CBJS School Values are: Accept, Adapt and Aspire
Letter to Parents
- Sports Awards
In assembly awards were given to the winners of Sports Games day competition. You can find pictures and more information further down this page.
- Pupil Participation Awards
This term, CBJS pupils have been challenged to be as physically active as possible.
- Website updates
Recent additions to the school website include a Dunfield video, Displays around school Video, Silly sock pictures and cricket pictures that can be found in the news group section.
- Rhythmic Gymnastics Club
Rhythmic gymnastics club started at the beginning of the Spring term. It was taught by British Commonwealth Rhythmic Gymnast Mimi Isabella Caesar who organised a competition between students.
- Year 6 Conflict Topic
On Tuesday we had visitors from BARA to talk to the children about World War II. They brought items with them from war time including gas masks and uniforms.
Welcome to the CBJS website.
We hope you enjoy looking at it. Our aim is to provide information about the school, showcase children's work and to develop links and activities for learning at home and at school. The website reflects our commitment to our children’s education, their personal development and to a rich and vibrant curriculum
Latest Castle Bromwich Junior Website Calendar Events
- Reports sent home [Y6 on 10th]09Jul2015
- Y6 to Drayton Manor09Jul2015
- Children meet their new teacher10Jul2015
- Y6 Prom10Jul2015
- Opportunity for parents to meet class teachers to discuss reports13Jul2015
16:00 pm - 17:30 pm
The results are in at the end of School Games Day 2015. After competitions involving every child in the school, the results are as follows: Year 3 winners- Maxstoke, Year 4 winners- Maxstoke, Year 5 winners- Tamworth, Year 6 winners- Warwick, Overall Winners 2015- Maxstoke. Congratulations to every child in the school for earning points this year. We look forward to even more competition starting in September!
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8 children and 4 adults from CBJS tackled the highest mountain in Wales on Thursday the 4th June. The climb ( all 1085m of it!) took 4h15 of tough but beautiful walking before we flew the Castle Bromwich Junior School flag at the top. It then took us a further 2h 30 to make our descent. The teamwork, resilience and perseverance shown by all the children was just fantastic as were the views from the top.
Community Flag for Birmingham
Thomas in 5B has designed a Flag for Birmingham as part of the council competition. His design has made it through to the shortlist and can be seen below
If you would like to support Thomas please go to the Birmingham City council website and give his flag a top score!!