Congratulations to our new prefects!

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Congratulations to our new prefects who were awarded badges by Mrs McCarthy in Act of Worship on Tuesday morning. The successful candidates were selected after a having written a letter of application, intense interview process and prefect training. They started their roles on Monday and we wish them every success. Thank you for making this act of service for Saint John Houghton.

Well done to Addyson Brough, Lauren Amos, Emi Ephraim, Molly Bradley, Cian Conroy, Chloe Buda, Finn Boderick, Lilly Cawley, Isabella Lee, Anna Stevenson, Aleisha Hodgson, Olivia Borste, Stephanie Siara, Molly Griffiths, Joseph Heath, Natalie Monk, Isabelle Marchewka, Jack Kissane, Sophie Ingall, Lauren Coyle, Lewis Siara, Nina Schofield, Grace Lee, Amy Emmerson, Isabella Corten-Southern, Laura Sellers, Jacob Siara, Alexia Fitzpatrick, George Rowell, Molly Keyworth, Iona Reid, Matthew Shepherd, Liberty Shelton, Caitlin Higgins, Niall Cunningham, Elizabeth Varley, Daniel Stenson, Tom Flynn, Tara Hall, Ciara Murphy, Sam Morley, Feargal Barber, Madeleine Fletton, Lewis King, Caitlin Mae Allinson and Leah Edge.

WANTED ** Parent Governor ** WANTED ** Parent Governor

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We have a vacancy for a Parent Governor to start as soon as possible.  Look out for copies of the pack which has been emailed to all parents today.  Copies are also available from the website under About Us then Governance.  If you would like to learn more about this interesting and varied role please contact the Clerk to Governors, Cecilia Emery on 0115 9322896.  We look forward to hearing from you.

Thirty years of service to Saint John Houghton

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There has been much reference to a certain tv programme being thirty years old this week but that pales into insignificance when we think of Mrs Pat Limb our midday supervisor. On Thursday Pat celebrated thirty years of service to Saint John Houghton which is a wonderful achievement. Students presented Pat with some flower and cards to mark the occasion. Congratulations to Pat and here’s to the next thirty years.