A group of 23 boys from Bellarmine to Lower Figures took part in a swimming gala with fellow Jesuit preparatory school, Barlborough Hall School, on Friday 23rd January. The boys’ swam exceptionally well at the gala and thoroughly enjoyed being part of this swimming fixture. The final resulted in St John’s boys’ winning the gala. On Saturday morning before […]
After spending this term studying the Magna Carta, Lower Figures spent the day at Salisbury Cathedral to visit perhaps the best preserved original copy of the hugely significant document. Boys were treated to a tour of the Cathedral, and saw the world’s oldest working clock mechanism, before having a chance to see the Magna Carta […]
The Upper Figures boys enjoyed their cultural trip to Paris and Normandie. They travelled on the Eurostar from St Pancras station and arrived at Paris Gare du Nord. On arrival they took advantage of the sunshine to picnic in Les Jardins des Tuileries before visiting Le Musée du Louvre. In the days that followed many […]
Proud parents and staff gathered for the 2014 performances of the Nicholas Owen Block Christmas plays. During the day parents and staff were treated to two performances from the very talented students of our pre-prep school. Both performances were based around the traditional Christmas story, but with great jokes and singing thrown in to remind all […]
It was with a sense of eager anticipation and great excitement that we welcomed the bestselling author Michelle Paver to St John’s this term. Mrs Pena is the author of the bestselling novel ghost hunter and Wolf Brother. A favourite of so many of our boys she gave a thoroughly entertaining talk for of anecdotes […]
Saturday 10th January saw our old boys return to don their old jerseys once again as they took on their old foe Donhead in the annual OB rugby match. When they were pupils they would enjoy friendly but extremely spirited encounters and this years was no different. Both teams competed with great heart and for […]
5 boys from St John’s have been chosen to represent the Independent Schools Lambs South East team this season at Under 12 and 13 level respectively. The squads are made up with some of the best rugby talent from the South East area and the boys have done extremely well to be chosen. Alfonso Tenconi and Mattias Seuren […]
Participating in a series of experimental, stand-alone ‘traditional music notation input’ tasks and also more cumulative DAW (Digital Audio Workstation)-based projects, St. John’s Beaumont have experienced collaborative music project planning guided by facilitated online discussions with students of Westmoor School, North Chicago USA. Discovering differences in musical terminology, compositional taste and approach, as well as […]
The families of St. John’s Beaumont celebrated fireworks night in great style with a fireworks and bonfire party of their own. Music played on the rugby pitches as the staff, students, and their families gathered together at the cricket pavilion for hotdogs, snacks, and drinks. The weather was kind, but a little cold – thankfully […]
We were absolutely delighted welcome the Tearose tae kwon do academy from South Korea to St John’s in on 7 November this year. Over 70 of their pupils gave an immaculate lead disciplined and exhilarating demonstration of Ticonda full of exploding break boards and ocelots. Even some of our boys got to learn some of […]
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