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St John's School

St. John's School is very much part of All Saints. It provides an excellent education for 365 children between the ages of 4-11. Key Stage 1 children now occupy the newly-converted Redland Police Station building, technically in Cotham Parish, and Key Stage 2 a purpose-designed site and buildings on Worrall Road, at the northern end of the parish. Being a Church of England Voluntary Controlled School1, it has close links with All Saints church, whose parish now includes much of the old St John's parish. The whole school visits the church for Christmas and end-of-year services, and All Saints' clergy and musicians visit school regularly. The congregation keep the school in their prayers.

1 The school is owned by the Church of England; the Church appoints governors, but there is no Church majority on the governing body. The teachers are employed by the Local Education Authority, which also funds repairs and capital projects. Religious education follows the local agreed syllabus and the worship is Anglican.

All Saints Parish Church, Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 2HY.
Tel: +44 117 9741355
Email for parish office:
Vicar: Fr Charles Sutton
Tel: +44 117 9078088