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Bootham Junior School

Bootham Junior School

Rawcliffe Lane, York, YO30 6NP, North Yorkshire

01904 655021



Bootham Junior School
School type Co-educational Day Preparatory & Nursery
Founded 1823
Head Mrs Helen Todd
Co-ed Age Range 3-11 years
Day fees per annum £2,475 - £3,700 per term
Associations IAPS, ISC

Bootham Junior School is situated on the outskirts of the beautiful and historic city of York. With purpose built classrooms, outdoor play areas and plenty of green space, the school provides pupils from ages 3-11 the space and environment to thrive. Classes are small to ensure each child benefits from individual attention and support and standards are high, both academically and pastorally.

As a Quaker school, Bootham emphasises responsibility for self and for others - with a premium on integrity, honesty and trustworthiness from an early age.

Through a lively curriculum and a varied range of activities, dedicated staff strive to embed the necessary skills for the educational challenges that pupils will face in the years ahead.

Bootham has an excellent reputation for its pastoral care and maintaining the health and well-being of pupils is extremely important. Staff work with parents and guardians and welcome active support and involvement. Good work habits, co-operation and tolerance create the happy, family atmosphere for which the School is known.

Comments below are from the latest Independent Schools Inspectorate report.

"Throughout the school pupils of all ages are open and receptive to different cultures. They show a profound respect for each other which is underpinned by Quaker values. They recognise and are actively responsive to the school's important role in creating a positive, encouraging and welcoming environment where everyone can develop, flourish and feel valued as an individual without any fear, Junior School pupils demonstrate excellent understanding of the benefits of learning in a global context, recognised by recently winning accreditation from The British Council international School Award as a result of their work on global citizenship."