At St John and St James, we believe that it is our uniqueness which makes us special. On this page, you will find videos, pictures and work from the pupils and staff that showcase our diverse cultures, languages and beliefs.We hope that you enjoy learning something new and remember that what makes us a great community is how we celebrate who we are together!
Up and coming Events:
Exciting news! St John and St James will be hosting our very own talent show, St. JJ’S got talent.
The competition will take place on Thursday 16th July 2020, on Zoom, at 1:30 pm.
For Children at Home:
Please send in your performance video to firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for this video is Monday 13th July 2020 at 12 pm.
Children at School will need to audition in class by Monday.
Black Lives Matter KS2
Black Lives Matter KS1
We are currently creating a school book of poems. The theme is ‘Change Begins with Me’. So far we have work from the Year 6 pupils who have been in school. However, families at home can get involved. Please send your poems to email@example.com
Please click the link below to see our book so far.
Who Inspires You?
Have a look at our first contenders who could possibly win the ‘Which Black person inspires me?” competition. I look forward to seeing your videos, posters or art work. Remember that the deadline is on Monday July 13th. Please send your work to firstname.lastname@example.org. Good Luck!
If you need any inspiration please click this link for some suggestions. Inspirational Black People
1Ms project – Black People We Admire: In the style of Julian Opie
Following the death of George Floyd and the rise of the Black Lives Matter Movement, pupils from Years 4, 5 and 6 were invited to share their thoughts and discuss ways in which they can fight against racism as a school community. We hope that this discussion empowers you to use your voice in speaking out against racial injustice, because change begins with us.
Thank you to the following participants:
We have created activities for our pupils to complete at home.
Please send us images of your work to email@example.com
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https://equaliteach.co.uk/for-schools/classroom-resources/ – Faith In Us and Universal Values
www.ourmigrationstory.org – The Runnymede Trust
BAMEEdNetwork – https://www.bameednetwork.com/
On Friday 26th June we celebrated Olive Morris birthday. Olive Morris was a prominent figure in the anti-racism and radical feminist movements in the 1970s in London and Manchester. Read more about her life in the article below.