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Our vision is to achieve happy, safe and enthusiastic learners and staff who are aspirational, respectful and capable of critical thinking. All children achieve their academic potential on our Learning Journey to Success.

Welcome to Lyndhurst Junior School – A Kings Group Academy


A message from the Head of School

Welcome to our website.  I hope that you find the information here informative and helpful.  Should you have any further queries, please do get in touch with our friendly office team who will be happy to help you.

At Lyndhurst Junior School we believe in family.  In our school family we value each individual and seek to encourage everyone to be successful.  We believe in having high expectations of pupils and staff alike; always striving to achieve our individual best and celebrating our successes whilst ensuring that we encourage pupils to see mistakes as opportunities to learn.

We are delighted with the progress that the children are making this year and the resilience that they are showing during these unprecedented times.  We are also proud of our relationship with our local community and parents who we consider to be our extended Lyndhurst Family.  Please do remember that we are here to work in partnership with our parents so if you need any support or advice or would like to share your child’s achievements out of school, please do get in touch.  

We want all of our children to have opportunities to celebrate their uniqueness, creativity and academic successes.  

As the first school in the King’s Group Academy Multi Academy Trust we are proud to be working with other schools, especially College Park Infant School. This close working relationship is vital to meet the needs of our children and families, and to support our journey of continued improvement.

With children at the very heart of our work, we hope that you will join us on a

Learning Journey to Success

Warmest wishes 

Ali Beechurst

Head of School



Admin Officer Vacancy (Oct 2020)


We are very proud to be able to share our good Ofsted report from February 2019, please click on the link below. 

Ofsted Report 


Ms Beechurst (Head of School) and Ms Merel (Inclusion Co-ordinator) are the School Designated Safeguarding Leads. 

The Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead for Kids Club is Mrs Bell (Kids Club Manager).

Latest Updates

  • Year 3 had a fantastic day creating prehistoric Cave Art using crushed berries, avocados and mud!

    6 days ago
  • Diary date: College Park and Lyndhurst Junior Schools are having a Be Bright, Be Seen non-uniform day on Thursday 5th November. All donations will go to the 'Friends of CPLJS' who are raising funds for school resources.

    6 days ago
  • It has come to our attention there is a TikTok site with our school logo on it. It is not related to our school in any way. Thank you to the concerned Year 6 children who reported this to us. The age requirement for signing up to TikTok is 13.

    1 week ago
  • Thank you for all your contributions for the North End #foodbank today. @TrussellTrust

    1 week ago
  • Diary date: on Tuesday 1st December the School Nursing Team will be in LJS to give all the children their #nasalfluvaccinations. More information and consent forms will be sent out 10 days beforehand. We aiming for have maximum take-up to protect your children.

    1 month ago
  • If your child develops #coronavirus symptoms, here's what you need to do. Only book a test if you develop symptoms. This will help make sure people who need a test can get one. For more information visit:

    1 month ago
  • Stockholm are learning so much history whilst having fun in the fresh air and sunshine. This week has been a super way to start Year 3's Prehistoric Britain work. Thank you to the staff @butserfarm and to the children for being such magnificent ambassadors for LJS. #livinghistory

    1 month ago
  • These are the symptoms you should be looking out for if you think your child may have #coronavirus. Check the NHS website for advice:

    1 month ago
  • Copenhagen class were Stone Age hunter gatherers today @butserfarm . Some of us even got to feed the goats. The wall made from clunch is getting really tall after 3 visits from LJS.

    1 month ago
  • Today was Helsinki class' turn to visit @butserfarm . They had a lovely day looking around the Neolithic house, meeting the animals and using flint tools to carve chalk. #LivingHistory #OutdoorEducation

    1 month ago
  • Year 3, Oslo class are having a fantastic day learning about the lives of Stone Age and Iron Age people @butserfarm. Making a wall out of clunch was mucky but lots of fun! #LivingHistory #MuddyHands

    1 month ago
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    1 month ago

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