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SCHOOL CLOSED: Wednesday, 15th May 2019.  Please read the news post dated Friday, 3rd May 2019…
NON-PUPIL DAYS 2019: Monday, 3rd June 2019, Wednesday, 24th July 2019…
If you have any questions relating the school curriculum, Mr Mays, Deputy Head, holds drop-in sessions every Wednesday.  He will be available to answer your questions between 9.15 and 10.15am.  No appointment necessary…
PTA Events: Next School Disco: TBC.  Lower School 4.30-5.45, Upper School 6-7.15.  £2 entry payable on the door.  Refreshments available…
Swimmers from Tuesday 26th February 2019: 4NM, 4CP and 4PS.  There will be approximately 18 sessions in all.  Please remember to bring swimming kits every Tuesday until the end of the school year.  Parents/carers may pay the £3 contribution per session either in cash or via School Gateway…
2019-2020 Term Dates have now been confirmed.  Click on the ‘Calendar’ tab and select ‘Term Dates’ to view…
Travelling Book Fair: Opens after school every day from Friday, 26th April until Thursday, 2nd May 2019.  3 for 2 Offer (cheapest one free).  The Fair will be held in the usual place at the back of the Main Hall which you can access via the playground.  Thank you in advance for your support…
Trustees Surgeries: 30th April 10-12pm, 2nd May 5-7pm, 8th May 5-7pm, 9th May 10am-12 noon, 13th May 5pm-7pm, 22nd May 10am-12noon.  These meetings are an opportunity for parents/carers to come along and meet with the Executive Head, Anthony Welch.  Please email [email protected] to arrange an appointment on one of the allocated days.

Learning to succeed

Learning to Succeed

At Alton Park Junior School, a large Junior School with a 4 form entry, we aim to challenge all our pupils to ensure they fulfil their potential. We promote respect and tolerance within school and our wider community which prepares our children for life in modern Britain.

Key Aims, Ethos and Vision

Our vision is that our children will achieve well, have fun and develop a lifelong passion for learning at Alton Park Junior School and for the future.

We believe in an education which is holistic, equitable, empowering, nurturing and liberating for all members of the school and the local and wider community. This is achieved through a determined dedication to serve, through self-belief, through effective collaboration with others and sustained by ensuring transparent accountability at all levels.

Visits to our school are most welcome. If you have any questions about the school, or would like to arrange a visit, please contact Kay Edwards on 01255 424335 or via the Contact form

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