Notice Board 

Behaviour, rewards and Consequences Powerpoint click here

Behaviour Rules and Safety Powerpoint click here




Lower School Carol Service at St John's

 Church, 2 pm


Non Uniform Day 

Hot Christmas Lunch


Upper School Carol Service at St John's

Church, 2pm


Last day of term

finish at 3.15 pm

Weekly Newsletter

Autumn Clubs 2018

Autumn  Dates for Parents

Key stage 2 sats results


Parent Forum on Assessment

 To watch the video made by our Parents' Road Safety Group - click here

 Maths Workshop Information

  Click Here

100 Club Draw

Click Here to see the winners


Welcome to Our School

A very warm welcome to the Copthorne C.E. Junior School website. We are a happy, lively, caring school and serve the vibrant, strong Copthorne community.  

We are a school with a strong Christian ethos, which underpins our curriculum. Copthorne C.E. Junior School has committed, enthusiastic and conscientious staff who plan carefully for the different learning needs and learning styles of the children in their classes.

We provide our children with an exciting, enriching and challenging curriculum so that they become confident, happy, well behaved and independent learners.  

We believe that good communication between home and school is vital for children to succeed in their learning.  To encourage this we have a weekly newsletter sent out by ParentMail or hard copy, an open-door policy as well as curriculum meetings, consultations, reports and clear expectations for homework.

This is just a snapshot view of what Copthorne C.E. Junior School offers to parents, but please feel free to arrange a visit to see for yourself.

Joanna Francis


Pupil of the Week 7th December 2018

Sienna, Kate, Afia, Ava, Edward, Caleb, Antonio.



 Sir Ranulph Fiennes says “Hi” to House Fiennes!

Mr T came face-to-face with the “World’s Greatest Living Explorer”, Sir Ranulph Fiennes, and told him that he is one of Copthorne Junior’s House        Captains! He was truly honoured to have been chosen and found time out of  planning his next expedition to answer questions sent to him by the pupils, sign a photo and even send us his latest book, complete with a message of encouragement for his house team to win this term’s House Treat! He is expecting updates on how House Fiennes is progressing … so they had better keep up the good work!