WELCOME TO HOWARD JUNIOR SCHOOL
"Together Everyone Achieves More"
We are in the top 5% of schools nationally for Reading Progress
and in the top 10% of schools nationally for Maths Progress!
We are firmly committed to ensuring that all children have the opportunity to fulfil their potential. Our ethos and values contribute to making this objective a reality. These are outlined below:
All children have the right to attend a school that provides a safe, supportive and inspiring educational experience.
The Academy is a place where children progress academically, socially and morally.
- All children have the right to aim high and be given the skills, knowledge and understanding needed to pursue their dreams and ambitions.
- Academy staff, pupils, parents, governors and members of the local and wider community all have a vital role to play in the development and progression of our children.
- Everyone in our Academy is a learner; we progress together and in doing so continually strive to shift boundaries and exceed expectations, ultimately to the benefit of our children.
Two students from Howard Junior School, Norfolk’s Apple Regional Training Centre, recently enrolled on and successfully completed the Apple Teacher training scheme. Apple Teacher is designed to support and celebrate practitioners who embed Apple technology in to their teaching, something which Howard Junior School has excelled at for years. By completing the Apple Teacher scheme,…
A leading children’s author inspired youngsters when she visited their school before the Easter break. Helen Moss, who is best known for the Adventure Island series of books, which have been published worldwide, paid a visit to the Howard Junior School. Helen, pictured above with a group of pupils, presented awards for attendance, good behaviour…
Howard Junior School, in Gaywood, enjoyed an ‘out-of-this world’ experience when an alien crash landed on their school field this week. There was wreckage everywhere and Year 3 pupils with iPads rushed out of assembly to view the crash site and document it. As they studied the wreckage, an alien emerged, which helped pupils learn…