At St John Bosco College we believe that working positively in partnership with parents and carers gives our young people the best possible chance of success. These pages provide parents with the information that they need to make sure that their children are well-supported for their learning.
This is a widening participation programme that aims to support students who are currently in year 10 to build their confidence and think about their future career options. The summer school will bring boys from across London together to complete a project-based learning challenge that includes a trip to Crystal Palace Football Club.
Information about the summer school can be found below and in the poster below. Please be aware that the deadline has been extended to Friday 21st June 2019.
For more information, contact Jane Tari, Senior Pastoral Lead, St John Bosco College, Parkham St, Battersea,SW11 3DQ tel: 0207 924 8310 e:mail email@example.com
"My son started St John Bosco this year and is already settled and happy in the school. We enjoyed attending the recent mass and getting involved in the school community."
Marilyn, Mother of year 7 student
"My son enjoys the school as he says there is a lot of options to choose special in after school clubs."
Alcinda S, Mother of year 7 student
"My daughter likes ART and PE. She likes to walk around in the playground with friends. She thinks the teachers are always helpful "
Liliana, mother of Year 7 student
"My son enjoys maths, PE and RE. He is involved in the school council where he helps finding solutions as the school is growing. He has participated in meetings to seek improvement in the school's behaviour policy such as RUAH."
Luisa, mother of year 10 student
"The teaching based on religious ethos at Saint John Bosco College has been of great importance in shaping my children into the young adults they are today, which shows the school's dedication in providing an education with emphasis on Catholic morals."
Ana Rosa, mother of Year 11 students
"My son enjoys Maths, PE and playing football during lunchtime.
He says his teachers help him learn.
He thinks and agree with the behaviour policy RUAH because it helps the students to behave better."
Anabela, mother of Year 9 student