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Withernsea Junior School
Hull Road, HU19 2EG, UK Withernsea
+44 (0)1964-612427

Withernsea Junior School has approximately 320 pupils ages 7-11 years.

The school has an ethos of care and support and has a genuine desire for each pupil to reach their full potential.
This is reflected in the school logo -
" Withernsea Junior School - Lighting up Education."

The school is led by our new  head teacher   -     
Mrs A.Harper M.A

"Welcome to Withernsea Junior School.

I am Mrs Harper the Headteacher. I started work here at Easter 2007.

Prior to this I was Headteacher for five years at a smaller primary school further up the East Yorkshire coast.

We are a large school with 2 or 3 classes in each year group. We aim to offer a high quality learning environment with a caring ethos.

We encourage the pupils to have opinions, to take responsibility for themselves and their own learning. We encourage them to help with all aspects of school and take a pride in their learning and achievements.

We have a very talented teaching and support staff team who offer children many different ways in which to excel and achievement. We can also cater for pupils with special educational needs and have a diversity of experience with many different special educational needs.

We aim to work closely with parents and employ a home school liaison officer to ensure close links. We publish a monthly newsletter, which also includes a pupil’s page. This can also be emailed to parents on request.

If you would like to look round the school please telephone to make an appointment. We look forward to meeting you. "

At present there are 11 classes in the school.
The school has a dedicated special needs teacher who is responsible for pupils with statements of special educational need and any pupils
 the staff may have concerns about.
There is a large group of support staff, including teachers aids, administrative staff, caretaking staff and lunch time supervisors.
Withernsea Junior school works closely with Withernsea Infants School and Withernsea High School and Technology College.
The school has taken part in many initiatives  in the fields of ICT, behaviour management, Gifted and talented pupils to enhance teaching and learning,raise achievement , pupil self esteem and enrich the curriculum.
Since January 2005 the school has become part of an Excellence Cluster in collaboration with schools in Goole,Bridlington and several other primary schools in the catchment area.
Working alongside the governments initiative  -  Excellence and Enjoyment, the school is looking at a range activities building  on good practice to continue to improve  and enhance learning within the school and as part of this to continue to monitor and develop further the schools commitment to the International Dimension and developing its links within Europe and the wider world.
The school has achived  The Investors in People Award, The Healthy School Award and The International School Award. 


WITHERNSEA JUNIOR SCHOOL will be recognised as a caring school, which provides quality teaching and learning, in which every individual is valued, respected and supported in achieving their full potential within the community and beyond.

"Every child is entitled to a broad and balanced education founded on knowledge and appreciation of key features of our cultural heritage, as well as that of other countries and their traditions."

"Education must enable pupils to respond positively to the opportunities and challenges of the rapidly changing world in which we live and work."


v    Staff will endeavour to know the children as individuals, and in doing so, successfully provide for their social, emotional and spiritual development.

v    Staff will be encouraged to continue with their professional development through a programme of INSET and monitoring.

v    Staff and pupils will contribute towards the creation of a welcoming, caring and stimulating environment.

v    We will encourage interaction between the school and the local community and take opportunities to widen horizons.

 v  We will create a sense of wonder and excitement about the

             world in which we live.


From 1st January 2005, the school is part of an Excellence Cluster based on the three secondary schools of Withernsea High School & Technology College, Bridlington School and Vermuyden School, Goole.



The four strands are:-


v    Gifted and Talented

v    Learning Mentors

v    Learning Support Units

v    Teaching and Learning, and ICT


The school follows the National Curriculum.
The three core subjects are :-
Literacy, Numeracy and Science. Pupils undertake national test in these subjects in Y6.
All pupils follow the national curriculum in ICT and the foundation  subjects:- Art, Design Technology,History, Geography, PE and Games, and music.
All pupils follow a course in RE and PSHCE.
To view National Curriculum guidelines and medium term plans click below.

The core subjects are:-

Literacy - subject leader- Mrs. C.Bagnall

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Numeracy - subject leader - Miss.I Metcalf.

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Science - subject leader - Mr. I. Sutherland.

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The school follows government guidelines for the core subjects as laid down in the National Curriculum.

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All you need to know about The National Curriculum

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