We are a happy school that takes pride in our fully inclusive approach and our strong commitment to educating the whole child. We hope that you are able to get a sense of our fantastic school community through browsing our website. It is thanks to the supportive and strong partnership between children, parents, staff, governors and the wider community itself that we are able to achieve so much.
Visitors frequently comment on the friendly, positive and welcoming atmosphere at our school. Attendance and behaviour are excellent and we have a good reputation in both the local and wider community. We like to learn together, have fun and enjoy celebrating success.
Jubilee celebrations at KJS!27 May 2022
Jubilee celebrations at KJS. Fish and Chip picnic, lots of lovely artwork and home made scones and jam!27 May 2022
Year 6 have been learning about the effect poaching has on wild animals and communities. This work was produced at home - isn't it fantastic?25 May 2022
Some amazing double page spreads about Norwich Market. Well done Year 4!25 May 2022
Exciting news! On Friday 10th June parents are invited to come and see the entries in the KJS Summer Show! For homework, during half term and the following week to the 10th June, children and families are invited to submit items to the Summer Show. Categories decided by our House Captains and passed by the School Council are as follows: 1. Make a collage of your favourite animal 2. Create a 3D animal/dinosaur or monster made of vegetables 3. Bake something sweet 4. Ice a biscuit as a self portrait 5. Dress a potato to look like your teacher 6. Decorate a hard boiled egg as a king, queen or historical figure 7. Paint or draw a picture of the countryside 8. Create a garden on a plate 9. Write and decorate a poem about Summertime 10. Create a 'junk' sculpture 11. Family category: create your favourite book or film in a shoe box 12. Parent category: bake a jubilee cake24 May 2022