Stand United

June 09, 2020
As we are sure you will have all seen in the news and media, George Floyd, an unarmed black man, was killed while in police custody on 25 May in Minneapolis, America. This devastating event has caused…

Mental Health Guide

April 01, 2020
Public Health England have published an easy read mental health guide, please click here.

Student and Parent/Carer Pack

March 30, 2020
Some useful Information for students, parents and carers with regards to managing through this time of self isolation.Please click here.

College Partial Closure

March 18, 2020
For the details about the college partial closure please see the letter on the Current Parents page (under letters and forms):…


March 10, 2020
The Department for EDUCATION CORONAvirus helpline The DfE launched a new helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education. Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline as f…

National Poetry Day

November 21, 2019
As part of our annual National Poetry Day celebration of poems and sounds, we had invited Shruti Chauhan, a British Indian poet and performer based in Leicester and who has won slams internationally i…

Eid Gift Bags

November 21, 2019
Today lots of students joined together to make gift bags for Ramadan and the upcoming Eid celebrations in June. Students spent their lunch time creating these wonderful gift bags.  Happy Eid and Eid M…

Buckingham Palace Visit

November 21, 2019
Two Sir Jonathan North employees received invitations to the annually held Queen’s Garden Party at Buckingham Palace. Mrs. Vyas attended on 15 May in recognition of her charity, fund raising and commu…

Mental Health Awareness Week 13-19 May

November 21, 2019
Students have been reminded through assemblies about the support available for them in school and to encourage our young people to talk about their concerns. We have support available through Progress…

Year 9 Cricket

November 21, 2019
On Wednesday 1st May, we took our Year 7&8 and Year 9 Cricket teams to play against Rushey Mead. Unfortunately both teams lost their matches (Year 7&8 SJN 51-119 RM and Year 9 SJN 50-123) but…