- About JCP
What is bus club?
This is a provision whereby a member of staff supervises and escorts any Key Stage 2 children to the JCG site in time to catch a school bus
Pupils must be booked into the school bus club, in advance, by using the link below.
There is no cost for our bus club at present
Children attending bus club must meet in the library at 3pm after they have been dismissed from their class and wait with the bus club supervisor until 3.30pm, at which time they will be escorted across to JCG to board their bus. Your child must be comfortable and confident with this arrangement.
Details regarding the school bus service can be found on the Liberty Bus website www.libertybus.je
If you wish your child to have a mobile phone with them, this must be handed in to the class teacher at the start of each day and should only be used to contact you if needed.
For Safeguarding reasons, should your child not need to attend bus club on a day you have booked, it is imperative that you contact us to advise.
Any queries, please contact :firstname.lastname@example.org
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What parenting support is there?
These websites can offer you further support:
Do you have a PTA?
We have an active and dedicated PTA. Through the year they organise many events and activities, which provide the school with additional funds to spend (over and above the allocated school budget.) This allows the PTA to consider requests from Teachers for developments and resources that would benefit the children. These requests range from small everyday things that the children love, like playground toys, to contributing to, or paying for much larger items such as the classroom interactive whiteboards in each class or the Owl House-a wooden outdoor used for Forest School.
Who are we?
All Parents and Teachers are considered members of the PTA. Meetings are held every six weeks and usually take place at school in the early evening, for around an hour. Those who come along to committee meetings decide how money should be raised, and spent. However it isn’t necessary to attend, so even if you’re able to attend one or two, or put your name forward as a willing volunteer during events, it all helps.
The PTA puts on cake sales, cinema evenings, dress-down days and the biggest event of the year is the School Fete; an enjoyable day for children, parents and Teachers. Last year, we purchased new sports bibs that were embroidered, IT visualisers (special tools which hover over a child’s work, revealing it on the whiteboard at the front of the class) and equipped the kitchen for cooking classes and Design & Technology.
How can you help
The PTA is fortunate to have a number of committed members and volunteers, who help to make the PTA a success. Inevitably, each year when the Year 6 girls move across to JCG, we lose members and volunteers and we look forward to the new ideas and help from new parents and those who find their other commitments have eased. If you’d like to attend or help in any way, please get in touch by email via email@example.com. Your ideas and help will be very welcome. Please check the school calendar and newsletters for upcoming meetings and events. We welcome all parents wishing to join us.
Do you have school clubs?
Yes! You can find out more about our clubs here.
Do you have a uniform list?
Yes we do, please visit our Uniform page here.
What is Jersey Premium?
Jersey Premium is a targeted funding programme for schools which has been introduced to help all children get the very best from their education. States fee-paying and non-fee-paying schools have received extra funding for their eligible pupils since January 2017.
Do you offer financial assistance?
Yes, we do. You can find out more here.