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INSET days and school holidays


Schools allocate 5 extra days for INSET training. If convenient, we try to link with the Infant School for dates to alleviate childcare, but this isn't always possible because of different needs and requirements for training within each school.


The standard Hampshire School calendar can be accessed via the link below:


In 2018 -19 the Junior & Infant INSET days coincide and fall on the following dates:


Monday 3rd September (so the first day of Autumn term is Tuesday 4th September)

Monday 29th October

Friday 21st December

Monday 22nd July 2019

Tuesday 23rd July 2019


Please note that the holidays do not necessarily match those of our link secondary school, Mountbatten. Please check their website for information.



Link to NBJS page on Hampshire County Council's website



Payments using Tucasi


This system allows you to make payments for school dinners, trips and music lessons.

This is an external payment system and can be accessed via this link:



School uniform

Here are photographs of our uniform:


Grey or black school trousers or tailored school shorts

Grey or black school skirts - green checked summer dress

Sweatshirts or cardigans with the school logo (available from Skoolkit)

White polo (with or without logo) or white shirts/blouses

Sensible black school shoes


Each child is allocated to a house and should have a sports t-shirt in the appropriate colour (red/sky/green/yellow - available from Skoolkit)

Black shorts for indoor gym and outdoors or jogging bottoms for outdoor sport when the weather is cold

Appropriate footwear for the type of activity (trainers/boots for outdoors, indoor PE is done bare-foot)


(Shinpads & football boots will be needed when playing in area tournaments)

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Picture 2

Permission to use child's image form

Hampshire School Dinners Menu Choice:

School Travel Plan - Park & Stride

Information letter given out at Year 2 -> new Year 3 parent meeting

Is my child well enough to go to school? NHS information regarding common childhood illnesses