St John the Baptist School is a Church of England School founded in 1881, located in the Clarendon Park area of Leicester.
Although we do not have a fixed catchment area, we aim to provide a primary education within a Christian context
which seeks to serve all members of the school community.
Currently over 450 children attend, aged between 4 and 11.
As a school we are committed to enabling all children to
achieve their full potential in all areas of their
lives. We believe in the unique, individual worth of
every child and that all members of our learning
community have the right to excellent standards in all
areas of the school's life.
Teachers, parents, governors and friends work together to ensure we
remain a school that is continually evaluating its
provision, to ensure that we respond to the changing
needs of our community. We seek to be at the cutting
edge in the use of modern technology and teaching
styles, in order that our learning environment enriches
the experiences of the children in our care.
The ethos of our school is underpinned by the belief that
all members of the school community have the right to work,
play, develop and learn in a friendly, safe, positive and
supportive environment that celebrates and respects our
differences and has at its heart the belief in the
individual worth of every member of the school community.
Partnership, respect and community are at the heart of
our vision for a school that desires to have at its
centre, the love of God.
Mr Andrew Marshall
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