I am pleased to be able to offer you a warm welcome to our website. Town Junior has played a part in the life of Sutton Coldfield since 1825 when it was opened in the building that now houses Sutton Baptist Church on Victoria Road. The school moved to it’s present site on Ebrook Road in 1981 and currently has 240 key stage 2 children on roll in 8 classes.
School leaders, governors and staff are ambitious for all pupils...
“School leaders, governors and staff are ambitious for all pupils. They have high
expectations of what pupils can achieve. Pupils rise to these expectations. The
reading, writing and mathematics curriculum is well developed. As a result, pupils
are achieving well in these subjects.”
Pupils enjoy the exciting trips, visitors and activities that teachers plan for them...
“Pupils enjoy the exciting trips, visitors and activities that teachers plan for them.
They are linked to the curriculum. This helps to bring pupils’ learning to life. As a
result, pupils are enthusiastic about their lessons and their learning.”
Pupils are happy and enjoy school...
“Pupils are happy and enjoy school. They are polite, courteous and respectful to each
other and staff. Pupils trust the adults they work with. They say they are well cared
for and feel safe. Pupils behave well, know the school rules and follow them. They
understand what bullying is and say that when it happens staff deal with it quickly.”
Pupils understand how to keep themselves healthy...
“Pupils understand how to keep themselves healthy. They learn to do this through
assemblies and healthy eating workshops. Pupils enjoy a wide range of sporting
clubs. They get the chance to study different cultures. Pupils are encouraged to
become thoughtful and responsible citizens.”