Caerleon Endowed Junior School

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Caerleon Endowed School
Caerleon Endowed Junior School
Established June 15, 1979
Type Junior school
Acting Headteacher Mr K O'Sullivan
Founder Bishop of Monmouth
Location High Street, Caerleon
NP18 1AZ
Local authority Newport City Council
Staff 39
Ages 8–11

Caerleon Endowed Junior School is an endowed school situated in Caerleon on the outskirts of the city of Newport, Wales. The school boasts an excellent reputation locally, not only for the academic results of its pupils, but also in extra curricular sporting achievements.


School facilities include a modern computer suite, large field and two sectioned playgrounds, one for younger students and another for older students, a library, a canteen and a sizable main hall.

Physical education[edit]

Physical Education lessons are taught weekly, using the school's indoor hall and its significant outdoor facilities. There is a cupboard with gymnastic mats and tennis rackets. There is also a climbing frame.

Information technology[edit]

The IT department is well-equipped with a large classroom and suitable computers and software.


The school covers a wide range of subjects across a selection of disciplines.


Top Gear presenter James May attended the school in his childhood, during the 1970s.

External links[edit]

- Caerleon Endowed Junior school website

Coordinates: 51°36′37″N 2°57′24″W / 51.6103°N 2.9567°W / 51.6103; -2.9567