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Mar 2020

F4 produce voltage from 2 electrodes made from different metals e.g. copper & zinc & a solution that will conduct electricity, an electrolyte such as tomatoes, kiwis & lemons - in their study of famous scientists Volta & Galvani #science #batteries #electricity https://t.co/VuJ15FM0Rp

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Mar 2020

F2 compose their own music, inspired by 'The Carnival of the Animals' (Le carnaval des animaux) - a humorous musical suite of 14 movements by the French Romantic composer Camille Saint-Saëns. #music #composition https://t.co/Ul2buaygOJ

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Mar 2020

F2 compose their own music, inspired by 'The Carnival of the Animals' (Le carnaval des animaux) - a humorous musical suite of 14 movements by the French Romantic composer Camille Saint-Saëns. #music #composition https://t.co/Ul2buaygOJ

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Mar 2020

Our talented Sixth Form on stage putting the finishing touches into the Passion Play with Mr Clarke. https://t.co/ZLHZLxiTro

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Mar 2020

Our talented Sixth Form on stage putting the finishing touches into the Passion Play with Mr Clarke. https://t.co/ZLHZLxiTro

Humanitas Charity Talks for Forms 4 & 6

Mar 2020
International Development Manager at Humanitas Charity, Ms Genevieve Jones-Hernandez, delivered a talk for children in Forms 4 and 6 about the work the charity is doing in Ghana and, in particular, at Ayensuako School in southern Ghana for which St John's has been raising money. This is as part of a larger humanitarian project by the charity to help provide much needed resources for the school and to help it continue to succeed. Humanitas Charity believes that, “Everyone is entitled to healthcare, an education and a family. We strive to provide these 3 keys rights in countries and areas where it is most needed.”
Form 3 visit St Giles Church in Cambridge

Form 3's RS Visit St Giles' Church in Cambridge

Mar 2020
Form 3 visited St Giles’ Church in Cambridge as part of their Religious Studies focus on Christianity this term. The main aim of the visit was to witness the different aspects that make up an Anglican church, such as the font, nave, pew, lectern, chancel and pulpit amongst others and learn why they are important to Christian worship. In school, Form 3 have discussed the different forms worship can take and identified that it is an external expression of Christians' faith, demonstrates their respect and brings a sense of togetherness as a community, making them feel closer to God and helping to foster a sense of peace and an atmosphere for prayer.

@ SJCS_Cambridge

Mar 2020

A wonderful BH Easter Fair-organised & run by our Charities Committee. This year, the children will be raising funds for our Byron House Charity, @bridgestobelar1 Belarus & also humanitascharity.org. Guess the name of the chick, 2nd hand book sale, lucky dip, cakes & more. https://t.co/BWEgqeJctA

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