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The Trust’s core aim is to ensure that we enhance the life chances of all the young people within the Trust to enable them to fulfil their potential and achieve the best possible outcomes.

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Key Information

Key Information | King John School

Please click on the link below to see the Student Information Booklet for Working at Home (Years 12 and 13).

Student Information Booklet for Working at Home

Admissions information

Please refer to the Sixth Form Admissions page.

KJS Bursary Scheme 2021/22

Sixth Form Bursary Scheme and Application Form 2021-22

Sixth Form student work experience

My experience Emily Clark from King John Sixth Form

Year 12 Parents Information Evening

Sixth Form Open Evening - Additional Information

16 to 19 Tuition Fund Statement

Sixth Form Dress Code

The King John School has a traditional view of educational dress and in years 7 to 11 maintains a traditional school uniform that is recognised and respected within the school’s wider community. The dress code within the school’s Sixth Form seeks to maintain this formality whilst allowing students some licence and flexibility.

Sixth Form students are viewed as role models to the younger students and therefore are expected to dress smartly and not as if they are going to the beach or to a party.  Students may be asked to go home to change if we feel their clothing is unsuitable regardless of time, distance or cost with time made up through the After School Programme (ASP).

Students are expected to wear their ID tags at all times when at school.  Persistent failure to do so may result in the student being placed on the After School Programme (ASP) as a consequence.

For further details please refer to the standards and expectation policy.

Standards and Expectations Booklet

The King John Sixth Form Dress Code

Wider Curriculum Booklet