St John the Baptist Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School is a medium sized primary school serving the local community. Our vision sees St John’s school at the heart of the community, with God at the centre of what we do with and for each other.
More information about our school is available in our prospectus.
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The school has a 26 place Nursery and a 45 place Reception class. With an admission number of 30 for each year group. The Foundation Stage Unit consists of the Nursery and a Reception Class. They work closely together to provide a creative and stimulating experience for your child.
We have a well represented governing body which are always happy to help.
We have a great team of staff at the school, working together to support all children in an atmosphere of care and understanding.
Breakfast Club opens at 8am every day and is open to all children and parents. Everyone is offered a free breakfast as we receive funding to support this from The Greggs Foundation.
At St. John’s we have worship every day. Every Tuesday a key Stage 2 class attends our local church, St. John the Baptist, to join their 10am service. Children are chosen to read and share the gospel.
We operate a very positive system of behaviour management. We have 5 Golden Rules that we ask all children to follow in school. We encourage children to be responsible for their own choices about behaviour and accept consequences if they make the wrong choice.
We ask children to wear the following uniform:
Yellow polo shirts
Black or grey skirts or trousers
Plain socks – not football socks
Flat black shoes or black trainers
We provide excellent healthy school meals that are cooked on site each day. We offer the children 3 choices of meal each day – 2 hot and 1 cold. Children will choose their meal each morning. Menus can be made available on request.
Dinner money collection is undertaken by the school office. Money should be paid on a Monday morning for the week ahead in the special envelopes provided. Cheques must be made payable to Stockton Borough Council with your name and address printed on the back of the cheque. If a child wants to change from School Lunch they must inform the school office a week in advance.
The cost of a meal is £2.05 a day and £10.25 for the week.
St John’s Community Café
We look forward to seeing parents, carers and members of the community
at the St John’s Community Café.
Our aim is to create a warm and welcoming environment where parents, guardians and members of the local community can meet to enjoy a warm drink and something to eat.
Our opening times are:-
Friday – 08:45-11:00
News & Events
At St John’s we take pride in being part of our local community. We are regularly involved in events in and out of school.
Pictures of our children taking part in events and activities in and out of school.