Worship and Song

One Life Music have kindly recorded a liturgy for schools and home. This week you will be able to access it through the link below. It is such a wonderful way to bring us together as a community of prayer.

Contact information reminder

Collegiate Hub – 01782 235393 School email address – office@stjohnskidsgrove.org.uk Class teachers email addresses can be found on this website under Classes – then the relevant Year

Foodbank

We have been given the following information: There is a centre in Biddulph and Kidsgrove, but many more also, full list & system/process included in link below. Home

Need to contact your class teacher?

Do you need help/advice/support from your child’s class teacher? Class email addresses are now set up so you can contact your class teacher. You can find the address under the Classes section of the school website, go into your child’s class tab, all the information is there for you.

Support for those self isolating in Goldenhill, Sandyford and Kidsgrove

Service to support anyone who are self isolating or social distancing for residents of Goldenhill, Sandyford and Kidsgrove. Thanks for the amazing response for volunteers. The service to support anyone who are self isolating or social distancing starts from Monday for residents of Goldenhill, Sandyford and Kidsgrove @MartinTideswell @Sotlive @AbiBrown1 #notalone @BBCRadioStoke @Signal1Official pic.twitter.com/jxWNcbOdRE — […]

St John’s now Closed

St John’s is now closed if you need to contact the school please email office@stjohnskidsgrove.org.uk or call the hub school on 01782 235393. Please stay safe.

Key Workers

Information relating to key workers was released overnight. A detailed letter will be sent out to all parents later today. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Coronavirus Information

  Posted by school: 28th February, 2020 What are the signs and symptoms of this new virus? The symptoms of this new coronavirus (now known as COVID-19) include fever and respiratory symptoms including coughing, sneezing, and shortness of breath. The current evidence is that most cases appear to be mild. If you have returned from […]