Welcome to Juniper Hill School
“We take pride in all we do”
There is much to celebrate about Juniper Hill School and I’m delighted to welcome you to our website.
Juniper Hill is a happy, thriving, 2 form entry Primary School set in the village of Flackwell Heath, Buckinghamshire. The school has an ARP (Additional Resource Provision) for children with Physical Disabilities. The school prides itself on being kind, caring and nurturing. We value and respect all members of our school community.
We strive for academic excellence. Our goal is for each pupil to thrive during their years with us and develop into confident, creative, independent learners who are ready for secondary education.
The school has an enthusiastic, committed, experienced staff who work hard to create an exciting learning environment for the children.
The school is a community. Our parents are engaged in their children’s learning and actively support the school. The Friends of Juniper Hill (PTA) work tirelessly to raise funds to enrich the children’s learning. Last academic year their fundraising enabled the school to update the computer suite. The school is fortunate to have an active governing body who work hard to ensure that the schools aims and objectives are met.
A strength of the school is the wide range of extra-curricular activities that we offer. Children can develop their sporting, musical and artistic talents as well as look after their wellbeing, with clubs such as football, cricket, choir, art and yoga to name a few.
The school has a wide range of outdoor facilities including a large sports field, adventure playground, an orchard that is used for forest schools and a sensory garden.
We are a reflective school that is always looking for ways to enhance the children’s learning experience.
Children, staff, parents and governors are very proud of our school. We welcome visits from prospective parents at our open days.
Mrs Claire Garnett
Our Mission Statement
To ensure that Juniper Hill is a happy, caring school which promotes individual development, enabling all our children to achieve their full potential. To promote independent and inclusive learning; developing confident, responsible and ambitious children.
Our governors, staff and pupils worked together to develop our aims for the school. The children wrote them so that everyone in our school could understand them:
To challenge ourselves. Have a go, I can do it on my own. I want to do it on my own.
To do our best
To love learning
To be confident in life, confidence to adapt
To have enquiring minds
To have fit and healthy bodies
To be kind and fair, showing respect to everyone.