- Statutory Information
- KS2 Results 2018
- KS2 Results 2019
- DfE School Performance Tables
- Pupil Premium Strategy Review 2019 - 2020
- Pupil Premium Strategy 2020 -2021
- PE and Sport Premium
- Financial Information
- Catch Up Funding
- SEN Information Report
- Home School Agreement
- Latest Ofsted Report
- Our Ethos
- Our Aims and Vision
- Admissions Statement
Kingmoor Junior School is fully committed to every child receiving the very best education and to ensuring that all pupils reach their full potential. In order to achieve this, teachers aim to deliver inspirational lessons and the school rightly has high expectations of all its pupils. We expect all members of the school community to behave well, work hard, achieve high standards appropriate to their learning abilities, show respect for one another and to ensure that Kingmoor Junior School is a positive and safe place to be.
For the school to achieve a positive ethos it is essential that all members of the school community work well alongside each other and develop positive working relationships (this includes all staff and other adults working in the school, pupils and parents/carers). Having a positive ethos helps to ensure good behaviour from pupils in school. Young people learn by example and as such, having high standards of behaviour expectations from all parties involved in their education will create adults with similarly high behaviour standards.
We recognise that consistency is crucial in maintaining high standards of behaviour alongside a culture that celebrates success and is not based solely on sanctions. To this end, Kingmoor Junior School is committed to promoting and rewarding good behaviour. We are also committed to a united approach to managing behaviour in and out of school.
We are a Kidsafe Registered School with a Kidsafe trained member of staff and work hard to consistently give clear and consistent messages to our pupils about how they can keep themselves safe in a range of situations.
Kingmoor Junior School will not tolerate bullying or intimidation of any description. A complaint of bullying will always be taken seriously.
View also the following documents:
- Our Aims and Vision