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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Safeguarding Information

We are the Designated Safeguarding Leaders in School. We are here to help you. Please come and speak to us if you have ANY concerns.

Ms Mahmood

      Headteacher    

Mrs Clare Almond

Assistant Headteacher    

      

Keeping You and Your Friends Safe

All children and young people have the right to be safe from being harmed in any way. We all want you to get the best out of life: to be safe, healthy, get on well with your family and friends, and do your best at school or in work when you are older.

But some children and young people may be hurt by other people. This may be:

  • ~ by a parent or carer, a friend or relative, or sometimes by a stranger
  • ~ or it may be by other children or young people

                           Children and young people may be hurt:                                  

  •                           ~ at home or in their neighbourhood                             
  • ~ be bullied or hurt at school or in the street
  • ~ face to face, or by computer or mobile phone.

You may hear about some upsetting cases, of children being badly hurt, on the TV, radio or in the newspapers. You may also know of a friend who has been hurt in some way, or it may have happened to you or someone in your family.

We can help and support children and their families who have got problems in their lives. But we need you to tell us about your concerns. We can’t help anyone, unless we know they need help.

There are posters around School about who to contact if you are concerned. If you are worried about one of your friends, someone in your family or perhaps yourself then you can speak to your class teacher, Ms Mahmood, Mrs Almond or Mrs Motley. 

       

If you do not want to speak to someone face to face, there are organisations you can call. You can ring Childline on 0800 11 11. You can speak to them in confidence about any problem you or a friend has. You don’t have to give your name if you don’t want to. ChildLine is there for children, online and by phone, 24 hours a day. They know the real dangers and worries children face and  know how important talking to someone can be.

Remember: there is always someone you can talk to.

Everyone has a right to be safe.