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Welcome to Kiveton Park Meadows Junior School

Welcome to KPMJ, where everyone gets treated equally. We will make sure you will feel safe and happy at this caring school.

Neve, Anna and Zachary

Year 6

We are a busy, friendly school, with lots of exciting things going on. Our website aims to give you a taster of life in our school, as well as providing regular updated information for parents and pupils.  

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Our Vision

 

At Kiveton Park Meadows Junior School, pupils know that Learning Means the World. Through rich curriculum opportunities and with a strong focus on personal development, we support our children in becoming outward facing citizens of their community and the wider world.

Together we use the curriculum drivers;

  • Communication

  • Conflict

  • Culture

  • Conservation

to focus our thinking and explore relevant, world issues.

Through our values;

  • Courage

  • Creativity

  • Community

  • Commitment

we work together to provide a happy, safe environment in which everyone can thrive.

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Key Information

Queries

Our office can be reached on 01909 771207 where you will most likely speak to Diane Erskine (Administrative Assistant)  who will deal with any queries.

Breakfast Club

We offer a breakfast club at Kiveton Park Meadows Junior School.  The club runs daily 7.50am - 8.50am (term time only).  Entry via the dining room door.  Bookings and payments via school money please before midnight the night before.  Breakfast of cereal, toast, yoghurt and a drink. £4 per day.

The School Day

School starts at 9:00am and finishes at 3:20pm

Children should arrive at school about five minutes before the start of the morning session. The school accepts responsibility for the care of the children from 8.50am onwards when our school caretaker, Mr Dove, welcomes pupils onto the playground.  Pupils should not arrive before this time.  Please ensure that children keep to the pavements when walking to and from school. No crossing patrol operates at lunchtime or after school. 

 
Children who have to leave the premises early should be collected by a parent or nominated adult. They will need to sign that they have collected the child.   

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