St John’s is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We have safer recruitment procedures in place, and a range of policies to ensure that your child is safe while at school. These can be found below. The Safeguarding and Child Protection policy is reviewed regularly by governors and updated annually.
The aims of these policies and procedures are to provide a safe environment for the children. We also aim to identify children who are suffering or likely to suffer significant harm, taking appropriate action if required to keep them safe both in school and at home. This includes preventing unsuitable people working with the children; ensuring visitors and volunteers are appropriately checked, promoting safe practice (and challenging poor and unsafe practice); maintaining a safe and secure school site, and protecting pupils from harm online. We also help pupils to reject extremist views, and we constantly review and update our practices in all areas of safeguarding.
Please see below for our key safeguarding policies, and for guidance on keeping your child safe online.
Please click here for policies of the Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership including the Child Protection Policy, Compaints Policy and the Charging and Remissions Policy
Please click on the links below for our Covid 19 Risk Assessment and details of the Catch Up Premium Funding.
Please see below for the reports of our most recent inspections.
You can give your views as parents by logging in to Ofsted’s Parent View Website:
EXAM & ASSESSMENT RESULTS
National Assessment Results
The links below will show you information about the performance of St John’s Primary School.
PLEASE NOTE THESE PERFORMANCE MEASURES ARE NOT CURRENT AS THERE WAS NO PUBLISHED PRIMARY DATA FOR 2020 OR 2021.
At the end of the academic year 2021, 95% of the year group achieved the swimming standard set in the National Curriculum.
We finish this academic year with 80% of the Year 6’s being able to swim 25M and self rescue. This is slightly less than last year due to COVID 19 and not being able to reassess the children who hadn’t secured the required level.
At the end of the academic year 2019, 95% of the year group achieved the swimming standard set in the National Curriculum.