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St John`s C E V C School
Tower Road, CM16 5EN, UK Epping
+44 (0)1992 573028



Message From Headteacher

Hello and welcome to the new academic year 2007 here at St John’s C of E School website.

I hope you will find it useful and informative, whether you are a student or parent of the school or whether you are just interested in current, recent and prospective developments at St John’s.

This is an exciting time for us. Disappointments of the past have been dramatically transformed to celebration for the present and excitement and optimism for the future. At the start of 2006 we celebrated the achievement of Specialist Engineering College status and since then have, under the guidance of our dynamic Director of Engineering, Magda Brewin, been able to really develop an Engineering ethos in the school. I do strongly recommend that you look at all the exciting initiatives described in the Engineering section.

In June 2006 the school was classified as a ‘Good School’ in all categories by OFSTED, reinforcing all the hard work which has gone into dramatically improving examination performance and teaching and learning at the school (for a fuller version go to the OFSTED section).

At the end of 2006 came the long awaited and exciting news from the Secretary of State granting permission for the building of a brand new school, located on the current site, but in a different part of our extensive grounds. The completion date for construction and handover should be September 2010. This will signal the culmination of all the tireless efforts of staff, students, parents and Governors in securing a high-specification, state of the art school to serve the local community of Epping and offer high quality education for many years to come.

G Yerosimou


The Learning Rules are as follows:

  1. Arrive on time to lessons, with the correct equipment.
  2. Settle quickly to your work and do as much as you can to the highest standard, in the time given.
  3. Respect yourself, other people and your environment.
  4. Take responsibility for your own actions.
  5. Try not to be distracted: keep a focus on the lesson.
  6. Put up your hand if you want to contribute to the lesson.
  7. Listen to other students' contributions in class.
  8. Always write Homework in your Planner and hand it in on time.
  9. If things aren't going your way: talk to someone. Don't take it out on others.
  10. You may only drink water in class: no other drink and no food is allowed.


We expect all students to enjoy taking part in a wide variety of activities. We encourage all students to behave responsibly and to plan their lives with a clear vision of the future.

  • Students are expected to arrive at school by 8.25 am each morning.
  • They are expected to wear their full school uniform at all times.
  • Girls skirt length should be such that the hem touches their knees.
  • Boys ties and top button should be done up and their shirts tucked in.
  • Students should bring the full equipment to school with them in a robust bag every day.
  • When in lesson students are expected to follow all classroom rules.
  • When asked to follow all reasonable instructions students are expected to comply without argument.
  • Students are expected to hold any unnecessary conversations until break or lunch time.
  • Under no circumstances should a student disrupt teaching in the classroom.
  • Failure to comply with basic expectations will result in sanctions including after school detentions.
  • While at school we expect students to be respectful to all other members of the school community. Students should not shout at others. Student should not use abusive or bad language when addressing others.
  • Students should attend every day without fail.



Start of Term:
Tuesday, 4th September 2007, Years 7 and 11 ONLY.

Wednesday 5th September , All year groups return


Monday 22nd October to Friday 26th October


Thursday 20th December to Friday 4th January inclusive

STAFF TRAINING DAYS (non-pupil days)

To be confirmed..

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