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Craigholme Junior School is a happy, friendly school where individuality is nurtured, where academic standards are high and where the broad based Curriculum for Excellence ensures a well-rounded education. The school aims to achieve high academic standards through stimulating teaching, challenging and exciting lessons and first-class resources. Extra-curricular activities extend the curriculum and enrich the lives of our pupils.

The ethos of the Junior School is purposeful and supportive. The moral values of courtesy, consideration and care are explored and discussed through the schools monthly values. Their aim is to provide an environment in which pupils can flourish, confident in each other and in the adults caring for them.

The Head of the Junior School liaises closely with teachers in order to ensure a thorough knowledge of each child. She also liaises closely with the Additional Support staff and is aware of each childs learning needs. Parents are encouraged to meet with the Head of Junior School to discuss any issue relating to their child or the curriculum.
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Careers advice starts in the juniors, and an impressive collection of professional parents is assembled to...

Principal

Since September 2016 Mrs June Gillilend, formerly deputy.

Head of junior school since Sept 2016 is Pamela Mitchell.

Entrance

Applications welcome from girls at all stages, but traditional entry points are nursery and first or sixth year juniors. Assessment for all, blips are picked up early and run with throughout entire school with support for learning following through, either withdrawn from class, or dual teaching where appropriate. Entrance at any time, at any level, assuming assessment in order and space available: mid term/week not a problem.

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