Maidenbower Junior School is committed to providing a caring environment where everyone feels happy and valued and achieves their full potential.

Welcome to Maidenbower Junior School

We are a large junior school with nearly 600 pupils aged from 7 – 11 years. 80% of our pupils come from Maidenbower with the other 20% living in nearby neighbourhoods. Our school is divided into year groups with five classes in each and each year group has a Team Leader and a team of teachers and support staff. The year groups are situated in their own area of the school and this means that we get to know our children extremely well.

Maidenbower Junior School  is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and  we expect that all staff, Governors and Parent helpers to share this commitment.  To read our Child Protection and Safeguarding policy please click here


We are fortunate in the facilities we have; our children enjoy a beautifully maintained school with extra learning areas:

  • 20 classrooms bases
  • 4 additional small group rooms
  • a large, fully equipped assembly/PE hall
  • Four sets of 30 wireless laptops
  • brand new fitted and fully computerised library
  • a large drama studio
  • a music practise room
  • a fully equipped science lab
  • a food technology room
  • Interactive whiteboards in every classroom
  • Two large tarmac playgrounds
  • A quiet patio and garden area with sun shades
  • Extensive playing fields (4 football pitches)
  • Pupils changing rooms
  • Outdoor Amphitheatre
  • Extensive office accommodation, including dedicated PPA area
  • Special support centre for 12 pupils with special educational needs
  • Dining hall
Maidenbower_Logo_Single-ColourThe school is very well resourced with the most up-to-date modern equipment available and excellent IT provision.Oriel High is the Secondary School serving the Maidenbower area and the majority of our pupils transfer to this school at the end of year 6.
We strive to teach our pupils how to be good citizens of the future by learning through the UNICEF Rights Respecting School programme. We hold international eco-schools status which we are very proud of. We grow our own fruit and vegetables, we cook, we recycle and compost. We have a wind-turbine and solar panels.
Please note, we are able to provide paper copies of our website, which will be correct at the time of request. Please use the Contact us part of the website or phone the school office on 01293 883758.