Here you will find information about our school, including our results and how we approach certain areas of the curriculum.
The health, safety and well-being of our children are of paramount concern. We listen to our children and take seriously what they tell us.
- Our staff receives training in Child Protection and Prevent (anti-radicalisation)
- Concerns are reported to our Designated Safeguarding Lead.
- We regularly update staff on matters relating to child protection.
- We comply with Safer Recruitment procedures in order that appropriate checks are made on adults working with our children.
- Procedures are in place to check that all adults are checked for their suitability to work with children (this includes volunteers).
We work in partnership with parents to help children achieve their potential and make a positive contribution. Sometimes, our concern about a child may mean that we have to consult other agencies, even before we contact parents. The procedures which we follow have been laid down by the Hertfordshire Safeguarding Children board and the school has adopted a child protection policy in line with this for the safety of all (policy available on this website and from the school office).
Our Designated Safeguarding Leads is:
Jenny Sherry (Headteacher)
Staff with Designated Safeguarding Training:
Natasha Newman (Assistant Head for Inclusion and SENDCo)
Michele Fowler (Pastoral Support)
Further information can be found in our Child Protection Policy (at the bottom of this page) or by visiting the Hertfordshire Safeguarding Children Board website.
Further Safeguarding information can be found by clicking the logos below:
Please click below for a useful website on eSafety:
Cassiobury Junior School
Bellmount Wood Avenue
Tel: 01923 232 411
Headteacher: Miss Jenny Sherry
For general queries please contact Mrs Clarke or Mrs Harrison in the office or via email@example.com
Work Experience or returning to school
In light of the volume of requests that we receive for past pupils to return to the school to help or take part in work experience, we have made the decision to limit these events to pupils from Year 10 and above. This is based on their level of independence. All secondary pupils requesting work experience in the school will need to have evidence of insurance from their school and apply themselves.
Please click the link below to visit the school and college performance table service
All admissions for Cassiobury Junior School are handled by Hertfordshire County Council. For more details please visit their website via the following link:
Pupil Premium Report:
Please click the link below to see our pupil premium allocation report
Our Vision, Values and Ethos:
Our vision was recently reviewed by all stakeholders and is available here.
Information on roles and responsibilities, governor code of conduct, attendance and our terms of governance can be found on our Governors page by clicking the following link:
Please click on the links below to download and view the documents. Policies are reviewed as a staff and we inform our Governing Body of any changes. The Governing Body support the review of the statutory policies at school.
Requests for Copies
If you require paper copies of any documents held on our website, please contact a member of the admin team. Copies will be provided free of charge.