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Welcome to Broomfields Junior School

On behalf of all the staff, pupils and Governors can I wish you a warm welcome to Broomfields Junior School's website. We hope you find it informative and that it gives you an insight into life at our school.

Broomfields Junior School Vision:

Here at Broomfields, we are committed to providing the best educational experience for all our pupils. The children will receive exciting and inclusive opportunities to support them to achieve their full potential. We aim to provide a curriculum and an environment which ensures every child is nurtured, challenged and inspired; creating happy, well-balanced and resilient individuals, with the knowledge, skills and values to succeed in life.

Mrs Morris Brown

Summer Term Weekly Updates and letters

Up and Coming Events

  • Monday 5th September - Back to school
  • Y5 Swimming - Thursday 15th September
  • PE days - marked on calendar below
  • Parents' Evening - Tuesday 4th October and Thursday 6th October
  • Friday 7th October - Flu vaccinations
  • Thursday 13th October and Monday 17th October Y5 Safety Central Trip
  • Y6 Pettypool residential 12th-14th October/17th-19th October/19th-21st October


We tweet events and updates, as well as posting photos so do please follow us.

Request for Paper Copies

If you require paper copies of letters, please contact the school office.  All of our letters and updates are sent to you via School Ping.  Please ensure you are checking this app regularly. 

School Calendar

Embedded Calendar

Attendance and punctuality

Attendance in school is very important. School opens at 8.40am every morning and the gates close for registration at 8.50am.  Our aim is for all children to achieve as close to 100% attendance as possible.  We need your support for this to happen.  Please ensure that you are clear as to when our holidays are, so that you can plan holidays in the correct time.

Did you know?   

5 minutes late every day means around 3 days of education are missed.

A score of 90% in a test would be a good result, but 90% attendance means that a child will have missed around 100 lessons over a school year.


Keep your children safe online

E-Safety Information

Many children use electronic devices so please have a look at the link for how to keep them safe.  The website contains information on how to set up the devices, so children have safe access to the internet, apps and games. NSPCC and O2 Partnership

Another resource - guide for parents and carers on how to keep children safe on the internet, includes advice and educational resources.








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