A positive experience of learning in our earliest years at school sets the foundations for being an engaged and successful learner later on.
Building on the strong foundations laid down in the Infant Section, the Junior Section enjoys a strong reputation for academic success.
The classroom is a place of energy and creativity, a place of high expectations within an atmosphere of nurture and encouragement. Beyond the classroom walls, there are extensive opportunities to enjoy competitive sport, especially team games (from Year 3) which have busy and challenging fixture lists; opportunities to perform music at an excellent standard including opportunities for boys and girls to join choirs and to sing in Llandaff Cathedral, along with Drama, Dance and Elocution; opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, wildlife and outward bound activities; opportunities to get involved in action for good causes, including environmental awareness and charity.
Each pupils belongs to one of four Houses, Vaughans, Wains, Coombes and Guys, and there are plenty of inter-house activities to get involved in, creating a fun and vibrant atmosphere.
The day to day management of the Juniors is the responsibility of Chris Morgan, Acting Deputy Head (Juniors).
The best way to learn about the Juniors is to come along and visit for yourself.