Latest NewsPosted on: 21/05/2021
High Sheriff of Surrey visits St Johns
We were thrilled to welcome Julie Llewellyn, the High Sheriff of Surrey, at St John's on Wednesday 19th May and to hear about the wonderful role she performs here in Surrey on behalf of the Queen. The children were captivated by her role and asked thoughtful questions whilst sharing their love of learning at St John's. She was a big hit down in Reception, where they realised there was a new sheriff in town in their role play area, whereas Year 6 were very impressed with her ceremonial sword and its uses.
Julie Llewellyn, High Sheriff of Surrey added:
It was my absolute privilege to visit you today and I was so impressed by all I saw this morning. Your complete dedication shone through at every turn and the way you have managed to connect all different aspects of the local community is an enormous achievement.
The community cafe, food distribution services, teachers and all the children were quite inspirational and provide living proof that community and school inclusion are possible in even potentially difficult circumstances.
Louise, thank you for arranging the visit and. to each and every one of you thank you for all you do for your communities.