HEADTEACHER'S WELCOME AND SCHOOL VALUES
Bournes Green Junior School is a two form entry school with sixty six children in each year group.
We are set within a quiet residential area, with a relatively small catchment which means that many of our children walk, scoot or cycle to school. Our grounds are beautifully landscaped and have defined areas for the children to play and learn. We are a Healthy School and have gained a Wellbeing Award. We believe a healthy body and mind are vitally important ingredients in ensuring that the children in our care have the best possible provision.
The Junior School works closely with the Infant School as we have the same leadership team. This means that there is consistency between the two schools which supports children in their transition into KS2.
We are part of the SECAT Multi-Academy Trust which includes the Junior School and 4 other local schools.
Mrs Cooney - Executive Headteacher
Vision Statement and Core Values
At Bournes Green Junior School, we take pride in the pursuit of excellence, high personal achievement and the attainment of each child's individual potential. We seek to provide as stimulating, rich and broad a curriculum as it is possible to deliver. We aspire to support and develop all our children in an inclusive, friendly, inspirational and enjoyable learning environment. Through adhering to values of mutual trust and respect, we seek to enable all out pupils to make a valuable, caring and enduring contribution to society.
Bournes Green Junior School is a happy place where we foster a love of learning and ensure that school life is fun.
We provide a nurturing, inclusive environment where all children are safe and secure. Staff enable children to reach their potential through personalised learning, challenge and high expectations, and by providing memorable, meaningful, learning experiences.
We value creativity and allow individuals to flourish and grow. We encourage independence, respect for others, high self-esteem and personal responsibility, whilst promoting a sense of community and collaboration within the school and the wider world.