CBJS School Values are: Accept, Adapt and Aspire
Kenilworth House Captain Charlee has written a report explaining why competition is so important at CBJS. It’s a great piece work and we think you will like it. You can read it here.
Year 4 E-safety Quiz's
Year 4 have been learning a lot about E-safety this term and from what they have learnt they have created these online e-safety quiz's. Please fill them in so the children can use the data to create e-safety reports.
Inclusion Quality Mark
We have recently applied for and successfully achieved Inclusion Quality Mark. An assessor came into school to look at how we support all of children and was impressed by the inclusive nature of CBJS. Please click here to look at the report.
Year 5 Newspapers
Mr Bird's English class have been studying Captain Underpants and have applied their skills in a newspaper report about some of the events in the book. This report is from Gracie in 5S and Georgia in 5B. We are really impressed with their newspaper style and their use of relative clauses (using who, which, where and that to add information to a sentence) as this is something they have been working hard on in class. Take a look here.
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
- Assessment Week30Nov2015
- Y6 Fair Trade Gambian tea party03Dec2015
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
- Christmas fete11Dec2015
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm @ Hall
£10 for stall holders, please get them to contact school office if interested.
- Y6 Christmas concert14Dec2015
- Y5 Christmas concert15Dec2015
Our school is a full member of the Unity Trust of schools based in North Solihull.
Parent views are always listened to and acted upon. Please register to tell us your views on the Parent View website.
Last week, 63 excited Year 6 children braved the pouring rain to head off to Pioneer Outdoor Adventure Centre. Over the next few days they took part in a range of activities including archery, fencing, abseiling and climbing to name but a few. What was so impressive over this time, was how every child on the trip pushed themselves beyond what they thought they could do and how their confidence developed as a result. Furthermore, it was a pleasure to see how the children worked together in team activities such as initiative games. We all look forward to seeing these developed skills being put into practice in the classroom when we return after half term.
National Anti-Bullying Week
CBJS are showing their support for national anti-bullying week. The theme this year is ‘Make a noise about bullying’ The reason for this this is that bullying thrives in a culture of fear and silence and we want pupils to speak out about their worries and make some noise so that issues can be addressed. In assembly today we reminded pupils what bullying is and then made a loud ‘Thunder Clap’ to show our support towards making a noise about bullying.
Parents can find useful information on http://anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/