Key information

School Admissions

Lionwood Junior School follow Norfolk County Council’s admission policy. All admissions to the school are handled by Norfolk County Council and further details can be found on their website Norfolk County Council Admissions

Visit our Admissions page for a Parents’ guide to admissions, and criteria for over-subscription:

There is also a section on Admission Arrangements for pupils with Disabilities.
Our Accessibility Policy is here:

Appeals for School Places

If you wish to appeal a decision around a school place – here is the information:

More information about how to lodge an appeals can be found in the Admission section of this website.



Due to the COVID pandemic, we do not have results for 2019-20 or 2020-21.  The government will not publish KS2 school level data for the 2021 to 2022 academic year. The last available public data is from the 2018 to 2019 academic year. It is important to note that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance. 

Below is the most current data for 2018-19

2019 KS2 SATs Results Lionwood Junior School

This is the link to the Schools and Colleges Performance tables:
Schools and Colleges Performance Tables

Inclusive Schools Trust

Lionwood Junior School is part of the Inclusive Schools Trust. For more information on the Trust’s governance structure and financial information please visit


The School is a PFI Building which is owned and run by Kier.

Contact detail:
Kier Group
12 Mason Rd

Link to contact email is: 
KIER contact form

Safeguarding and Child Protection

We place Safeguarding and Child Protection at the top of our agenda and are committed to the health, safety and wellbeing of the children at Lionwood Junior School.

We ensure that all staff have passed the necessary police checks before commencing a post and that they receive regular up to date training.

Our safeguarding information is on the Safeguarding section of the website.  

Gender Pay Gap Information

The Inclusive Schools Trust reports on the Gender Pay Gap in line with statutory requirements – go to the IST website for more information:
Gender Pay Gap Report

Relationships and Sex Education Statement

Our RSE policy covers Lionwood Junior School’s whole school approach to Relationships and Sex Education (RSE).

We believe that RSE is vital for the personal, social and emotional development of our pupils. It equips children and young people with the information, skills and values they need to have safe, respectful and enjoyable relationships and empowers them to take responsibility for their sexual health and well-being.

Lionwood Junior School believes that all children and young people have a right to holistic, inclusive and needs-led RSE.
We believe that through providing high quality RSE, we are upholding the ethos and values of our school and its commitment to equality and celebration of difference. 
This policy was produced in consultation with our staff, Trust, pupils and parents. We will ensure the policy is effectively communicated to staff and parents, including through publishing the policy on our school website.

The information below complies with our statutory obligations to deliver RSE under sections 34 & 35 of the Children and Social Work Act 2017. It will have due regard for the DfE’s statutory Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education Guidance and other relevant guidance.
We will review the policy on a regular basis to ensure that it is in line with current Government guidance and legislation and to ensure that our RSE programme continues to meet the needs of our pupils.
The policy should be read in conjunction with other relevant policies: [ Anti-bullying
Policy, Behaviour and Conduct Policy, Relationships Policy, Safeguarding including Child protection Policy, PSHE Policy, Science Curriculum Policy, Online Safety Policy and Sexual Harassment Policy]

The full SRE curriculum can be found in our Curriculum Section of this website.