St. John's Senior School

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St. John's Prep and Senior School
Motto Res ispa loquitur
(Latin: The facts speak for themselves)
Established 1988 (1988) [1]
Type Independent & Co-educational
Headteacher Andrew Tardios
Location North Lodge
The Ridgeway

England Coordinates: 51°40′56″N 0°08′43″W / 51.6822°N 0.1454°W / 51.6822; -0.1454
DfE number 308/6062
DfE URN 102065 Tables
Students 240 as of July 2012
Gender mixed
Ages 11–18

St. John's Prep and Senior School is an English co-educational day school near the M25 motorway between Enfield and Potters Bar, north of London. It takes pupils from the age of 11 years old up to 18.


The school was founded in 1988.[1]


The school is situated in a total of 28 acres (11 ha) of green belt countryside. There is an associated junior school along the road towards Potters Bar.


The school follows a rounded curriculum preparing pupils for GCSE and 'A' levels.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

St. John's hosts the largest official football tournament in the area, involving up to 32 schools.

Awards and recognition[edit]

The 2012 Ofsted report ranked it as an Outstanding school.


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