Vacancies


City Junior School aims to recruit the highest calibre of staff across all the areas of the school. We believe that investing in our staff and ensuring high levels of job satisfaction is important for its own sake and will result in the best possible experience for its pupils. Teachers and support staff consistently work with a professional, committed and enthusiastic attitude. At the same time, staff learning is seen as a strategic priority for the school.

We provide a broad range of opportunities for staff to continue their own life-long development by investing in training and support tailored to the needs of both the individual and the whole school.

There are currently no vacancies at the school. If you would like to register your interest in working with us, please email enquiries@cityjuniorschool.org.uk.


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Learning

We place kindness and compassion at the heart of what we teach and offer a modern, forward-thinking and academically rigorous education which enables children to be creative, collaborative and independent thinkers.

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Wellbeing

Children leave the junior school ready to thrive at our senior schools, equipped with skills, experiences and friendships that will help them flourish throughout their lives.

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Admissions

City Junior School is a unique place to learn, and we are delighted that you are considering joining us. We aim to make the admissions process as seamless and transparent as possible. This section of our website reflects the most up-to-date information and dates for entry in the coming academic year.

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Maths

Royal Institution Primary Mathematics Masterclasses

We are delighted that three of our Year 5 pupils have been allocated places on the The Royal Institution's autumn series of Primary Mathematics Masterclasses.

We are delighted that three of our Year 5 pupils have been allocated places on the The Royal Institution's autumn series of Primary Mathematics Masterclasses.

These co-curricular workshops connect pupils with scientists and STEM enthusiasts, giving them an insight into the depth and breadth of these fields. The masterclasses take place on Saturday mornings, over a six-week period at The Royal Institution of Great Britain. Last Saturday, Ming-Yi, Cynthia and Anaya had the opportunity to meet Dr. Ems Lord from the University of Cambridge. Dr Ems is Director of NRICH at the Faculty of Education, and a Research Fellow in the Sciences at Clare Hall, University of Cambridge. She is also Chair of the Mathematical Association.

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Year 4 trip to The Hive

On Thursday, Year 4 visited The Hive at Epping Forest to take part in a fun outdoor learning day.

On Thursday, Year 4 visited The Hive at Epping Forest to take part in a fun outdoor learning day.

Each class had the opportunity to play fun team building games and exciting and creative den building! Here is what Year 4 had to say: "I very much enjoyed the den building. It was the best activity ever, even though it sometimes fell apart. Also, I loved the broad steps in the team building set up. It was great that my team won. I felt happy we won something together" - William "My favourite part of the trip was doing the obstacle course. It was fun to lead our friends around the course blindfolded!" - Ebba "I loved doing the low…