CBJS School Values are: Accept, Adapt and Aspire
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
On Wednesday 25th May. Year 6 had their Careers Day. This was an opportunity for the children to find out all about the skills needed for future careers. Read more
On Wednesday 11th May, the tennis season started with a 1st place finish at the School Games Level 2 competition at Smiths Wood Sports College. Read more
Year 5 Pupils make Fivers Flourish
On Tuesday 19th April, while half of the year group were at Dunfield house, the other half stayed at school and embraced being entrepreneurs. Read more
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Year 6 are currently performing their production Hair-do! Each performance has shown the fantastic singing, dancing and acting of the entire year group. With a live band and sound and lighting team to enhance the performance further, the outcome is something truly spectacular. We are very proud of all of the children and wish them the best of luck for their final performance tonight.
Year 6 Choir
A group of 15 children from year 6 went to Henshaw Court (opposite school) to sing some of their songs from this year's production Hair-Do! The residents of the apartments have also been invited to join us at our community performance.
CBJS represented the North of Solihull in the Birmingham Finals today and were delighted to come runners up in the plate competition. Well done to all involved. More Pictures
School Games Mark Silver Success
For the second year running, CBJS have successfully gained the School Games Mark Silver Award, recognising our commitment to school sport for all children through the curriculum, extra-curricular clubs and competition within and outside of school. Next year we will be going for gold!
Thank you to all who attended the May Fayre. Nevaeh was the winner of the first prize raffle which consisted of a family pass to Hatton country world!
Autism West Midlands
Mrs Lorraine Hallows (LSA) and Mrs Sue Baker (Nurture Assistant) have been holding these cake sales on a yearly basis. Children/parents are asked to donate cakes and during the afternoon the children purchase them. At the end of the day any cakes left over are sold to parents on the playground.
On this occasion, with the help of a few students, (Charlie Pritchett, Rayen Bouden, Hayden Jones and Kelsey Mann) they raised an amazing £313.28.
Wear purple day
On Friday 29th April 2016 we invited all pupils to wear something purple to school for a £1 donation to the epilepsy society. This followed the loss of LSA Mrs Khan’s son to SUDEP (sudden unexplained death due to epilepsy).
Mrs Khan was keen to raise awareness about the illness and the charity as it was only in his late teens that her son was diagnosed.
Thanks to the participation of pupils and staff we raised £201 for the charity. www.epilepsysociety.org.uk
Talent Show 2016
On Friday 4th March CBJS held its fourth successful talent show ‘CBJS has Talent’ and what a superb night it was. The acts who had been selected by their peers to reach the final were all incredible. Acts ranged from comedy, to dancing and singing. The audience were truly entertained. Special guest Harry Sharpe, last year’s winner, got the evening off to a great start and Saad Majid entertained the audience at half time with his amazing speed at tying shoe laces. Congratulations to all pupils who made the final but especially to our winners on the night;
3rd Place - Elyse Daley-Gooden [singing] Jacob Mallinson-Jones[ singing and playing the piano]
2nd Place - Mea Mezzone, Megan White and Harriett Rogers [dancing]
1st Place – Cason Crisp [dancing]