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Juniper Hill Primary School
Churchill Close, Flackwell Heath, HP10 9LA, UK High Wycombe
+44 (0)1628 523536

Welcome to the Juniper Hill School Web site

Juniper Hill is a Community School accommodating children from age 4 to 11. The school's catchment area is the eastern part of Flackwell Heath, but it is a very popular school and draws many children from areas beyond Flackwell Heath.

"The linthat have ks been established with parents and the local community are very effective and make a significant contribution to the standards achieved by pupils.”

"Most parents think themselves lucky to be able to send their children to this highly inclusive school. Care and guidance for all pupils is outstanding."

Our School Mission Statement

Juniper Hill is a happy, inclusive school that enables our pupils to become responsible, caring children who take pride in themselves, their achievements and their community.

Our School Aims

  • To develop positive communication between individuals and a sense of duty and fairness in school and in the community
  • To develop lively and enquiring minds and fit, healthy bodies
  • To develop our school values and understand and respect those of other races and religions
  • To develop confidence, skills and knowledge to successfully adapt to the challenges of a rapidly changing world
  • For our children to complete the challenges set recognising and appreciating their own achievement and that of others
  • For our children to aspire to be proficient in their use of language and number


Juniper Hill School is a thriving, vibrant and successful community in which each individual is valued and encouraged to develop fully his or her potential. We are constantly seeking to improve and build on our many strengths and achievements.  It is a school in which everyone should, and does, take great pride.

Our school provides excellent learning opportunities for all pupils aged four to eleven.  The quality of the teaching is of a very high standard, and we are able to provide a stimulating learning environment for children of all academic abilities. The Ofsted report (December 2005) confirmed our view that Juniper Hill is a good school with outstanding features. The outstanding features include:

  • Standards reached by learners
  • Personal development and well being, including behaviour
  • Care, guidance and support of learners
  • Equality of opportunity

Children at Juniper Hill are encouraged to become independent, hard working and responsible members of our school community.   We have very high expectations of our children, both academically and in terms of their social development.  We provide a wide range of curricular and extracurricular activities.

There is a very strong relationship between all members of our school community. Staff, parents and governors work closely together, in partnership, to the benefit of each child, as evidenced by the award of ‘Investors In People’ status in August 2006.  Regular meetings take place throughout the year, so that parents and teachers can communicate on the progress of our children. Our school is fortunate to have very committed and capable governors who all take an active interest in every aspect of our school's management. The positive contribution of governors and parents is a major factor in our school's continued success.

We are proud of the fact that our school has a positive attitude towards the inclusion of all pupils, as we wish our school to be a true reflection of the society in which our children live. Pupils with physical difficulties are included fully and sensitively in the life of our school and we have specialist support to help us to meet their needs. Additional resources to support children with Special Educational Needs are provided to ensure their access to all aspects of school life.

“The school’s commitment to integrating all pupils is outstanding” Ofsted 2005.

The accommodation at our school allows us to offer places to 60 children each year, starting from the Nursery Department in the term after a child’s fourth birthday.  Approximately half of our pupils live in our reserved area, which comprises about one third of Flackwell Heath, and so we have space each year for families outside our reserved area. Through the hard work of the whole school community, especially The Friends of Juniper Hill, we have top class teaching facilities, which include a library, a computer suite, an environmental area, a sports field, a cookery area, a new (August 2005) outdoor play area and a swimming pool due to be refurbished by Spring 2007. In addition every classroom has an interactive whiteboard which is linked to the school’s network.

“Most parents think themselves lucky to be able to send their children to this highly inclusive school” Ofsted 2005.

We look forward to meeting with you so that we can discuss how your family can become part of our school community at some time in the future.


Juniper Hill School is committed to the inclusion of all pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN). We support fully the admission of children with SEN, when parents and staff agree that our school is able to provide the appropriate learning environment for a child.

The needs of each child are carefully and systematically identified in partnership with the child's parents, and then every effort is made to meet the needs of those children who are identified as having SEN. The progress of all pupils is monitored systematically and reported to parents each term, or more frequently if it is deemed necessary by parents or staff. Where appropriate additional resources and advice from external agencies are provided in order for the school to meet the needs of an individual child.

Every area of the school is accessible to anyone with a physical disability and additional equipment is also available which can be moved to any area of the school where it might be required. Children with physical disabilities have access to the full curriculum and all school activities and are fully included in the life of Juniper Hill.  The Physically Disabled Department (PDD) currently has 8 children.

Mrs Jefferson is the SEN coordinator and Mrs Matthias is the Head of PDD.  Mrs Julia Beech is the governor responsible for SEN

All of our policies and procedures reflect the SEN Code of Practice and are regularly revised and updated.

More information is available in this Information for Parents leaflet.

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