Castle Bromwich Junior School News

  • New School Email
    The school email system has changed. To access the service please go to our School email page for instructiuons.
  • 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. You Can view the video clips here
  • 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. Please view the pictures below.
  • Year 4 Chedworth Roman Villa Remians
    This week Year 4 children have visited Chedworth Roman Villa. The children walk around the remains of the villa and see what life was like first hand for the Romans of the time. Pictures of the trip are available here.
  • Policy Update
    This year we have been working hard on the issue on bullying and have updated the anti-bullying policy that can be found on our Parent Information page.
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A letter has been sent home to parents regarding Class Dojo.


As you may know, at Castle Bromwich Junior School we are striving to continually ensure that all children feel safe in our school. At the moment, we are having a real drive on ensuring that our children and community are educated about what bullying is and to ensure that CBJS has a zero tolerance to bullying. As part of this, the policy has been re written in consultation with the school community, parents, children and staff have met with Miss Pittaway to express their thoughts and all children in school are receiving lessons on assemblies around the theme of anti bullying. In March, the children will watch a play called 'The B Word' which supports the work done in school. Take a look at our Anti Bullying policy to find out more- if you have any questions then please do not hesitate to contact school.

Latest Castle Bromwich Junior Website Calendar Events

Year 5 Pupils Dunfield House trip21Apr2015

Year 6 Sats week11May2015

Please ensure your child arrives promptly as tests begin at 9.15am

Calendars page(s): Castle Bromwich Junior Website Calendar >>

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Mayor Visit

On Monday 2nd March the Mayor of Solihull, Mrs Kate Wilde, visited Castle Bromwich Junior School. Pupils across Solihull were asked to design a poster to celebrate Commonwealth day and from all of the entries , one of our pupils,  Charlotte Prior, won.  The mayor presented Charlotte with her poster in a special assembly and invited her to attend a ceremony in Solihull where Charlotte will get to raise the flag to celebrate Commonwealth day. Well done to Charlotte.

Year 4 Chedworth Visit

Year 6 Conflict Topic Work

Comic Relief

School Games Talent Show

Mea and Harriet in 5BM auditioned at the School Games Talent Show in Leamington Spa.  Their dance to the song 'Timber' came 4th overall, a fantastic achievement and only one place short of performing at the School Games opening ceremony.  Well done girls; you worked hard and danced brilliantly!

Rhythmic Gymnastics

CBJS Netball Skill Team

The CBJS Netball Skills Team came 5th today out of 17 teams in the North Solihull Tournament. Their best time for the event was 5 minutes 54 seconds (an improvement of over 1 1/2 minutes). Well done to the 8 year 5 and 6 children involved. They were excellent school representatives.

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