Welcome to Consett Junior School Website
Welcome to our school website – the staff and I hope you had a lovely summer holiday. At Consett Junior School our aim is to give your child the best Education possible. Our dedicated team aim to give your child the very best start in life, allowing them to grow and flourish in all that they do. We believe that a full, broad and balanced curriculum enables children to grow and develop as a rounded individual.
It is not just in the classroom where our children develop, learning takes place in a variety of places, from Forest school to the school yard, from learning through sport or in our outstanding school band. I am committed to working with all to ensure that the educational experience that our children receive is second to none, and that Consett Junior School is at the heart of our community.
We hope you enjoy viewing the information shown here, on our school website. Why not take a look at our classes to find out what we have been learning. You can meet all our committed and enthusiastic staff who work really hard to make sure all our pupils have a range of experiences and opportunities to learn and grow in confidence.
Find out about the roles and responsibilities of our Governing Body and how you can become a School Governor. Take a look around our school to see the work in the classrooms and our extensive grounds with our developing outdoor activities. You can keep up to date with what is happening in school by reading our school newsletters or by reading our many different policies. View our Vision Statement and school brochure. If the information you require is not shown on these pages please contact the school and we will do our best to help. Visitors are always welcome, please contact us to make an appointment if you would like to look around our nursery or discuss admission details for your child.
Paul Dixon, Headteacher.
“Pupils’ attitudes to learning are very positive. They are keen to try their best and work hard in all subjects. They are proud of their school and demonstrate this by taking a pride in their own work. Pupils’ books are neat and tidy. They show the care and effort made by each class.”
Ofsted Inspection – December 2017