CBJS Vision

CBJS will provide a broad and engaging education to all children, developing them academically, socially and physically. We will support our children to; Accept – accepting and being inclusive of all backgrounds and beliefs. Adapt – adapting to challenges whilst having high expectations, Aspire - aspiring to be the best we can in all that we do. We will enhance strong links with our community and the families we serve. CBJS will strive to ensure our children are prepared with a strong focus on positive mental health and an aim to be well-equipped for successful lives.


CBJS Mission

Children will have access to a high quality education, differentiated for those who need it and will be supported to make progress each term. Social and emotional development with a focus on positive mental health will underpin all aspects of educational provision at CBJS, through role modelling and the use of established programmes of work, children will be given the support required to understand themselves and others and to be sensitive and curious learners. Children will be exposed to challenges appropriate for their ages and abilities and will be equipped to be resilient, determined and successful. CBJS will provide positive links with our community of children, families and local residents to give everyone an appreciation of the importance of their contribution alongside their rights and responsibilities.

Fundamental British Values

At CBJS we aim to promote the fundamental British Values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty (freedom), and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. By actively promoting the values means challenging opinions or behaviours in school that are contrary to fundamental British values.


By doing this we will be developing the whole child to ensure that:


  • Children know right from wrong and to respect the civil and criminal law of England;
  • Children are able to contribute positively to the lives of those living and working in the locality of the school and to society more widely;
  • Children develop tolerance and harmony between different cultural traditions and to respect their own and others religions.
  • Children show respect for democracy including the democratic system and how laws are applied in England.

Here are some examples of art work that we have had produced to promote our school values.

Our school values are displayed around school and in all classrooms in a variety of ways. Children reflect upon them to show when they demonstrated these.

We also ensure that we promote British Values and challenge thinking that may be different to this. In our classrooms, we have the British Values displayed. Each child has reflected upon the British Values and have explained when they have demonstrated these values at school.