Epping St John's

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Epping St John's School
Motto Aspire Persevere Succeed (APS)
Type Voluntary controlled school
Religion Church of England
Headteacher Allan Osborne
Location Bury Lane
Epping
Essex
CM16 5JB
 England
51°41′53″N 0°06′16″E / 51.69817°N 0.10452°E / 51.69817; 0.10452Coordinates: 51°41′53″N 0°06′16″E / 51.69817°N 0.10452°E / 51.69817; 0.10452
Local authority Essex
DfE URN 115236 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–19
Website www.eppingstjohns.org

Epping St John's, formerly known as St John's Church of England Voluntary Controlled School is a school in Epping, Essex.[1][2]

The school has a new motto 'Aspire; Persevere; Succeed.

The new vision of the school is encapsulated by the hashtags #J2O #APS #ESJFamily #NoWallpaperchildren

The school has gone through two highly successful HMI inspections in January 2016 and October 2016 under Mr Osborne's leadership. The school was called 'an extremely purposely learning environment' and leadership was 'inspirational and transformational'

The GCSE and A Level results of 2017 saw a huge improvement in attainment and progress.

The school is lead by Curriculum Directors of Learning who deal with pupils learning and progress. There is a team of Year Directors of Learning who deal with all pastoral matters and ensure rapid progress of pupils in their year group.

After years of planning, designing and building the finishing touches had been made to the multimillion-pound building that now stands. ESJ is a now a state of the art building.

The school is highly popular and displays good results.

The school is also part of a sixth form (established in September 2015), also known as the 'Epping Forest District Sixth Form', which is a consortium of local secondary schools that offer different ALevels and BTECs.

The Executive Headteacher is Mr Allan Osborne. The Co- Heads of School are Miss Jo Daniels and Mrs Emma Ruffles. The Assistant Headteachers are Michael Yerosimou; Andrea Crombie; Ann Robinson-Smith and Dustin Schuyler. Flora Christofi and Dee Sexton complete the extended leadership.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Epping St John's Church of England VC School". UK Department for Education. 14 November 2014. Retrieved 28 November 2014. 
  2. ^ "Our New School". Epping St. John's. Retrieved November 28, 2014. 

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