How to use our website:

 

Please have a browse through our website for all update to date information regarding our Chadsmoor Federation schools.

Whether you are looking for your child to start with us or already have a child within the school our website is open for you to explore and to truly understand what our Chadsmoor Community is all about.
 
To find information regarding our Chadsmoor Community Infant and Nursery School please select the Infant school tab. In this tab you will find information about: The School Day, OFSTED, Nursery, School Uniform, School Clubs, Learning, News & Events and Contact Details. 
 
To find information regarding our Chadsmoor C.E (VC) Junior School please select the Junior school tab. In this tab you will find information about: The School Day, OFSTED, Nursery, School Uniform, School Clubs, Learning, News & Events and Contact Details.
 
To find information regarding our Federation please select the Federation tab. In this tab you will find information such as: Welcome, Perfomance Data, The School Curriculum, All About Us, Admission for Nursery Reception and Year 3, Policies, Federation Newsletter, Governors, PFA, SEND, Safeguarding, Meet The Staff, Snow Procedures, Calendar, Pupil Premium & Sports Premium, Values & Behaviour, Intent & Implementation Statement, Online Learning and Forms. 
 
For any other queries please click the contact details box on either the Infant or Junior school tab to speak to a member of staff.
 
Thank You 

 

A message from our Executive Headteacher, Mrs Jennie Westley

 

Welcome to Chadsmoor Federation!

 

It is a pleasure to welcome you to Chadsmoor Federation website, and I am pleased you have come to visit us. Our Federation family consists of Chadsmoor Community Infant & Nursery School, where we cater for children from 3 – 7 years old and Chadsmoor CE (VC) Junior School for children from 7 - 11 years old. Our Federation was formed in 2012 and continues to go from strength to strength. 

Our Federation School motto is "Enjoying Achieving Together" and it is with this in mind that we strive to provide our children with an outstanding school experience. We are committed to providing breadth of opportunity and the highest possible standards of care and education for all children. We aim to make your child's time with us as happy, enjoyable and successful as we possibly can. We are firmly committed to education as a partnership with parents/carers, staff and governors all working together to support your child’s learning. We hope that by working together, your child will develop in confidence and independence as well as enjoy their learning during their time with us and that our important partnership will be a great success.

We are very proud of each of our children and their achievements. We continue to work hard to inspire every child in our school to succeed and follow their hopes and dreams. Our high expectations of behaviour, attitude, work and achievement helps our pupils to reach their full potential. We offer an exciting, hands-on learning experience that is tailored to the needs of all our children. You will often find children taking part in great learning activities using a broad range of devices including iPads, laptops, cameras and audio devices.

Please take your time to browse through our website – I am sure you will agree that we indeed provide exciting opportunities for all. If you have further questions, please don't hesitate to contact us. I hope you will feel inspired to visit us and see for yourself the opportunities we offer.

 

A message from our Chair of Governors , Mrs Michelle Whiteman

 

I joined the governing body of Chadsmoor CE Junior School in 2017 after leaving teaching as I continue to have a strong interest in education and became link governor for SEN. I have 18 years teaching experience beginning with teaching English before moving into a variety of Special Needs settings. I worked predominantly with children with autism in a variety of SLD and MLD settings. I also have experience with other needs such as dyslexia and dyspraxia, and have worked with the different agencies that can be involved in a child’s journey through school. I was made Chair in October 2018 and am looking forward to working with the governing body to ensure we place staff and pupils’ wellbeing at the heart of what we do. The ethos at Chadsmoor Federation school is a nurturing and caring one and I am proud to be part of a school where staff, governors and pupils all share such a positive approach to education.