The Learning and Achieving Federation



The Learning and Achieving Federation

  1. Crownfield Junior School

Welcome to the Crownfield Junior School website! Please look at the Parent/Carer Area for information on the Summer Term Curriculum!

Crownfield Junior School

Welcome from the Head teacher

Our school is a friendly, happy place to be where children are supported, listened to and where everyone has the right to feel valued. We are proud of the pupils and their politeness, respect and sense of fun!  Our recent Ofsted Report (June 2018), described us as having ‘a strong culture of care.'   They also stated that 'Pupils are extremely polite and well behaved. In lessons, they are engaged in their learning and listen to one another respectfully.'

We  give the children a broad and balanced curriculum and encourage them to develop their skills and interests,  celebrating them whether they are school based or at home. We aim to focus on the positives and achievements of all and support and educate when wrong choices are made.

The very experienced, long serving staff are dedicated to the learning of your children  and giving them the best education we can and that they deserve. We are always looking for ways to further develop their skills through regular training opportunities and by joining forces with the Mawney Foundation School in the newly founded Learning and Achieving Federation, where good practice and ideas are being shared across the two schools.

Above all, we are striving to make Crownfield Junior a community where all are involved – staff, parents, guardians and of course, the children,  and all are listened to.  We encourage the views of all and work hard to improve by taking them on board.

Crownfield is on an exciting journey and we hope that you want to be a part of it!

 

Gill Horne

Headteacher

      Our Curriculum Statement

At Crownfield Junior, we aim to deliver a broad and balanced curriculum that is designed to meet the individual needs of all our children. We aim to remove the barriers to learning for all of the children in our care, including those with SEND or those who may be disadvantaged. Through well planned lessons, the school strives to provide the children with a curriculum that allows for progression in their skills and knowledge as well as exciting experiences and opportunities to enrich their lives. They will gain a cultural capital that expands their horizons and enables them to make positive contributions to their community and beyond. Our key values of: collaboration, curiosity, independence, resilience, respect, empathy permeate all learning. Our curriculum will celebrate diversity and promote British values so that our pupils will be prepared for life in the modern world.