As well as this page of our website, remember to take a look at our BGJS News Gallery and Sports Gallery to find out more about what has been happening at our school!
Please look at our Key Dates 2019/20 document and write all of our social events on your calendar! Christmas Fayre, Outdoor Nativity, Summer Fayre and BGJS Community Festival to name just a few. We look forward to seeing you!
(If you or anyone you know is interested in volunteering to perform at our 2020 festival, please email the school office. Thanks!)
What a great night this was for our community back in 2017...
Thanks to Mr. Wingfield for this fantastic video!
It really does captures how much fun we had celebrating our 50th Anniversary here at BGJS!
Thanks as always to our fantastic PA and to all other volunteers for their time and support. We couldn't have done it without you!
Please find below our latest Road Safety video. The children really enjoyed making it.
HEROES WEEKWe are excited to announce that we are hosting our first ever Heroes Week! Following on from our work as a school on Black History Month, as well as the Diversity and Equality Training we recently completed as a staff as part of our September INSET Days, we have devised this new inclusive...Read Full Story
MEET OUR NEW HOUSE CAPTAINSMany of our wonderful Year 6 made videos at home for all classes to watch during our HOUSE CAPTAIN ELECTION AFTERNOON last Friday. Every one of our pupils had a vote and the results were announced earlier this week. Well done to everyone who put themselves forward for a position. Your confid...Read Full Story
ON YOUR BIKEOur Year 4 and 6 have been completing their Bikeability lessons recently. Our children seem to really enjoy getting out in the fresh air and learning more about how to keep themselves safe when riding. Furthermore, we intend to create opportunities for Bike Support lessons later in the...Read Full Story
BG HARVEST FESTIVAL- FRIDAY 18TH SEPTEMBERWith many churches in our community still closed and educational establishments unable to celebrate Harvest Festival in the normal way, Bournes Green Schools have come together to organise a contactless food collection. Harvest is an important time of year for many charities who rely on the donation...Read Full Story
WELCOME BACKWe are back and it is fantastic to see and hear all of our children enjoying BGJS again! Thank you to everyone for their support and patience throughout. A reminder that a tweaked, most recent version of our full Risk Assessment (following latest government guidance) and COMMUNIT...Read Full Story
END OF TERM YOUTUBE VIDEODuring the past couple of weeks, we have created an ‘End of Term’ video for you all. We hope it will make you smile.Read Full Story
REPORTS 2020For those that have not already seen on the Happy Friday email, you will be sent your child’s report via email. The email will be titled REPORT 2020. Thank you for your continued support.Read Full Story
BGJS YOUTUBE CHANNEL UPDATEMany new videos can be seen on our BGJS YouTube channel! As you know, the first type of videos we uploaded were STAFF STORY TIMES where members of our BGJS staff read an extract or whole book for your pleasure. There is a new Story Time video on there this week, featuring our Deputy...Read Full Story
WE'RE FOREVER PLANNING BUBBLESWell, for this half term anyway! Home Learning tasks will continue to be set on our learning platforms for every year group throughout Summer 2. In addition to this, we have decided to share English and Maths Bubble planning for every year group each week. You can choose what you use/ do and this is...Read Full Story
COMMUNICATION UPDATEThank you all for your patience in waiting for further information and details regarding our plans for reopening BGJS in June. As you can imagine, it is no exaggeration to say that there are hundreds of factors that need careful consideration and this takes time to ensure that we are doing all we ca...Read Full Story
A SPECIAL THOUGHT FOR YEAR 6Mr Sykes and Miss Crumbie sent our Year 6 team an email this week...Read Full Story
SECAT UPDATE 10/05/20The plan that the Prime Minister set out on Sunday evening, stipulates that the same 5 rules still apply and previous restrictions will also apply for our schools. The schools will remain closed. The provision in our Richmond Avenue primary and Shoeburyness High secondary Hubs, will continue...Read Full Story