South Green Junior School

South Green Junior School

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"Pupils say that South Green Junior School is amazing and that lessons are always packed with excitement and adventure."Ofsted 2016

"The walls are adorned with good-quality work."Ofsted 2016

"The Head Teacher and her effective team build pupils' confidence to approach their work with the mind-set that they 'can do that'." Ofsted 2016

"In every lesson pupils were able to say what they were learning and how they would know if they were successful in their learning."Ofsted 2016

"Pupils say that they feel very safe in school." Ofsted 2016

"Senior leaders work extremely well together, complementing each other's skills well." Ofsted 2016

"There are numerous examples throughout the school of the high expectations set about 'how we want to be at South Green." Ofsted 2016

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BCT/TSA

 

The Billericay Community Trust (BCT) is a registered charity comprising of fifteen schools in Billericay, Anglia Ruskin University and Billericay Educational Consortium. Through working with partners within and beyond the Trust, the BCT’s aims are:

• Delivering excellence in learning through enhanced collaboration between all learning providers

• Maximising efficient use of resources

• promotion of community cohesion

Delivering excellence in learning through enhanced collaboration between all learning providers

In recent years the BCT has been designated Teaching School Status. This has enabled the Trust to work beyond the boundaries of Billericay to develop excellence in teaching, learning and leadership. An integral part of this work is to develop high quality primary and secondary teachers from trainees through to senior leaders.

Maximising efficient use of resources

Headteachers have a strong shared belief that through the pooling of resources they can maximise the impact of resources available. Schools meet regularly to review best value in terms of quality, consistency, efficiency and cost. Schools jointly employ a Home/School Liaison worker, Language worker, two Home/School Attendance Officers and children’s counseling services for the benefit of children and families in their care.

Promotion of community cohesion

The BCT works with a range of local partners to ensure that schools and education remain at the heart of the community.