A Warm Welcome to
Chester Park Junior School
...We are currently designing our new website to coincide with the eagerly anticipated opening of our new school. If you have any suggestions concerning content or usage, please pop into the school office and talk to Mrs Morley...
Please be aware that there is a new school menu from the 24th April. Click here to see a copy.
Join us on Saturday 13th May to take a final look around before the building closes as a Junior School. All pupils and parents past and present are welcome. We would love to see you between 10.30-12.30
Year 4 had a great time at the Forest of Dean today- look on their year 4 page for more photos of the day!
We hope that you enjoy visiting our website and that it not only answers any questions you may have but that it also keeps you up to date with the things your children are doing. At Chester Park Junior School we spend a lot of time creating a happy and caring environment where everyone will feel able to learn.
This is reflected in the School Vision. We believe our staff to be skilled not only in whole school class teaching, but also to be sensitive to the needs and talents of each individual.
We are a hard working team, supported by the Governing Body and the Parents and Carers who share a commitment for each individual to achieve their full potential.We are very proud of our school and the way we maintain the environment we have. We are constantly looking to improve both the environment and the facilities for learning and teaching.
In order for us to achieve the maximum we can to help your child succeed to their full potential, we need your help and support in many ways, most of which are detailed on this site. We look forward to working with you to make your child’s time at Chester Park a happy one and welcome you onto our team!
For information about SEN provision within Chester Park Junior School please click on the SENd link.
11th May 2017
Dear Year 6 pupils,
Well done to everyone as you have reached the end of the SAT tests today! I know that you have been well prepared for the tests by your class teachers, Mr Davis and Miss Woodham. You have learnt a lot over the last four years and even had to manage the curriculum changing part way through the journey. The adults in school have tried hard to help you prepare, and have come to breakfast with you on each day of the tests to help you feel supported.
There is however something very important that you need to remember. The tests do not test everything that makes you special. They do not cover all the aspects of you that have been developing in your time at the junior school. The tests will show what you have been able to do on a particular day at a particular time in a particular subject. The tests only examine reading, grammar, punctuation and spelling and mathematics.
SAT tests don’t take into account that you are a caring and supportive friend. They don’t show the gold cards, commendations, stickers and awards you have achieved. They don’t identify the sports activities or choir activities you may have taken part in and represented the school. They don’t acknowledge that you may be a fantastic artist or musician or speak two languages. They do not show you are a dancer, comedian, gardener, chef or that you are caring enough to look after someone when they are sad. They won’t show that you are honest and can be trusted or that you always try your best even when the work is tough. They don’t show that you have developed wonderful resilience.
The results from the tests will give some information to your secondary school. But as you know, the results will not give them all the information about you. You are unique. You are special. We know it; your families know it and you need to remember it. Each of you has something wonderful to offer the world and that can’t just be measured by doing some tests at ten or eleven years old.
Remember that you have been part of Chester Park Junior School. This year you have had a visit from OfSTED, many of you performed on clarinets in front of hundreds of people or have represented the school in an array of sporting events. I have seen you all grow into young people I am very proud to know. I know that you are ready for the final term in the junior school and will tackle the challenge of secondary school using the skills you have learnt here.
Well done for getting through the tests, feel proud of your achievement, and remember, there is a lot more to you as a person than the ‘snapshots’ taken over these four busy days. Everyone at school is very proud of all your achievements. I wish you all every success for the future.
Our Golden Rules are an essential part of daily life here at Chester Park Junior School.
At Chester Park Junior School the safeguarding of all children is of paramount importance. Parents send their children to school each day with the expectation that school provides a safe environment in which their children can flourish. Chester Park Junior School therefore has to ensure that this expectation becomes reality. In order to do this a wide range of measures are put in place:-.Where necessary the school will liaise with appropropriate agencies to ensure the safety and wellbeing of pupils in our care. The full safeguarding policy can be found on the parents tab, policies
The Designated Safeguarding Lead at Chester Park Junior School is Mr Mike McNama.
As we mentioned in our newsletter , we are always interested in hearing your views so please help us by taking part in a short survey at:
Online safety is a priority here at Chester Park Junior School, follow this link to find out more about how to keep both you and your children safe when using the internet.
For more information look at the e-safety section on the "more" tab at the top of the page.
Latest Calendar Events
- Term 5 ends26May2017
3:20 pm - 3:25 pm
- School closed for transition to new school05Jun2017
8:00 am - 3:30 pm
- Week 1 Year 6 camp to weymouth05Jun2017
8:15 am - 09 jun, 3:45 pm
- School closed for transition to new school06Jun2017
8:00 am - 3:30 pm
- Week 1 Year 6 camp to weymouth06Jun2017
8:15 am - 10 jun, 3:45 pm