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

Welcome

We are very proud of our new Sixth Form facility at St Mary's and St John's CE school and expect outstanding achievements from our students.  On this site, you can read all about the broad range of high-quality courses and all the unrivaled, additional opportunities available to our Sixth Form students.

With our impressive Sixth Form facilities and outstanding teaching, we are confident that we can offer you a successful route to university or employment.  Young people who join our Sixth form will benefit from all the opportunities that come from being part of a very large and successful Sixth Form.  There are many additional opportunities to develop leadership, to volunteer and to enhance your employability within what will be one of the highest performing comprehensive schools in the country.

It is a recipe of academic excellence, strong community, and provision of enriching activities that will make our Sixth Form such an outstanding place to work and learn. We are committed to supporting the success of every student whether you join us from SMSJ or another school.

 

Please click here for our Sixth Form Prospectus and Course Guide

 

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    SMSJ @justinwelby - Apr 6

    As leaders of the Church across Britain and Ireland we have come together to urge Christians to use to pray, serve and do all we can to slow the spread of https://t.co/ZXVjC7L43w https://t.co/mlct3wyrGR

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    SMSJ @royalfreenhs - Apr 6

    The sweet messages we are receiving from the public have been a bright source of inspiration for us as we face the challenge of COVID-19. Thank you so much for your kind and supportive words and please for your safety.💙 https://t.co/keO0EwAL6Y

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    SMSJ @justinwelby - Apr 5

    As many parents try to balance work, childcare and home schooling, I pray you are also able to enjoy this time together as a family - and that you remember you don’t have to be perfect.

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    SMSJ @justinwelby - Apr 4

    Tonight I am praying for those who have died. Loving God, may they know the comfort of your presence. https://t.co/srUZrK9jlD

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    SMSJ @borisjohnson - Apr 4

    This country has made a huge effort, a huge sacrifice, and done absolutely brilliantly well in delaying the spread of the virus. But in this fine weather, please don't be tempted to break the regulations. I urge everyone to stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives.

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    SMSJ @barnetcouncil - Apr 3

    We may be spending most of our time at home to combat COVID-19 🤜🦠, but it’s important we exercise too so that we can stay healthy (while socially distancing). 🏃‍♂️🏃‍♀️👣🥾 Our Mayor, Cllr Caroline Stock, gives us some tips. Also check out : https://t.co/jyb3lMwaqw https://t.co/gFrhMPZTCK

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Apr 3

    Check out these Roads to Democracy, created by Year 8 at home this week, summarising the story of the vote over 100 years. We’re so proud of what you are achieving working independently. https://t.co/6tbbe3TJEn

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Apr 3

    Distance learning doesn’t stop us reflecting on some challenging topics. Look at this great discussion about the origins of the universe, and on the concept of evil and suffering. Impressive year 9! https://t.co/DhNaLXTOO4

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    SMSJ @smsj_london - Apr 3

    A great piece of distance learning from y9 debating whether choreography or performance skills are more important using Gumboot Dancing as an example. We are delighted with the standard of work we are receiving! https://t.co/YsUarYnLzN

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    SMSJ @wrenacademy - Apr 3

    Please pray for those young people who are not taking their GCSE and A levels as intended this year. Government guidance published today is helpful but many students and families will still be worried and anxious. Pray for peace and fairness... and for their teachers! https://t.co/i0Je4kgXnr

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  • SMSJ @smsj_london - Apr 3

    The Royal Free actually asked us for artwork directly, so they would LOVE them. Thank you for all your efforts!

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