Welcome to the Banstead Community Junior School Website.

Welcome to the Banstead Community Junior

School Website 




Click the image above to go to the BCJS School Blog. This is regularly updated with news, award winners and other exciting activities.


Click the above image to go to the BCJS Youtube Channel. Here you will find a range of great videos that have been made at BCJS.


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Look at the BansteadJunior Google+ site to see a range of our photos and videos.




Welcome to the Banstead Community Junior School Website.

We hope that you enjoy exploring our site. Please sign our guestbook and tell us what you think.

Banstead Community Junior School

The Horseshoe

Banstead, Surrey


Telephone: 01737 351788       

Fax: 01737 373055

Email: info@banstead-junior.surrey.sch.uk

Location: http://www.multimap.com/map/browse.cgi?pc=SM72BQ



Explore our Staying Safe at BCJS blog by clicking here.



Safeguarding of the pupils at the school is of the highest importance.  To find out more please refer to our Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy under Documents on this website.

Banstead Community Junior School has a reputation for being a successful and friendly school.

We are very fortunate to have such wonderful facilities. These include two playgrounds, a large sports field, a swimming pool, pond and wildlife area, a pavilion, trim trail and a Greek garden which we use as an outdoor classroom, and another outdoor classroom in our garden area.

The School is divided into two buildings, housing twelve classrooms, an art room, a music/learning room, a mixed practical room with cooking facilities, a library, ICT Suite and a multi-purpose hall.


There are currently 310 children in the school, ages range from 7 to 11 years.  

This picture shows our current School Captains and Vice-Captains.


Our school aims are:


To create a secure, happy, caring and supportive community in which the confidence and self-esteem of every member can grow.


To ensure that the curriculum is broad and balanced and within which every pupil has the opportunity to achieve their full potential.


To ensure pupils become independent in their learning and to develop positive attitudes and values towards others in the school and community. 








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