A Very Warm Welcome to Blackmoor Park Junior School!
On behalf of children, staff and Governors, I would like to welcome you to our wonderful school. Blackmoor Park Junior School (BPJS) is a vibrant, inclusive school where we are committed to providing a welcoming, safe and stimulating environment in which we can nurture the achievements of every child.
At BPJS, we strive to provide the best possible opportunities for our learners. We believe that every child has potential and that with support, direction and appropriately challenging learning, they can excel and become the very best they can be.
We have high aspirations and expectations for all children and encourage individuals to develop curiosity and an enquiring mind. Together with building on their learning, we aim to prepare them for future learning and life beyond the classroom.
We want children to become globally aware and develop a love and appreciation of arts, culture and sports; we do this through our broad and rich curriculum. This has been recognised beyond the school through the many external awards and accolades that celebrate what we do.
Our children thrive in a nurturing environment with staff who are passionate about their education. Our children report they enjoy school, something that is evident every morning as we see them coming into school with smiles on their faces. They also enjoy the creative, inter-related curriculum we offer which brings learning alive, provides them with opportunities to learn outside the classroom and makes learning meaningful and memorable.
At BPJS, we see parents/ carers as valuable partners in the education and welfare of our children and we encourage their involvement in our school community. We aim to build strong partnerships between staff and parents/carers to enable us to work together to support children in their personal, social, academic and physical development.
The committed team is here to help; if you have any questions, or would like to ask about a potential place for your child, please do not hesitate to speak to Mrs. Handley or Mrs. Marshall in the school office.