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St John's Church of England Primary School

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Our school, St John’s Primary, officially started in 2017 on the initiative and hard work of the then vicar Fr David Stevenson. The first school building was our small, historic parish hall on Estcourt Road.

quote imageOur school is special because we learn about God and the Bible.’
Mattie, Year 3
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When our purpose-built school on Clarendon Road was ready in September 2019, we were able to move in. It is very dear to our hearts as having begun only six years ago we have watched it grow like anxious parents. It is now flourishing and the connection between school and church is very much part of our church life.

St John's Primary School is rooted in the Christian heritage of educating our young people and supporting families and the community. Our pupils are encouraged to express their thoughts and ideas, questioning the world around them while respecting the opinions of others. It teaches the National Curriculum in exciting and creative ways, always underpinned with an ethos of knowledge and truth, honesty and selflessness which will allow our children to flourish as lifelong learners and good citizens in our ever growing and evolving world.

If you would like more information, then why not visit the school website watfordstjohns.org or keep up to date with the school's facebook page.

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Join Our Services This Week

Friday 1st March
10.30am - Said Eucharist

Sunday 3rd March
Third Sunday of Lent
10.30am - Parish Mass with Hymns
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A New Vicar

We are pleased to announce that the Revd Corniel Quak currently Assistant Curate of St Saviour's, St Albans, has been appointed as Vicar of the benefice of St John the Apostle and Evangelist Watford.

Given the completion of the usual legal formalities, the Collation, Induction and Installation service by Bishop Jane will take place on Thursday 20th June 2024 at 7.30pm.

Please remember Corniel and his family in your prayers as he prepares for this new ministry.