24th November 2023
£16, 658.67 - £18, 878.60 (actual)
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20th November 2023
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Cordwalles Junior School is a 2 form entry school which promotes inclusion and mutual respect within a safe, caring and stimulating environment. We cater for children between 7 and 11 years of age and have a spacious, well resourced building and grounds. Click on the link below to see how our classrooms transform each term to enhance the topic based learning.
Amenities include a large, well stocked library, science room, music/drama and art studios, learning support rooms and learning bays. There is a large hall with a stage, lighting and sound system. The school has a separate dining hall which also houses our popular Breakfast Club.
Outside we have four playground areas, a large playing field with long jump and high jump pits, a sensory garden, pond/environmental area and allotment. We have lovely aerial footage of Cordwalles, Pine Ridge and Lorraine schools showing our beautiful grounds, please click here to view it. These facilities lend themselves to extensive opportunities for outdoor learning. The school has two mini buses which are regularly used for trips and sporting fixtures.
For a virtual tour of our school classrooms please click here.
GLF Schools promotes a cross-cluster collaborative approach, allowing colleagues to share expertise and experience, ensuring all children in our schools receive an excellent education and reach their potential. Through this cluster model, GLF Schools is committed to providing opportunities for professional development and career progression.
Our School sits within a newly established cluster of Primary schools, overseen by a Regional Director. Along with Cordwalles, our cluster includes the following other schools; Springfield Primary School, Hammond Junior School, Lightwater Village School, Pine Ridge Infant School, and Lorraine Infant School.
GLF Schools is a Multi-Academy Trust established in 2012. We believe that every child in our schools can achieve the highest academic standards whilst enjoying a vibrant, challenging and rich curriculum. What we say in our motto is true: "Where Children Grow, Learn and Flourish." Whilst operating as a part of a family, each of our schools has its own distinct character and culture which is respectful of its community and context but their utmost common ground is that it is our staff that make each school. Our collective GLF culture is built upon caring for our children and students by enabling our staff to provide the best possible education with the resources at our disposal.
We have a simple mission. "To be a supportive family of schools where together we grow, learn and flourish”.
Joining GLF schools brings a wealth of opportunity both personally and professionally. Each school in our trust has its own individual identity, while benefiting from the expertise that comes from a dedicated and experienced support team. GLF Schools will recognise your skills, encourage creativity and provide opportunities for you to grow, learn and flourish. As a member of staff you can expect GLF to invest in your career progression, provide a bespoke career development plan and offer the potential to be fast tracked into leadership. GLF Schools has a generous employment offer which allows our colleagues to Grow, Learn and Flourish.
For more information about the benefits of working for GLF, please click here to visit our GLF Careers page.
Our school is located in Camberley, which has a good mix of accommodation, independent shops and high street names as well as a purpose built, modern entertainment complex “The Atrium”, featuring a wide selection of restaurants, a children’s indoor pay area, cinema and bowling. Both The Mall Camberley and The Atrium shopping centre have experienced a flurry of new tenants since the start of 2014, which are a welcome addition to the already vibrant town centre. The surrounding villages have an incredible history starting in the neo-lithic period, moving through to a Royal hunting ground at Bagshot Park in the 14th century and notorious highway men in the 17 and 18th centuries. The military arrived in 1853 and the National Rifle Association came to Bisley in 1890.
There are 2 museums with free entry: the Royal Logistical Corps Museum at Deepcut Barracks, and the in Camberley where the heathland story is a permanent display. The Surrey Heath Archaeology Centre at Bagshot houses many exciting finds and gives regular talks by resident and visiting experts.
is a multi-award winning “Green Flag” park and includes access to the Canal, a miniature railway, pitch and putt, “Flourish” community garden, BBQ hire, play areas and sports pitches. Health and fitness opportunities are numerous including two purpose built leisure centres (and Lightwater), private gyms, numerous golf courses (including Camberley Heath, Pine Ridge and Windlesham) and water sports on Mytchett Lake.
is situated south of the town centre on the . It is connected to , and by with two trains per hour in either direction. Nearby (situated perpendicular to the on the border of , Surrey and ) on the is operated by , with trains running to , , and .
Several bus companies operate routes through Camberley including: to Bracknell; to Guildford via Woking; to Aldershot, Basingstoke and Farnborough; and Dicksons Travel to and