Welcome to Cove Junior School!
We are currently advertising for two posts at Cove Junior School. We are looking to expand our Lunchtime Supervisors Team as well as our Learning Support Team. If you are interested you can find all of the information by clicking on "Newsletters and Documents" and then on "Jobs".
Pupils were recently asked to complete an anonymous survey on their feelings about their school. Here are just some of the results.
95% Enjoy coming to Cove Junior School.
96% Feel that the teachers encourage and support them to achieve their best.
98% Say that teaching is good at this school.
96% Tell us that they feel safe at school and that the adults care about them.
At the recent Pupil Learning Reviews the governing body invited parents to complete an anonymous survey as well. The complete results of which can be found on the Governors page but here are some of the parents' written comments as well.
"Excellent progress in my child's education over the past school year. Fantastic feedback through response marking in his books. Brilliant teaching, very pleased."
"My child has really improved since starting Cove Juniors, especially in her reading."
"I am extremely proud of how well my child is doing"
At Cove Junior School we are proud to say that our children enjoy¬†coming to school. They¬†are¬†happy, confident and caring¬†and¬†are enthusiastic about¬†their learning.¬†Our school motto ‚ÄėAiming High‚Äô sets out our commitment to encouraging them to aspire to be the best they can be; as well as providing them with the skills they will need to live happy and fulfilling future lives. ¬†
¬†The pupils were asked what our school motto, "Aiming High" means to them. Here are just a few replies.
¬†"I think it's getting really good at your work ... and everything else you do at school" Duncan (Year 3)
¬†"I think it's all about looking at the world around you and believing in yourself" Leah (Year 3)
¬†"It's all about your education and your life, so you can be a doctor or an engineer" Sneha (Year 4)
¬†"Persevering when anything in school is really hard. Trying when trying is difficult" Daniel (Year 5)