Welcome - St Mary's and St John's CE School
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Welcome

Welcome to our Bennett House Campus area of the website.  Our aim at Bennett House is to ensure that every student develops the confidence, resilience, independence and maturity required to prepare them for their next stage of education.  Our students in Years 5 & 6 complete the upper Key Stage 2 SATs and transition into Years 7 and 8.

Our committed and passionate team of specialist staff strive to deliver outstanding teaching and learning for all our students across our broad curriculum offer.  Our specialisms in Business & Enterprise and the Performing Arts very much support this aim and, along with our Church of England ethos, feature prominently in lessons and other aspects of school life.

Our rigorous system of Pastoral & Academic Mentoring (PAM) coupled with our full transition programme, overseen by Heads of Year and the pastoral team, helps to smooth the often daunting move from primary to secondary.  Ongoing monitoring, mentoring and tracking ensures that students make excellent social and academic progress to prepare them for the next stage of their educational journey.

There are many opportunities for peer support and mentoring with students encouraged to be role models for others and to be respectful, good and active citizens in all that they do.  We believe that our school within a school model offers the truly personalised educational environment that genuinely nurtures, inspires and allows young people to excel both now and in their futures. 

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  • SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 23

    Happy half term!

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 22

    SMSJ are proud to We value and celebrate our diverse community! https://t.co/dN7GrldXKu

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 22

    Student Ambassadors were happy to give feedback to the catering team this morning, and sampled new offers on the menu. https://t.co/yJIIscVJgP

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  • SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 21

    Another day, another great football result. Well done year 7! 4-1 makes us proud…

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 21

    6S wrote amazing History essays this afternoon on the Industrial Revolution. Photo taken at 3:21pm after a week of assessments, too. Outstanding commitment to learning 👏 https://t.co/ILdtIHJdY7

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 21

    Busy professional development training this evening as primary and secondary staff share ideas regarding metacognition https://t.co/toDYeSLDSj

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 21

    We’re very lucky to have Tolu working with us on behalf of the Church. Here he is delivering a lesson on diversity to year 7. a multi faith, multi racial diverse community. https://t.co/PfgZ5q4DKA

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 20

    Year 6 sent a letter to the elderly, following on from our learning of ageism, based on the book ‘Harry Miller’s Run’. https://t.co/1KKZ5qvspS

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    SMSJ @barnetcouncil - Oct 20

    Are you worried about a friend or is someone you know struggling with thoughts of suicide, please ring HOPELINEUK for free, confidential support and advice. https://t.co/Abkqe9Vi3q

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    SMSJ @barnetcouncil - Oct 20

    With half term around the corner, there is always help available if you need it. If you or anyone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide please contact HOPELINEUK for free and confidential support and help. https://t.co/sSPLqhlykB

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  • SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 19

    So good to be back playing fixtures…even better when we win 7-3!

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Oct 19

    A fantastic poem composed by on of our year 6 students on National Poetry Day, which was based on climate change and inspired by Rakaya Fetuga. https://t.co/sp5STL1257

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