We hope you enjoy browsing through our website and that it gives you a flavour of our school community as well as providing you with all the key information you require. We have a 'family feel' to our school despite it being quite large. We all take an interest in each other and care for each other.
We take pride in our lovely building and the people inside it and create a happy, purposeful environment for our learning. Learning happens at all times and in all places, including outside in our lovely allotment and nature garden, at playtimes and lunchtimes and in the surrounding locality.
We set a high standard of expectation for both behaviour and achievement and the children rise to the challenge.
Please make direct contact with the school should you not find what you are looking for. Our office staff will give you a warm welcome and have a wealth of information! If you require a paper copy of any of the information on our website, please request this from the school office. We will be happy to provide this free of charge.
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Ely St John's is committed to the success and happiness of every pupil and staff member. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.
EJ and Bamboo enjoying their summer holidays!
A day in the life of a panda caretaker🐼
Launching this weekend... #OurPlaceInSpace 🪐🚀 Meet a real life 👩🚀 Enjoy live 🎵 Meet the 🎨 behind the trail @OliverJeffers and SO much more! @ourplaceearth ready to launch this Saturday in #Cambridge: https://t.co/sSDKrapIuI @Unboxed2022 @Nerve_Centre
The summer holidays are a great time to catch up on some children's classics! Head this way to discover our #100BestBooks from the past 100 years - you can even download a fun checklist to keep track of which ones you've read: https://t.co/YlRvBF7NWN https://t.co/elWutFgcPc
The children of ESJ performed their 'thank you' song for Miss Bassett in our very special Leaving Assembly on Thursday. A lovely way to share just how much she has meant to the school and all its pupils and staff.
An ‘inspiring’ headteacher, who has been in charge of her school for 10 years, said her final goodbyes to pupils and staff yesterday (July 21). https://t.co/sd7IZ4HXJU
Year 3 were inspired to have their own 'wheeled' fun after reading The Boy Who Biked The World trilogy! Next step...cycling the world! @Al_Humphreys
Year 3 keeping cool with some foot spas this afternoon! #Heatwave2022
Year 6 have been learning about how to maintain a healthy brain, including spending some relaxing and mindful time in the nature garden. #ESJHealthyWeek