The Office

Term dates

2018 - 2019

Term 1

Start: Wednesday 5th September 2018
Finish: Friday 26th October 2018

Staff training days: Monday 3rd September and Tuesday 4th September 2018

Term 2

Start: Tuesday 6th November 2018
Finish: Thursday 20th December 2018

Staff training day: Monday 5th November WMAT conference and Friday 21st December 2018

Term 3

Start: Monday 7th January 2019
Finish: Friday 15th February 2019

Term 4

Start: Tuesday 26th February 2019
Finish: Friday 5th April 2019

Staff training day: Monday 25th February 2019

Term 5

Start: Tuesday 23 April 2019
Finish: Thursday 23rd May 2019

Staff training day: Friday 24th May

Term 6

Start: Monday 3rd June 2019
Finish: Tuesday 23rd July 2019

Printer-friendly version: term dates 2018-2019 (Pdf, 49kb)

Admissions policy

Information and link to B&NES admission

If you are intending to apply for a place at our school then you may be interested to read our admissions policy (Pdf, 136kb).

For more information on school admissions in Bath and North East Somerset Council please see a primary school for your child booklet (Pdf, 1.4mb).

The deadline for appliying for a primary school place in 2019 is 14th January 2019.


Newsletters are weekly and sent to parents and carers through Parentmail.


School money: online payments

The school will no longer take payment for any item in cash. We have invested time and money in ParentMail PMX which allows you to make one payment for all your children and for a number of items, 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.

School catering service

Welcome to Zest, the Multi Academy Trust's in-house catering service

Zest is proud to say it delivers great homemade food using fresh, healthy, local ingredients at an affordable price for our staff and students to enjoy.

See Zest's menu:  Spring Term 2019 (Pdf, 3mb)


School policy information

Please see our school attendance policy (Pdf, 775kb)

Music tuition

We are pleased to offer our pupils the opportunity to learn a variety of muical instruments during their time at the school.

Currently, we have teachers visiting the school who teach:

  • Violin
  • Recorder
  • Guitar


A letter comes out annually in the summer term giving details of the arrangements for the following year.

Please speak to the office for any further information.

School PTA

Get involved in fundraising

We have a thriving PTA here at Chandag Junior 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.





Chandag Junior School latest Ofsted report October 2012

Amongst other things, OFSTED said that:

"Pupils’ behaviour is outstanding and enables
them to concentrate on their learning.
Relationships across all groups are good and
pupils show positive attitudes in a wellordered
and happy school. They feel safe,
know whom to ask for help if it is needed,
and have a good understanding of how to
keep themselves safe."

Read the full Ofsted report (Pdf, 171kb)

Annual parent/carer consultation


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).