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Standards and Quality Report 2014/15

The ‘Standards and Quality Report’ is an annual publication outlining progress made in the last academic year.

Click here to download the St John’s RC Academy 2014/15 Standards and Quality Report

Parent Council News

At this year’s St John’s RC Academy Parent Council AGM, Mr Roddy Blain stepped down from his post as Chair after 6 years.  Parents, together with Mr Hagney, thanked him for all his work over the years, the support he has given to the school in his capacity as Chair of the Council, and for his leadership since the merger of St John’s Nursery and Primary with St Columba’s High School.  Mr Blain has agreed to continue to attend Parent Council.

At the AGM, Mrs Julie Flynn was elected the new Chair of the Parent Council.  The school welcomes Mrs Flynn’s election and looks forward to working closely with her on priorities for improvement.


Farewell to Mrs May

On 1st Sept 2015 the school paid tribute to our outgoing Headteacher Mrs Audrey May.  Mrs May, after careful thought, is taking up a new post with Education Scotland.

During the course of the day there were primary and secondary assemblies.  Primary pupils recalled their special memories and presented Mrs May with a personalised thank you gift.  In the secondary assemblies Head Boy Andrew Blain spoke on behalf of all the pupils to wish Mrs May their thanks and a fond farewell. Read more

Battlefields 2015

On Friday the 12th of June the 5th St John’s Academy Pals Battalion departed Perth for the Belgian and French WW1 Battlefields CHsePk2WcAIOZg2[1]Experience. We travelled overnight and arrived in the Port of Dover first thing on Saturday morning. After crossing into France and finally reaching Belgium, pupils were given the opportunity to explore the historic city of Brugge. Later that day we arrived at the Youth Hostel and pupils were given an insight into what the next few days would hold. Read more

Term 4 Newsletter 2014/15

Click on the link to download a copy of the St John’s RC Academy 2015 term 4 newsletter.