• LATEST NEWS
  • Latest newsletter out. Paper-copy available from the school office.
  • New Uniform – click here
  • Term Dates September 2017 – July 2018
  • Goodbye to all our year 6’s and good luck in your new schools
  • Welcome back to the new term
  • New school uniform available to purchase from the school office.
  • Thank you to J&S Plumbing and Heating Centre for the £50 donation towards books for our new library
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DATES TO REMEMBER
  • School Photos – Wednesday 4th October 2017
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Welcome to Luton Junior School

Thank you for taking the time to find out a little more about us. We are very proud of the children and all their achievements and recognise that every person involved in the school; both children and adults thrive and enjoy the experience of being here. Luton Juniors was judged to be a ’Good’ School by OFSTED in 2013. We have a reputation for taking great care of our learners and making sure that they have the best resources and learning environment that we can provide. We ensure that all adults are highly skilled within their roles to meet the needs of all children. We pride ourselves on the strong partnership we have with our families and school community.

Our main aim is to provide high quality education that enables all of our children to reach their full potential. Children only have one chance in education and it is therefore vital that they are motivated to achieve the highest standards. We want them to experience the excitement of learning in a happy, secure and stimulating environment.

Our vision is to develop the independence and self-esteem of all pupils in the moral, cultural and religious aspects of our society so that through a broad and stimulating curriculum they will achieve their full potential and be able to lead full and rewarding lives in a fast changing world. We also believe that discipline is important and are proud of our children’s behaviour.

We strongly believe in the importance of parents and school working closely together in partnership for the benefit of all our children. We all work very hard to create a positive atmosphere where everyone can feel happy, secure and valued. Our aim is to provide an education that meets the needs of all our children and we expect high standards in behaviour and learning and more importantly we ensure that the children’s voices are heard and shine through.

We hope this web-site will provide you with most of the information you would like to know. Of course, schools are dynamic and as a result are changing all the time but the information provided here is as ‘up to date’ as we can make it.

We hope that the information that follows will give you an insight into the organisation of our school. We welcome you to visit our school to see the accommodation and the children at work. To arrange a visit please telephone the office on 01634 844149.

We will be happy to help with any queries.

Davinder Jandu,
Headteacher.

Thank you for taking the time to find out a little more about us. We are very proud of the children and all their achievements and recognise that every person involved in the school; both children and adults thrive and enjoy the experience of being here. Luton Juniors was judged to be a ’Good’ School by OFSTED in 2013. We have a reputation for taking great care of our learners and making sure that they have the best resources and learning environment that we can provide. We ensure that all adults are highly skilled within their roles to meet the needs of all children. We pride ourselves on the strong partnership we have with our families and school community.

Our main aim is to provide high quality education that enables all of our children to reach their full potential. Children only have one chance in education and it is therefore vital that they are motivated to achieve the highest standards. We want them to experience the excitement of learning in a happy, secure and stimulating environment.

Our vision is to develop the independence and self-esteem of all pupils in the moral, cultural and religious aspects of our society so that through a broad and stimulating curriculum they will achieve their full potential and be able to lead full and rewarding lives in a fast changing world. We also believe that discipline is important and are proud of our children’s behaviour.

We strongly believe in the importance of parents and school working closely together in partnership for the benefit of all our children. We all work very hard to create a positive atmosphere where everyone can feel happy, secure and valued. Our aim is to provide an education that meets the needs of all our children and we expect high standards in behaviour and learning and more importantly we ensure that the children’s voices are heard and shine through.

We hope this web-site will provide you with most of the information you would like to know. Of course, schools are dynamic and as a result are changing all the time but the information provided here is as ‘up to date’ as we can make it.

We hope that the information that follows will give you an insight into the organisation of our school. We welcome you to visit our school to see the accommodation and the children at work. To arrange a visit please telephone the office on 01634 844149.

We will be happy to help with any queries.

Davinder Jandu,
Headteacher.

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