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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Hatching Chick Eggs Project 

 

Every year Carlton children are lucky enough to take part in a fantastic chick hatching experience. The eggs are delivered to Reception as part of their 'Growing and Life Cycle' topic but the whole school experience the wonder from the minute they are delivered! Just take a look below:

 

March 2015 

 

12.04.2014

This week saw the arrival of our live chick eggs into the Early Years classroom. Five eggs have already hatched and we are hoping for more to hatch before the end of the week! Children across all Key Stages will get an opportunity to handle the chicks, watch them grow, learn the life cycle of a chicken, learn how to care for them and much, much more! All the children have shown lots of interest, which is lovely to see! Why not do some research on the internet and find out more! You can find some fantastic videos and facts on YouTube!

 

Take a look below at what's been happening so far...

17.3.2014

Take a look at the Year One children and staff handling our cute chicks...

It seems such a long time ago when we saw the arrival of live chick eggs into the Early Years classroom. The Early Years children cared for the eggs and helped them to hatch into 9 beautiful baby chicks, which the whole school adored! Well, they are baby chicks no more and since March they have been looked after by Mr Merry who has kindly sent us some updates. Please click on the links below to see what our chicks have been up to!!

 

Chicks Update April 2014

 

 

Chicks Update June 2014