Over the next half term, the PHSCE curriculum will be focusing on: Careers, Financial Capability and Economic wellbeing.
The children in Year 1 to Year 6 will have a range of different lessons covering subjects from how to save money to thinking about their future. To support with this at home, we have created Yearly Knowledge mats with information about what will be taught. This will help the conversations in class continue at home. Please fine the specific year groups below:
Thank you to all those who attended the RSE (Relationship and Sex Education) Working Party Meeting yesterday. It was a great opportunity to share ideas and include parents in our ongoing conversation. A very positive experience from all involved.
If, however, you were unable to attend the meeting, please find attached the PowerPoint, with details of our approach towards RSE at St. John’s. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate in speaking to us.
Have a closer look at the Tea-towel available from the school. Huge thanks to our Parent’s Association for organising this lovely item (it will make a fabulous Christmas present for other family members!)
Click here to see the tea-towel.
A report of the recent Tag Rugby Festival for Year 5 and 6. Written by Josh Lodge in Year 6.
On Thursday 11th October, local schools from Hitchin, Letchworth and Baldock took part in a Tag Rugby Festival held at Letchworth Rugby Club. St. John’s entered three teams made up of students from Years 5 and 6.
There were smiling faces everywhere as the teams got stuck in with tries being scored left, right and centre. It was a non-competitive tournament but everyone had someone to beat. The weather was beautiful with the sun out and skies clear. Everyone really enjoyed themselves. Teachers, parents and children were all smiling from start to finish. A big thank you to Mr Baker, Miss Bailes and Mr Wilson for managing the three teams.
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