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Stratford Road, Birmingham, West Midlands B28 9AJ

01214643840

enquiry@hallgrnj.bham.sch.uk

We are very proud to have been named as one of the top 10 schools in Birmingham according to the Sunday Times.

Welcome

Hall Green Junior School has a federated Governing Board with the Infant School.  

Governors hold a full Governing Board Meeting at least once a term.  As well as this, there are other full Governing Board meeting for specific areas and committees meet during the term.  The structure for the Governing Board is:

Standards (all Governors), Safeguarding (all Governors), Finance and Staffing.

Our current governors are:
Mr R Connolly (Chair of Governors)
Ms M Charles (junior school headteacher)
Mrs J Wood (infant school headteacher)
Miss S Haworth (co-opted governor)
Mr Z Hussein (co-opted governor)
Dr W Ahmad (parent governor)
Mrs L Constable (junior school staff governor)
Ms R Goulding (infant school staff governor)
Mr S Virdee (LA governor)

Current vacancies:  1 x parent governor, 2 x co-opted governors

For the results of parent governor elections November 2022, please click here.

 

Click here to read our Governing Board Code of Conduct.

Click here to see attendance at GB Meetings for 201-22

The Hall Green Junior and Infants Schools Federated Governing Body vision:

Vision:

Working together to deliver excellence for every child as we guide them along their learning journey.

The schools aims to ensure that ...

everyone belongs and feels safe and valued; school is a place where our diverse talents are celebrated and nurtured

we develop and strengthen each child’s personal qualities including moral values and respect for all all children make excellent progress and achieve very well we have high expectations for every child children are inspired by excellent teaching

we have an exciting curriculum that prepares children for an ever-changing, technological future and equips them with fundamental skills for life

we support our children and staff to be healthy - both physically and emotionally children develop the attitudes and strategies they need to become successful lifelong learners children understand their rights and responsibilities within the local, national and global communities

To help achieve this we have a long-term strategic plan for the schools:

Outstanding achievement and progress - to consistently achieve well above the national average in terms of pupil outcomes and progress in reading, writing and maths.

Excellent Teaching and Learning - to continually develop the effectiveness of teaching through high quality professional development to ensure we meet the needs of all our children so they make excellent progress Inspirational curriculum - to continue to develop a broad and rich school curriculum that excites and engages all pupils.

Staff and Pupil Wellbeing - to continue to develop effective strategies that support the health and wellbeing of pupils and staff, developing strong learning strategies throughout the school. Innovative use of resources to support children’s learning and progress