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Stourfield Junior School
Cranleigh Road, BH6 5JS Bournemouth
01202 424554

t gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the Stourfield Junior School web-site which I hope will provide you with an insight into our school.

Stourfield Junior School is a large community school with over 400 pupils and 60 staff.  We cater for children in years 3. 4. 5 & 6 with four classes in each year group.

Our aim is that all children at the school grow into responsible, caring members of society who are confident, independent, lifelong learners.  We are a tremendously nurturing and inclusive school. 

We believe that pupil performance and well-being go hand in hand and that we must meet the needs of all our children so that they can achieve their potential, socially, emotionally and academically.  You can read more about our  Vision and Values by clicking on the link at the botom of the page.

We are very proud of our school, of the pupils who attend it and of the work which we do here.  If you would like to come to visit us to see our school in operation, you will be made very welcome.  

Stourfield Junior School Vision and Values

This vision and values statement was written following a meeting with members of our School Community focusing on reaffirming our School Vision in June 2006


girls on playgroundWe aim to ensure that all members of our school community are happy, resilient, self motivated, skilled and healthy. We want to provide children with the ability to think independently, to have respect for themselves and for others and to follow our common set of values.

They will recognise the importance of learning and continue to do so in the future, helping them to develop academically, socially and emotionally.  Children will be treated as individuals whilst developing their roles within the wider community.

We strive for a happy, secure environment which is purposeful and welcoming, that stimulates learning and encourages children to feel confident and valued.

We believe that this can be best achieved by building good relationships with the child and their family, setting high expectations with regard to both learning and behaviour and providing a challenging, creative and appropriate curriculum.

Ultimately, in realising our vision, we are creating a school of which we, and all members of the school community, are proud.

School Extras

nformation about school visits, swimming, stationery and music lessons.


Education at Stourfield is free but there are some ‘extras’ for which we, unfortunately, have to ask for payment: 


Day visitsIn order to bring our teaching ‘alive’ and to motivate our children, we try to arrange appropriate day visits to places of interest. These involve transport costs and entrance fees that we are unable to meet from normal funds and we therefore have to ask for voluntary contributions from parents. It is school policy that no child is ever excluded from a day visit through inability to pay. 




We have a tradition at Stourfield of providing our Year 6 and Year 4 children with the opportunity of working away from school while staying in a residential centre.  The charges for such a visit consist of two elements, a ‘compulsory’ sum for board and lodging and a ‘voluntary’ sum for the transport and any entrance fees.  Children from families in receipt of certain benefits normally get the board and lodging element free (for details contact the school office).  We make every effort to ensure that no child is excluded from a residential visit by the inability to pay but the larger sums of money involved mean that we are not always able to find the funds to support such children. 


The school supplies children with pencils, pens and rulers though many prefer to bring their own.  Lost or damaged school items must be replaced and these can be purchased from the Medical Room at cost price. 


drum lessonsThe school offers children the opportunity to learn to play a musical instrument in a group under the tuition of a visiting teacher. These lessons are provided under the terms of the school’s Instrumental Lessons Policy. There is a termly charge payable in advance which is reviewed annually and stands at £36.00 for the academic year 2006/2007. 

Instruments on offer: Clarinet, Drums, Flute, Guitar, Keyboard, Saxophone and Violin.  


SWIMMING swimming lessons

The school is extremely fortunate to have the use of a covered heated swimming pool.  We are able to swim all the year round and this skill has a high priority in our Physical Education curriculum.  We ask parents to ensure that children swim regularly and if they are unable to do so at any time to let us know in writing. 

It costs an enormous amount to keep the pool running and we ask all parents for a voluntary contribution towards the costs of the swimming pool.  This can be paid in weekly instalments of £2.00 or as a lump sum of £20 for the 9/10 week block.  Since the school receives no grant from the government or local authority, these contributions are essential if the pool is to stay open.

School Prospectus

School Prospectus

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School Prospectus 2005-6

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