Bilton C of E Junior School
Welcome to our school website.
As you explore we hope that you will gain a useful insight into our school. We have tried to include as much useful information as possible, along with examples of pupils' work and photographs to help celebrate their achievements. At our school, we are proud of our values as well as our heritage. Equally, we are excited about our future! We shine very brightly as a church school. Our commission to ‘be lights to the world’ radiates through every aspect of our ethos and provision. As a result, we are a community where ‘fullness of life’ for everyone has the highest priority and where everyone, on a daily basis, is embraced as part of our Christian school family. SIAMS January 2020.
We trust you will find the site informative and interesting as well as feeling a little of the vibrancy of our learning community and environment. We are passionate about our mission statement and our strapline of ‘Inspire, Challenge, Achieve’ encapsulates our school philosophy. We want all our children to achieve their full capacity as children of a loving Father. We make mistakes and learn by them in a supportive and caring community. Reconciliation and forgiveness are ‘built in’, not a ‘bolt on!’
With strong links to St. Marks Church and our proud Church of England ethos, we have a firm grounding for developing our children into rounded individuals who have the skills they need for life as well as life-long learning.
Our school prospectus is available through the school office.
As the Governing Board of Bilton C of E Junior School, we believe we are all God's children.
Our Strategic Aims are:
To inspire all, through learning experiences which enrich, excite and engage.
To be happy confident, caring and resilient learners, ready to embrace challenge.
To make consistently strong progress across the curriculum and achieve our very best.
Our Mission Statement:
I have the freedom and choice to be ambitious for my future.
‘A sense of teamwork pervades the school.’ Ofsted February 2018
‘This school cherishes everyone, especially those who are challenged or vulnerable, just as Jesus did. Careful consideration of research has led to exemplary support to remove barriers to learning so that pupils thrive and learn exceptionally well.’
SIAMS January 2020
‘Pupils’ behaviour is good across the school. They are respectful to one another and their conduct around school is exemplary.’ Ofsted February 2018
Mrs A Norton
Mrs K Webb
Safeguarding children is the responsibility of every adult. At Bilton C of E Junior School we take that responsibility very seriously. If you have any concerns about the welfare of any child in our school, please do not hesitate to speak with one of our Designated Safeguarding Leads.
Mrs A Norton - Headteacher
Mrs K Webb -Deputy Headteacher
Mrs S Hodgson - Home/School Support Worker
Requests for paper copies
If you require a paper copy of any information on our school website, please contact the school office