|One pupil from St John's are part of a String Orchestra run by Enfield Music Service|
|Organ Recital||For the last two years the pupils in Yr.5/6 have participated in an organ recital in St. Luke’s Church, followed by a workshop on how the organ works.|
Science Project for Yr.5/6 We are working with other schools in the ETSP group on a science project which involves the pupils using the science laboratory in Chase Community School to carry out a series of different experiments. In July they will come together as a group and present their findings.
|School Trip||Every year pupils in Emerald Class (Yr.5/6) visit either St. Paul’s Cathedral or Westminister Abbey. This year they will be visiting St Pauls and this trip is always led by the vicar, previously Father Edward, now Father Peter.|
|Annual Trip||Alternate years our Yr.5/6 pupils have a residential at an activity centre in Shropshire in the Summer Term and all of KS2 go on a day trip to France with Madame Sylvie our French Teacher and the KS2 staff. The next trip is to Shropshire on the1st June 2020 for Years 5/6|
|Weekly Activity||Our school choir which is open to pupils from Yr 2 - Yr6 meets every Tuesday from 3pm - 4pm led by Miss Anderson. The choir participates in all the church services and concerts. We also represented the school at two Borough music festivals which were held at Carterhatch School. This summer we will be participating in a music in the park event with 21 other schools.|
|Annual Trip||Every year both Ruby and Sapphire class have a trip to the Discover Centre in Stratford where they participate in a day of story telling and a variety of interactive literacy activities. On their return to school they follow up with various different tasks in term.|
|The School has participated in two poetry festivals and an art exhibition. This year we are participating in a debating competion, a maths quiz spelling bee competition and a music in the park event.|
Our school spelling bee champions took part in a competition with other schools in the Enfield Town Schools Partnership. The children represented our school very well and did a great job of spelling some tricky words! Unfortunately, we didn’t win on this occasion, but it was a great experience for all the children. Well done!