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Church Hill C of E Junior School
"Let Your Light Shine" (Matthew 5:16)

OFSTED report just in!

The entire Church Hill team are incredibly proud to announce that we continue to be a 'Good' school. We'd like to take this opportunity to thank our staff, pupils, parents/ carers, governors and community for their continued support. 

Here are just a few of the fantastic things they said about our school:

Pupils love coming to school. They think that their school is the best school. They say that their teachers are fun and kind. They say that they feel safe at school.’

Every child is confident that the grown-ups in school will help them if they have a problem.’

‘The school’s curriculum is broad and ambitious for all pupils, including pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND)’

‘They [pupils] are taught about how to become caring, responsible and respectful members of their school community.’

Pupils’ behaviour is exemplary as they work and play together.’

Leaders have high expectations of what they [pupils] can achieve, both academically and personally. The result is a happy, calm and purposeful learning environment where pupils flourish.’

‘Every pupil is proud of the house they belong to and love the healthy competition to be the winning house.’

‘Staff and parents and carers agree that Church Hill Junior School is a school that puts its pupils first.’

‘Leaders have developed a systematic approach to the teaching of reading. They provide expert support to help pupils become confident readers.’

‘Mathematics is well planned and taught. Pupils are highly engaged in their learning and relish challenge.’

‘Pupils’ personal development is driven by leaders’ ambition that pupils will be the very best they can be. The school’s charter sets out an exceptionally well-planned range of opportunities for pupils.’

‘Teachers use the outdoors to inspire pupils to learn.’

‘Governors, staff and pupils speak highly of everything the school has achieved.’

‘Leaders have ensured that there is a strong safeguarding culture in the school’

A full report can be found: