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17 September 2021 (Pdf)
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Extra-curricular provision for children and families
After school clubs
- Stage club
- Code club
- Judo club
- Gym club
Please contact the school office if you require more information.
In collaboration with Chandag Infant School and ZEST, we are now running ZEST child care - after school childcare for families of pupils attending either schools.
A before school breakfast club will operate at Chandag Infant School and an after school activities club will operate from the Junior School. Both will be open to children from Infant and Junior settings.
Please contact the school office for more information.
We have invested in ParentMail PMX which allows you to make one payment for all your children and for a number of items, including dinner money and trips etc. You receive an email receipt for each payment and you can see at a glance how much dinner money there is in your account. The school will not accept payment for any item in cash. If you would like advice about setting up PMX please contact the school office.
Staff training days: Thursday 2 and Friday 3 September 2021
Start: Monday 6 September 2021
Finish: Thursday 21 October 2021
Staff training day: Friday 22 October 2021
Staff training day: Monday 1 November 2021
Start: Tuesday 2 November 2021
Finish: Friday 17 December 2021
Start: Tuesday 4 January 2022
Finish: Thursday 17 February 2022
Staff training day: Friday 18 February 2022
Start: Monday 28 February 2022
Finish: Friday 8 April 2022
Start: Monday 25 April 2022
Finish: Thursday 26 May 2022
Staff training day: Friday 27 May 2022
Start: Monday 6 June 2022
Staff training day: Monday 11 July 2022
Finish: Thursday 21 July 2022 .
Welcome to Zest, the Multi Academy Trust's in-house catering service
Get involved in fundraising to enrich the children's experiences at CJS
We have a thriving PTA here at Chandag Junior School and hold a variety of events throughout the year. Our aim is to provide experiences and facilities for the children beyond those funded by the school. Our events are social occasions for both children and parents and we have a lot of fun.
We are always looking for new ideas, both to raise funds and give the children new experiences. The PTA is only as successful as the support it receives and we look forward to welcoming parents of children every new school year. You will be invited to the AGM in September where you will learn more about our activities.
We look forward to your support in the coming year.
Information and link to B&NES admissions process
School policy and ordering links
The vast majority of our parents and children ensure that full uniform is worn every day to school; thank you for making the children feel proud of being part of this super school!
A small number of children are repeatedly attending with trainers (not school shoes), flamboyant hair bands (not plain, simple bands as we have stated before) or coloured nail varnish. None of this is appropriate for school and should be saved for the holidays. Any child not wearing the correct uniform will be asked to have a conversation at home with their parents and ensure they attend correctly dressed the following day. Parents will be phoned directly to address this. In the event of broken footwear we expect a letter from parents to inform us, and for this to be remedied the next weekend.
If you are unsure, please contact the school office for guidance.
Details of the Chandag School uniform (Pdf, 23kb).
Once the decision has been made by the Headteacher to close the school due to bad weather, we will warn parents and carers via our ParentMail system.
School starts: 8.40am
Registration: 8.50am - 9.05am
Assembly on Mondays: 9.10am - 9.35am
Assemblies on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: 2.50pm - 3.10pm
Lunchtime:12.10pm - 1.05pm
School finishes: 3.15pm
Chandag Junior School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Eligibility to work in the UK
You must have, or be able to obtain before you start, permission to work in the UK. Further information is available on the UK Border Agency website.
The school will undertake an enhanced DBS check for the successful applicant. If you have a criminal record, you must tell us about all 'spent' and 'unspent' cautions and convictions.
We ask that you also tell us about any police reprimands/cautions/warnings that may be revealed by the request of an enhanced disclosure from the DBS. If you are shortlisted, you will be asked to bring identification to the interview and, if appointed, you will be required to complete a DBS check at an enhanced level.
We will obtain references for the successful applicant. All offers of employment are made subject to the receipt of two references, which we regard as satisfactory.
If any of your previous roles (voluntary or paid) involved working with children, young people or vulnerable adults, we will ask for information about past disciplinary issues relating to these vulnerable groups (including any in which the time penalty is 'time expired') and whether you have been subject to any child/vulnerable adult protection concerns and the outcome of any enquiry or disciplinary procedures.
Our selection process is based on each individual's own merits and abilities. The information provided in your application is evidence and used against the essential and desirable criteria required for the post.
If you are selected for interview, we will contact you with the details of the interview and explain what you need to bring. Our selection processes normally consist of a full interview programme and involves an opportunity to meet some other staff and students. For some roles you may be asked to take part in a written/practical/skills exercise.
All offers of employment are made subject to pre-employment checks including a medical questionnaire and reference returns.
Robust procedures are in place to ensure that staff who have access to children, young people and vulnerable adults or access to sensitive information about children, young people and vulnerable adults are employed safely.