The school meets requirements on the publication of specified information on its website. The school is a little smaller than the average-sized primary school. The proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is very high. The proportion of pupils who speak English as an additional language is very high. The proportion of pupils who have special educational needs and/or disabilities is above average. There have been changes to the senior leadership team since the last inspection. The school meets the current government floor standards.
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St John the Devine school is a wonderful place. I've been invited on several occasions to talk to the children and get them involved with sowing seeds and planting plants and learning about growing plants, looking after plants and about how plants will and in general affect their lives now and in the future. The children are all inquisitive, engaging, charming and very welcoming, and chant my name every time I visit! Everyone, teachers, children, dinner ladies and other members of staff are a credit to the school. A welcoming and a happy place to learn.
“A Great place to learn and have fun”
02 March 2017AUTHOR: Timothy H
I have two boys attending St John the Divine - one in KS1 and the other in KS2. Both boys greatly enjoy school and they have made excellent progress since joining the school. Having moved to the UK from Spain, we were concerned that the boys would struggle with learning English and loose their Spanish, but the school have not only helped both boys to acquire English but have protected their Spanish heritage and language development.
The staff are friendly and welcoming, being a one form entry church school there is a real family feeling and as a parent I am assured that my children matter and are cared for. I would recommend St John the Divine whole heartedly to all parents.
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