely day on Friday celebrating VE day. I have created a video with all of your baking creations and celebration pictures. Keep watching until the end for a special video from James in class 3.
Happy VE day!
We have created a video below filled with jokes from the staff to make you smile today. We hope you enjoy listening to them all. You could always use some of these and share the laughter with your family too.
St John's Gets Skipping!
We were due to take part in the ‘National Skipping Day’ on Friday 24th April. Earlier in the year we all took part in a skipping workshop and since then skipping has been a very big part of break and lunchtimes. Due to the current situation, the company behind the day has decided to put the day on hold and rearrange when we can all take part in school together. However, we thought it would be a shame to miss out on the chance to celebrate our love of skipping!
Instead we are challenging you to complete one (or more if you fancy!) of the challenges below. Please take photographs or short videos of you and your family taking part as we would love to see them! More importantly, have fun!
To skip continuously for one minute.
To create a short skipping routine that includes turns, a variety of jumps or a partner.
Learn a new skipping skill – it might be skipping with someone else, a different jump or even how to skip backwards!
Skip for at least one minute every single day for a week!
Check out how the St John's staff got on with the challenges in the video below!
It's been a strange two weeks but we wanted to let you know that although we have been apart, 'Team SJK' are still very much together. We hope you enjoy this video we have put together to keep spirits up and let you all know we miss you lots and lots.
A big thank you to Mrs Winstone for putting it all together for us!