Alverstoke Church of England Junior School

Love

Courage

Respect

Welcome to our school

I feel very privileged to lead this school and be part of such a committed team and fantastic community that strives to achieve the very best outcomes for pupils.

At Alverstoke Junior School we set high expectations and believe that everyone should be the best they can be.  Our aim is to provide high quality education for every child in a friendly, caring environment, working in close partnership with pupils, parents and the local community.

It is important to us that children have high aspirations, are stimulated and challenged, take responsibility for their actions and most of all enjoy their time with us.  Our focus is on educating the whole child; ensuring that they develop emotionally, socially, morally, spiritually and academically.  We strive to build life-long skills that will allow children to adapt to an ever-changing world and to lead a happy and successful life.

As a Church of England school, our Core Christian Values of Love, Courage and Respect lie at the heart of what we do.  They underpin the Christian distinctiveness of our school and engender a special sense of community where everyone is cared for, listened to and appreciated. Through these values we develop children’s understanding of their roles and responsibilities as friends, peers, members of the school community and citizens of the world.

We are committed to providing an exciting curriculum that encourages deep thinking, reflection and enjoyment of learning and are currently developing it further to place philosophical enquiry and social, moral, spiritual and cultural concepts at its heart.

Alverstoke Junior School is an exciting place to be.  To find out more about what we do, please explore our website.

Visits to the school from prospective parents are warmly welcomed.  If you would like to see our school for yourself, please contact the school office and make an appointment.  We would love to meet you.

With very best wishes

Clare Slowther

Headteacher