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Chandag Junior School
Chandag Road, BS31 1PQ, UK Keynsham
+44 (0)117 986 3614

Welcome to Chandag Junior School

The School's


To achieve excellence in teaching and learning in order to ensure that each child achieves his/her full
Potential by……………………….

The School's


……………...exciting a desire to learn and by responding in a way that delights and inspires the learner.

Our School

Each child is of equal value in our school community. We believe that every child is different and has his or her own special talents, interests and needs. Our aim is to provide for those needs within a supportive educational framework, by:

  • Developing the self-esteem of all members of the school community through the provision of positive and rewarding educational and social experiences.
  • Providing all children with a broad, balanced, relevant curriculum suited to their individual needs, which will enable them to acquire the necessary concepts, skills, knowledge, qualities and attitudes.
  • Through encouragement, support and high expectations help children to become motivated learners who achieve their potential intellectually, socially, physically, spiritually and emotionally.
  • Building on past experiences and ensuring continuity and progression in learning through liaison within the school and between schools as a preparation for the future.
  • Promoting effective learning through the use of appropriate teaching approaches.
  • Providing a fair framework of care and discipline which will enable children to develop the self-discipline necessary to show consideration, tolerance and respect of people and property.
  • Providing an attractive, well resourced working environment.
  • Strengthening the relationships between children, teachers, support staff, parents, governors and the wider community for the sake of the children.
  • Ensuring that these aims apply regardless of the age, gender, ability, ethnic origin or background of the child.

Our General Curriculum Policy

The general aims of the school's curriculum policy are to:

  • Help pupils to develop lively and enquiring minds, the ability to question and argue rationally and apply themselves to tasks and physical skills.
  • Help pupils to acquire knowledge and skills relevant to their next stage of education, to adult life and to employment in a fast changing world.
  • Help pupils to use language and number effectively.
  • Instil respect for religious and moral values and tolerance of other races, religions and ways of life.
  • Help the pupils understand the world in which they live and the interdependence of individuals, groups and nations.
  • Offer wide-ranging experiences within the expressive arts.
  • Help pupils appreciate human achievements and aspirations.
  • Offer equality of opportunity to all children.
  • Enlarge the children's knowledge, experience, imaginative understanding, their awareness of values, their respect for truth, their capacity for self discipline and for enjoyment.
  • Assist the children to achieve responsible autonomy and awareness of personal dignity.
  • Encourage the children to have and to seek to fulfil the highest possible expectations of themselves.
  • Assist children to live sensitively and to co-operate in relationships and in community with others.
  • Prepare and equip children for adult life.
  • Make the experience of school enjoyable and realistic.
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R. E.



Physical Education

Design Technology


History & Geography


Homework Policy

Special Educational Needs

Recorder Club

Art Club

Art Gallery

Sports Clubs

Maths Club

Dance Club

After school club times

Golden Time

The staff and pupils have drawn up these 'Golden Rules' for the school.


  • Treat others as you would wish to be treated.
  • Be respectful and polite to everybody.
  • Be honest .
  • Be  silent at the agreed times of day.
  • Listen carefully when others are speaking.
  • Work quietly and allow others to do the same.
  • Follow instructions sensibly.
  • Keep yourself and others safe.
  • Care for our  school environment.
  • Enjoy "Golden Time" every week.

"Golden Time"
Everyone who keeps the Golden rules are
rewarded each week with 30 minutes 'Golden time'. Pupils are
offered a wide range of activities e.g. craft, sport, construction kits, parachute games, drama, aerobics, art, board games,
puzzles… say thank you for making our school a lovely place to work in. Pupils who have broken any rules lose some of this time and are encouraged to reflect on how they can give more positive support to the school next week.


All learning in school is supported by  'Building Learning Power' by Guy Claxton, University of Bristol, which aims to help
children become effective independent learners. Pupils are
encouraged to make links between subjects, be reflective, work together in collaborative groups, develop strategies for 'when they are stuck', extend problem solving skills and understand themselves as learners. The school is currently working with other local schools with a 'Learning Network' to explore  ways of extending the Learning 'Buzz' in schools.


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Year 4
Year 5
Year 6
Welcome to our Pupil information pages. You can find out more about Chandag Junior School by clicking on the picture or text links on this page.


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Letter from the Chair of Governors

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Golden Time and Rules

Our Gallery

APEX & Workshops 2006

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