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Welcome to The John Frost School

The John Frost School is a happy, caring community school with the highest expectations for all our students. We serve a wide range of communities on the west side of Newport. We are proud of the rich diversity in our school with over 1400  students including a sixth form. 

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  • 24/03/07 15:19:037 Mar 2024

    Ramadan

    Ramadan 2024

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  • 24/01/26 15:41:3426 Jan 2024

    We Will Rock You

    Tickets are on sale now for shows on Tuesday 6th, Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th February.  

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  • 23/12/05 11:30:435 Dec 2023

    Christmas Concert

    Come and join us for our Christmas Concert on 19 December at 7.00pm.

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  • 23/11/24 11:45:5524 Nov 2023

    Staff INSET

    Information for parents

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  • 21/12/20 09:43:2420 Dec 2021

    Please use the link below to read the latest return to school guidance for the spring term https://t.co/y4ChqfJIIH.

  • 21/12/05 16:32:225 Dec 2021

    We are proud to be the school featured in The Annual Report of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Education and Training 2020-21. Please follow this link https://t.co/HuKpyvdCyZ to watch the Chief Inspector's View.

  • 21/07/08 13:10:278 Jul 2021

    Unfortunately, we have received a PCR test result confirming a case of Covid-19 with one of our students in Year 10. This means that in line with guidance from WG and NCC, all children in Year 10 need to self-isolate. Please see a letter sent by email and posted on our website.

  • 20/07/08 10:14:058 Jul 2020

    Carers Trust South East Wales has set up a new emergency grants scheme for unpaid carers affected by the Coronavirus crisis. For further information please visit the link below: https://t.co/MiAWqelT4V

  • 24/06/20 12:41:1520 Jun 2024

    This week in form sessions, students in 7ZXF have been looking at the general election, democracy and politics in our local area. Students have created their own political parties and rosettes, stating what their top five priorities would be if they became prime minister.

  • 24/06/20 11:14:5120 Jun 2024

    A great weekend spent at Condover Hall, Shrewsbury, for this years' Football & Netball Tour. Well done to all students who attended and represented the school so well.

  • 24/06/03 13:22:273 Jun 2024

    At The John Frost School, we are aware that some of our students are young carers. A Young Carer is a child under 18 who regularly helps to look after a family member or friend who has a disability, illness, mental health condition or an addiction problem. Children may engage in: Practical tasks (cooking, housework and shopping) Physical care (lifting or helping someone use the stairs) Personal care (dressing, washing, helping with toilet needs) Managing the family budget (collecting benefits and prescriptions) Managing medication Looking after younger siblings Helping someone communicate When completing one or more of these tasks becomes a necessity, then we would classify a student as a young carer. Research suggests there are at least 800,000 young carers in the UK, but many do not realise they are a young carer. We know that young carers may need a little extra support to enjoy and do well at school. At The John Frost School, we are committed to ensuring that all students who are young carers are identified and supported effectively. We can offer additional pastoral support, small group workshops, lunch clubs and access to other opportunities inside and outside school. We link up with the local Young Carers Service and Barnardo's to offer our students more support both within school and outside of school. At The John Frost School, we have a lead professional, Mrs L Pollard, who has responsibility for ensuring all young carers are able to enjoy school and make good progress. If you think your child might be a young carer or could be affected by any of the issues we have highlighted, please let us know. You can contact the school on 01633 654100 and ask to speak to Mrs Pollard, who is available to help you. For more information on how we support our Young Carers, please read the supporting documents or follow the Barnado's link below: https://www.barnardos.org.uk/get-support/young-carers

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