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@ SJCS_Cambridge

Apr 2017

F3's 'Adopt a SJCS tree' idea in full swing - measuring & recording any changes to their adopted trees around SH since September. https://t.co/SVUtUNxutt

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Apr 2017

F3 using the new £1 for dodecagon investigation - how many ways a dodecagon can be made using pattern blocks, using knowledge of polygons. https://t.co/4Ufl3vORfe

Form 6 Drama Production: The Passion Play

Apr 2017
The performance of the Passion of Christ that closed the Lent term was accomplished by a mature and talented Sixth Form year group. The play recalls the final days of Jesus’ life – from his entry into Jerusalem, to his crucifixion five days later – and all of the complex plotting, political side-stepping and betrayal that facilitated Jesus’ downfall. The Passion Play is a moving story that required a deep intensity and thoughtfulness, which the Sixth Form delivered.

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Apr 2017

Brilliant wand sale during the Easter holidays, raising money for 'Grow a Pound' @Tweet4Humanity Great idea boys & even the postman was keen https://t.co/5ZbI0RNSgC

Choir of St John's scoops unprecedented BBC Music Magazine Award

Apr 2017
The Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge, has won a BBC Music Magazine Award for its recording of Deo, a collection of sacred works by the late composer and College Honorary Fellow, Jonathan Harvey.  It is the first time that a collegiate or cathedral choir has won the award for choral music at the prestigious ceremony. BBC Music Magazine is the world’s best-selling classical music monthly, and the awards are the only celebration of classical releases in which the winners in each of the main categories are chosen by the general public.

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