Welcome to our 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.
At CBJS we offer a caring, stimulating and balanced education for all of our children, striving to ensure that all children achieve their full potential.
Our aim is to provide a welcoming, safe and supportive place in which your child can learn and thrive. We are proud of the good behaviour in our school and the mutual respect which is integral to our school community.
We are proud of our rich, creative and balanced curriculum enhanced by many varied experiences including educational visits and a wide range of extra-curricular activities.
Ofsted judged CBJS to be 'good' in all areas in September 2016. To read our most recent Ofsted Report please click here. We are continually reflecting on our practice, striving to be the very best we can be.
CBJS is a warm and friendly school and it is the people, all within our wider school community, who make this a special place. We look forward to welcoming you.
Latest Castle Bromwich Junior Website Calendar, Whole School Calendar Events
- Half Term20Feb2017
- WC Year 4 Inspire workshops27Feb2017
- 4B and 4D Year 4 Inspire workshops28Feb2017
- 8 children from across years 4 and 6 took part in the North Solihull Netball SkillsTournament.
- Castle Bromwich Junior School took their lessons outside of the classroom when they visited St Mary & St Margaret’s parish church this week. The children were members of the school council exploring links with the local community.
- Congratulations to the 169 pupils who have achieved their Bronze Undergraduate Awards from Children's University for 30 hours of out of school learning.
- This is an opportunity to hear and talk about what’s happening in school and support the school in moving forward, share ideas about what other developments you would like to see and get to know the place your child spends most the day!
- Today in year 6, a group of 74 children spent the morning creating board games, whilst another group of children went Rock Climbing.