Carlton Junior & Infant School

Carlton Junior School
  • "The headteacher, governors and senior leaders are highly ambitious for all pupils."
    OFSTED 2015
  • "The Reception provision is good. Outdoors and indoors, children access interesting and well planned learning experiences."
    OFSTED 2015
  • "Pupils from different cultural backgrounds, including those at an early stage of learning English, achieve well."
    OFSTED 2015
  • "Pupils behave well, enjoy their lessons and are proud of their school. They say how safe and well cared for they feel."
    OFSTED 2015
  • "Parents are positive about the school's work. They value the ways in which staff prepare their children for life in modern Britain, and in their local multi-cultural community."
    OFSTED 2015
  • "The school is led by an inspirational headteacher. She has high expectations of all pupils, and is highly regarded by parents, and by all who work alongside her."
    OFSTED 2015
  • "The quality of teaching in Reception is good. Children from different cultures and heritages happily play together. They display overall positive behaviour and attitudes to learning.."
    OFSTED 2015
  • "The quality of pupils' learning is good. They cooperate well together in groups, persevere well as individuals, and make good use of opportunities to share and refine their ideas with each other."
    OFSTED 2015
  • "Teaching is good because most teachers plan interesting activities that encourage pupils to think for themselves."
    OFSTED 2015
  • "The school's motto 'dream, aspire, achieve' underpins pupils' good spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. Staff help all children to become confident citizens of the future."
    OFSTED 2015
  • "The school promotes exceptionally well the fundamental British values of freedom, law and, equality of opportunity."
    OFSTED 2015
  • "Partnerships with parents are good. Parents express confidence in the work of the school, and the impact that it has on their children's lives."
    OFSTED 2015
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Celebrating Staff Achievements

17.12.2014

Mrs Farooq has successfully gained The Certificate of School Business Management (CSBM). This is an accredited professional qualification developed by the National College for Teaching and Leadership. She started this course in May 2013 and has worked incredibly hard over the last 18 months to complete it. The programme uses a blended learning approach including face-to-face, online learning and self-directed study. It required  completion of school-based case studies, projects and activities which support individual school development plans. Mrs Farooq is now hoping to go on to study the Diploma in School Business Management.

 

4.12.2014

Miss Cartwright graduated from Bradford University undertaking a degree in Education Studies, obtaining a 2:1. She had a lovely day celebrating with her family and friends.

 

16.07.2014

Last week Miss Foster achieved her Reading Recovery accreditation. Miss Foster has been travelling to Oldham all year to study for the internationally-recognised, masters-level qualification that will enable her to teach struggling readers in our school. We congratulate all her hard work.

 

25th July 2013

Mrs Booth completed The Leeds Metropolitan Postgraduate Certificate in SEN Coordination covering all the requirements of the National Award. This programme contributed to Mrs Booth’s professional development working as Special Needs Coordinators (SENCO) in school. It supported the development of a range of management and team working skills which enables Mrs Booth to raise the achievements of pupils with Special Educational Needs more effectively. It also enables her to support the principles of multi-agency working and the involvement of key stakeholders such as parents and carers. As a result Mrs Booth has the ability to use evidence about learning, teaching and assessment in relation to pupils with SEN to inform practice.