STRONGER TOGETHER

COVID-19

In line with the government guidelines, our school is closed to the majority of students.  We are still here to support you and your child and information relating to Home Learning and contact details have been shared with you.  This information can also be accessed on our Home Learning page.

If you have any concerns about the safety of a child please contact MASH on 0300 126 1000.

If you need any other support for your family, please contact head@irthlingborough-jun.northants-ecl.gov.uk

Welcome

We seek excellence in all that we undertake. We aim to inspire your child with confidence in their own ability so that they love coming to school and learning. Our curriculum is packed full of interesting and exciting learning opportunities as well as being broad and balanced.

Irthlingborough Junior School is thriving because we see education as a partnership between committed staff, interested parents and motivated pupils. We provide a caring and safe environment, where children can discuss and explore issues of growing up and developing as successful members of the community.

Our children learn how to manage and benefit from the increasingly complex world in which we live. They can then transfer successfully and confidently to the next phase of their education.

Our links with Irthlingborough Nursery and Infant School, Huxlow Science College, St Peter's Church and the local community help develop a wider sense of responsibility, instilling in our children a sense of individual worth and a respect for others.

We benefit enormously from the support of a creative and developmental local governing body and a hard-working Home School Association. We are proud to be part of the Learning for Life Education Trust.

We expect that you will want to play an active role in your child's education. We value the support and the goodwill of our parents. By working together in a positive partnership, we can create the best possible opportunities for your child and we look forward to sharing their development with you.

Mr N Garley, Head Teacher