Our digital assembly is available to view. Our P7s celebrate their achievements throughout their primary school years, and the school recognises their contribution to making our school a great place to be.
We wish them all every success as they move to secondary within St John’s Academy.
I couldn’t leave without a final blog!
Thank you for the support you have given to me and to St John’s Academy over the past year, and on a personal level, over the past 11 years. The journey over this time has been incredible, and the many improvements and achievements we have made together are nothing short of remarkable.
Perth and Kinross Council is currently seeking a new Headteacher and Campus Leader for St John’s RC Academy and North Inch Community Campus. Further information on how to apply is available here.
Gather together, sit back and enjoy our celebration of the many successes of our S1-6 young people!
This year our Keynote Speaker is St Johnstone manager, Callum Davidson, giving his very own teamtalk to our pupils. We are grateful to him for taking the time to speak with us after a long, challenging and historic season.
Despite a difficult year for fundraising, we are delighted to announce that the school raised over £3400 for SCIAF’s WEE BOX appeal. This fundraising qualifies for a special scheme run by the UK Government who will double our donation to £6905. This money will be used by SCIAF to support projects around the world and among some of the most disadvantaged communities on our planet. Thank you to our whole community for your generosity.
We have dedicated our new outdoor classroom in honour of Allmeria Oliver. Allmeria, a P5 pupil at the school, died suddenly on December 11, 2020 after an unexpected medical emergency.
The outdoor classroom was requested by pupils through a pupil participatory funding initiative, with this idea garnering the most votes across the primary school. However, this fund wasn’t sufficient to meet the full cost. Support from the Perth Common Good Fund, the Basil Death Trust, Axiom and the Pupil Equity Fund have made this splendid new addition to the primary school a reality.