Chester Park Junior School

Caring and happy. Purposeful and peaceful. Jointly achieving Success.

Abingdon Road, Bristol, Avon, BS163NX
Head teacher Mr Mike McNama




Our SEN Lead is Miss  Laura Woodham 


 A warm welcome to Chester Park Junior School. 

Please visit our page for regular updates, courses and information about SEND at CPJS. 

If you would like to discuss your child's existing needs or you have a concern, please  email                                              

Our Inclusion  lead is Mrs Jenny Donatien

Bristol City Council has a duty under the Children and Families Act 2014 to provide impartial,

confidential and accessible information, advice and support to children and young people

with special educational needs and/or a disability (SEND), and their parents or carers,

regarding their education, and any health or social care needs related to their education.

This support is currently delivered through Supportive Parents, Bristol’s SEND Information,

Advice and Support Service (SENDIAS service).

 In partnership, Bristol City Council and Bristol, North Somerset and South

Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group propose to re-commission Bristol’s

SENDIAS service from 2019-2022.

 You are welcome to feedback on the consultation using the following link and we also ask that you

encourage children, young people, parents and carers to complete the survey too:


Courses for parents and carers

Speech and language training for parents 

Location:  Long Cross Children’s Centre, Long Cross, Bristol BS11 0LP

Dates:  Wednesday 17th October & 7th November 2018

Times: 9.30 – 12.30 

by 12th October

click here for more details

How to make your home communication friendly

Location: Knowle Clinic, Broadfield Road,  BS4 2UH

Dates: Tuesday 13th & 27th November 2018

Times: 9.30 – 12.30

To Book a place, email:

By Friday 26th October 2018

Click here for more information

 Supportive Parents- free confidential and impartial information advice and support (IAS) to parents and carers of children and young people with any kind of special Educational Need and or disabilities (SEND)