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St. John’s learners have worked together really hard to produce these gorgeous Christmas cards which are available to buy online. Please support their hard work! The cards feature designs by six of our talented young artists & you have the option to buy single cards 
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St. John’s College learners are exhibiting their work as part of this year’s Artists Open Houses where artists’ houses are opened up across Brighton & Hove.
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As we started the second half of the autumn term following the short holiday break, our College Principal took a moment to reflect on what was achieved during the initial weeks of the 2022/23 academic year. Our autumn term began by College staff undertaking training 
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St John's College is fundraising to upgrade our sensory space for our autistic learners. Our goal is to develop the current space to meet the diverse needs of St John's learners. The new sensory room needs to include a video projection kit, a light creator, floor pads, bean bags, an acoustic tactile wall panel and vibroacoustic seating.
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St. John’s College has a long-standing relationship with Flute Theatre, who provide outstanding interactive Shakespeare plays for our autistic learners. The company are again working with St. John’s with their adaptation of Pericles in November. Flute creates ground-breaking productions of Shakespeare for autistic individuals and 
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St. John’s College is hosting an open evening for parents/carers of young people with an EHCP and an autism diagnosis, who may be considering post-19 options for 2023 and onwards. St. John’s is a highly skilled, knowledgeable and compassionate provider and may be the right 
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September 2022 The learners, trustees, governors, staff and everyone at St. John’s School and College wish to add our condolences to the Royal Family on the death of Her Majesty The Queen. Along with the rest of the country, we want to recognise the incredible 
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Welcome everyone to the 2022/2023 academic year. The pre-planning for this year that was undertaken in July is now being implemented. Prior to the actual start of term, education staff undertook a range of inset training sessions including ‘A day in the life of 
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For the start of this academic year, we have focused on further developing our autism-friendly learning environments across the School, College and our residential settings. Alexandra Harris, Autism Lead This work covers two main aspects, both of which serve to increase 
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The learners, trustees, governors, staff and everyone at St. John’s School and College wish to add our condolences to the Royal Family on the death of Her Majesty The Queen.
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