CBJS School Values are: Accept, Adapt and Aspire
British Council International School Award success for Castle Bromwich Junior School
Castle Bromwich Junior School in Castle Bromwich has been awarded the British Council’s prestigious International School Award in recognition of its work to bring the world into the classroom. Read More
The governors awards assembly is an annual event where the school comes together to celebrate the achievements of children across the school who have been selected for a governor’s award. Read More
We were very proud of our group of Year 6 children on Tuesday, who graduated at Birmingham University to celebrate the wide range of extra-curricular activities they have completed throughout the year both inside and outside of school as part of the 'Children's University'. Read More
Junior Maths Challenge Success 2016
Children at CBJS recently sat the Junior Maths Challenge. Read More
School Games Level 2 Basketball
Two teams of players made up of Y4, Y5 and Y6 pupils competed in the first ever North Solihull School Games Basketball competition at Smiths Wood Sports College on Thursday evening. Read more
Quad Kids- Silver Medalist
On Wednesday 8th June 2016, a group of children (14 in total) went to a competition where you had to compete in four events. It was called Quad Kids and what an amazing time they had. Read more
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Class of 2016
Latest Castle Bromwich Junior Website Calendar Events
- Half Term24Oct2016
- INSET DAY31Oct2016
- 2 x Y5 classes Bikeability [5C 5S]07Nov2016
- 2 x Y5 classes Bikeability [5B 5D]14Nov2016
- Y3 Inspire workshops16Nov2016
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