Key Information

Headteacher Mrs Sally Quirk
Chair of Governors Fr. Robin Jones
Address Bayham Road, Sevenoaks Kent, TN13 3XD
Telephone 01732 453944
Email office@stjohnssevenoaks.co.uk
School type ‘Controlled’ Church of England school
Age range 5-11
Gender Mixed
Total pupils 211
Local authority Kent

Where are we?

St John’s Church of England Primary School is situated at the top of the hill in Bayham Road, with its main entrance in Kennedy Gardens.

View where St John’s Primary School is on a google map

School Times

08:45 Doors Open
08:50 Registration
10:30  Assembly
10.45 – 11.00     Morning Break
12:30 – 13:30   Lunch
15:15           End of School Day
15:15 – 18:15    School Interest Clubs
15:15 – 18.00    After School Club
All children are escorted into the playground for collection

Intake

As well as Sevenoaks, many children come to us from surrounding villages. Please see our Admissions Page.

Closure

If school is closed due to extreme weather conditions (such as heavy snow) a message will be posted on the homepage of the school website. Announcements are also made on BBC Radio Kent (96.7fm or DAB) . The information should be available on the Radio Kent website.

See severe weather closure for more details 

School attendance

After 9:00 children must report to the office. This will constitute as a late mark.

If your child is unable to attend school due to illness please phone on the first morning of absence and support with a letter or email.
Any dental/medical appointments should, if possible, be made after school hours or during the holidays.

Any wish to take authorised absence during term time will need a letter to the Headteacher explaining why. It will be the Headteacher’s decision as to whether this will be granted.  Request for absence due to family holiday is not deemed an authorised absence.  Absence between 5-10 days must be decided by the Governing Body. Therefore, to avoid disappointment, we ask that you do not book your holiday until the absence has been approved.

Child’s health

We have fully-qualified first aiders in school. If your child becomes unwell at school and needs collection we will call you. If your child has been unwell and needs to take medicine prescribed by your Doctor, we can administer it. The medicine must be delivered in person to the office, labelled with your child’s name, and you will need to complete a medical form.

Communication with school

At St John’s Primary School we value our close partnership with parents. The three way link between home, school and the child is crucial to the child achieving their maximum potential. By working together we can ensure a happy, successful primary school career. We value the support of parents and offer a range of activities and social activities to strengthen our partnership.

We use lots of different ways to communicate with parents, such as the newsletter. This is where you will find out lots of information about things which are happening at school, such as work the children have been doing, their achievements, special events, celebrations, dates for your diary and general information about the day to day life of the school. We also share leaflets and information on local issues and events.
Our school website is a good place to find out more; information about day to day issues, future learning and forthcoming events can all be accessed here.

We value our meetings with parents. You will have three appointments to meet with your teacher formally on parent’s evenings. if you wish to speak to your child’s teacher during normal school times we ask that you do it at the end of the day after school pick-up, or arrange a meeting via the office if your teacher is not available.

Click here to see our staff

Click here to see our Governing body

 

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