Cromwell Street, Nechells, Birmingham B7 5BA
10 reasons to choose Cromwell Junior and Infant School
Cromwell Junior and Infant School has a Schoolsmith Score® of 70. It is one of the best state primary schools in Birmingham and one of the 6 best independent or state primaries within 3 miles.
Cromwell Junior and Infant School is a state primary school for boys and girls (50%/50%) between the ages of 3 and 11 years. It is an academy converter. The school is one of the 2 members of Cromwell Learning Community Academy Trust. The school was also rated as Outstanding by Ofsted in its last (2014) inspection. Reception places are usually oversubscribed every year, on first preference.
Average class size
Cromwell Junior and Infant School has one class per year, and an average class size of 30 pupils.
Average Year 6 SATS results from 2016-19 and 2022 show that Cromwell Junior and Infant School ranks in the top 9% of schools in the country by attainment. By the same measure, progress score rank the school in the top 8% of schools.
The Cromwell Junior and Infant School curriculum
School curriculum also includes PSHE, Spanish. There is topic-based and thematic teaching for some foundation subjects. There may be an occasional extra-curricular academic or hobby club.
More on the curriculum
There are regular educational trips for all year groups and visiting speakers.
Most lessons are taught by the class teacher with specialist teaching for music and sport.
Sport at Cromwell Junior and Infant School
School offers PE and up to 10 seasonal sports. Representative teams in major sports from Year 3.
The Arts at Cromwell Junior and Infant School
Art and music are taught as discrete subjects to all pupils. DT, drama, dance integrated into other subjects. Choir. There are some extra-curricular creative and performing arts clubs.
School hours are from 8.50am to 3.30pm. Clubs can extend the school day to 4.25pm.
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