Key Information

We regularly publish key information on this page including our most important policies, guidance and documents required by the Government. For information about admissions to the school or the Children's Centre please visit our admissions pages.



 PictureMiss Allan: Lead person for safeguarding
It's everyone's responsibility to work together to keep children safe from harm. Please find our safeguarding policy below and all the details you need to get in touch if you have a concern about any matter.

Our school is part of the City and Hackney Safeguarding Children's Partnership. More information can be found: â€‹

Inspection Reports

We were inspected in by SIAMS in 2019 and OFSTED in 2013. Our latest SIAMS inspection graded the school Excellent. The Ofsted inspection graded the overall effective of the school outstanding. Our Childcare was inspected in 2019 and overall effectiveness was graded good. 
You may find it useful to visit the Ofsted website. You may also find Parent View useful, it gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about our school!

School Self Evaluation


From September 2021, all items of uniform must have The Aldgate School logo on it rather than the SJC logo. If you think you may benefit from support with purchasing uniform, please contact the office and we will be able to discuss options with you.
Our uniform supplier is Khalsa Schoolwear on Bethnal Green Road. You can order all items online:


Sports funding and Extra Curricular

We are allocated an amount of sports funding each year to improve the provision for PE and Sport at school. We published results of the impact of this funding on this page.

Important Policies

All of our policies are available to parents, carers and the public. They are not all listed here. If you can't find what you are looking for, contact the school office. 

Early Years

You will find further information about Early Years, including our charging and remissions, on the Admissions page of our website.

In the 2020-21 academic year, 0 hours were taken off by union officials to carry out union related activity.

In the 2019-20 academic year, 0 hours were taken off by union officials to carry out union related activity.

In the 2018-19 academic year, 0 hours were taken off by union officials to carry out union related activity.

Health Safety and Welfare

We follow Public Health England advice on infections and diseases. This gives you a helpful outline of how many days it might be advisable to keep your child away from school if they have an infection. 

If your child is unwell you must contact the school office on the morning of their first day of absence. We will keep in touch with you after this initial contact. We can administer prescribed and non-prescribed medicine in school. 

Special Needs

Our Special Educational Needs Coordinator is Ms Allan (Headteacher) and the deputy SENDCo is Ms Khan (Deputy Head).  Please contact the office to get in touch. 

Attainment and Progress

Pupil Premium

More detailed information about school performance is included on the Compare School Performance website.

Your Child's Report

We publish informaiton about your child's learning and progress each term and update our guide to understnading your report regularly.

Guidance and Advice

We publish information about our curriculum each term. For a detailed overview of our curriculum in each class, including our arrangements for teaching phonics and reading in Key Stage 1, visit our curriculum pages. 
If you can't find what you are looking for on our website, contact

Other External Sites

You can find out more about education in the City of London and the Corporation's involvement in the wider education of young Londoner's here

The Department for Education website details statutory and non-statutory information about schools. 

Minutes from Meetings

Most of our minutes from governing body are available on our website. 

Equality and Diversity

How we are complying with our equality duties?

Deanery Partners

We are part of the Tower Hamlets Deanery Partnership. Our vision, as London Diocese Board for Schools in Tower Hamlets and the City, is to educate and support our children to be;
  • Confident
  • Compassionate
  • Creative
We are a diverse group of church schools, serving our local Inner City Community. As a Deanery, we have worked in partnership for a number of years, sharing information and best practise.