Our School

Welcome to Cromwell Junior and Infants School, a vibrant mainstream school in inner city Birmingham. We hope that you enjoy finding out about us.

 

Our School Vision

"If children are happy they will achieve... we seek to educate the whole child, paying particular attention to their emotional and intellectual well-being."

 

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School times

 

 

Nursery

Reception

Y1,2 and 3

Y4,5 and 6

Start time

8.55am

8.55am

8.55am

8.55am

Lunchtime

11.45am- 12.45am

11.50am-12.50pm

11.55am-

12.50pm

12.40pm –

1.30pm

End of day

3.00pm

3.15pm

3.15pm

3.15pm

 

Parents are requested to leave children in the playground at 8.55 and collect them from the playground at 3.15.

Assemblies

Assembly is held on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays with time for reflection on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  There is a good work assembly most Fridays and half termly achievement assemblies. Letters will be sent home to invite family to our special assemblies.

 

Playtime

Playtime is 10.30-10.45 for Y1,2 and 3 and 10.45-11.00 for Y4,5 and 6.Children have a variety of activities they can enjoy  in this time, including using the trim trail, climbing frame, football cage, a well developed wooded garden or many of the other exciting equipment set out each day.

Snacks

Fresh fruit is provided daily for all children Nursery to year 6. Milk is also provided for children from Nursery to year 2. The school has provided a water bottle for every child in the school.  The children can access these throughout the school day.  Class monitors ensure the bottles are filled every morning and cleaned regularly.

 

School Houses

Cromwell school pupils are automatically placed into a school "house" when they arrive in Year 1. The houses are named after precious stones: diamonds, rubies, emeralds and sapphires. House points are gained for all manner of good work and behaviour around the school and contribute towards a half-termly total where the winning house members receive some quality time out of the classroom with their peers for a morning or afternoon. The best house for the year also wins a trip to the local cinema, or bowling or such.