Parent Information

Equality and British Values

Values and Visions: Our mission is “Learning for Life.” This supports, underpins and is reflected in everything that we do. We are a church Primary School and we work hard to embed the distinctive Christian ethos right through our school days, both in work and at play. We learn about giving our best and working …

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Health

Parental Consent – Medicines in school Guidance on infection control in schools

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Pastoral Learning Mentor

What is A Pastoral Learning Mentor?    Hello, I would like to introduce myself, My Name is  Mrs Louise Peyton,  I have been a committed and valued member of staff in Chapel Primary School for 15 years. I have worked with various children and of all abilities which has given me a wide  range of knowledge …

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School Meals Menu

School Meals Menu 24.04.17 to 20.10.17 School Meals Menu 31.10.16 to 07.04.17    

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School Term Dates 2016 – 2018

Term Dates 2016 to 2018  

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Snowball Club

The school hosts a flourishing ‘Before and After School Club’ known as Snowball. This runs every day from 7.30 – 9.00am and from 3.15 – 5.30pm, providing high quality care and a wide range of exciting activities, led by a team of trained and enthusiastic staff. For more information about Snowball Club please telephone Mrs …

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Curriculum

The School Aims National Curriculum At Chapel Primary School we endeavour to provide the very best learning experiences for our children and are able to encapsulate this in our logo ‘LEARNING FOR LIFE’. The school aims are: For children to feel safe and secure, have high self-esteem, be confident in learning from their mistakes and …

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School Prospectus

Chapel Prospectus 2016/2017

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Forms

We follow the Derbyshire County Council admissions procedure. Looked after children and/or children with SEND with an EHC plan or statement can choose to attend our school, as the first criteria in the policy. We are an ERS school and our school welcomes all children to attend. Leave of Absence request form Nursery Admission Form …

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Governors

Welcome Message from the Chair of Governors   Governing Body Overview Who are we? The Governing Body of Chapel-en-le-Frith Primary School consists of parents, members of staff and individuals connected to the local community and church.  We are all volunteers with a common aim to improve outcomes for children.  Details of our current governing body …

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Data

  KS1 Data July 2016   School School 2015 / 2016 National 2015 / 2016 Reading 54% 74% Writing 52% 65% Maths 58% 73% KS2 Data July 2016 School School 2015 / 2016 National 2015 / 2016 Combined 54% 53% Reading 63% 66% Writing 59% 74% SPaG 73% 72% Maths 64% 70%     Academic …

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Pupil Premium

PP Strategy Plan 2016 and 2017 2014/2015 – Total Grant – £97,500 2015/2016 – Total Grant – £86,380 2016/2017 – Total Grant – £107,180  Pupil Premium grant last academic year started to successfully narrow the gaps, therefore similar provision is in place for the current academic year. Pupil premium report for governors November 2016 Pupil …

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E Safety

Parental controls information Derbyshire anti-bullying twitter page E Safety Parents Pack      This is a pack of information with suggestions for keeping yourselves and your child safe on the internet. Reporting Abuse      If you are your child would like to report any abuse on the internet, this is a direct link to …

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PTA

PTA Minutes 15.06.17 PTA Minutes 14.03.17 PTA Prize Draw PTA Minutes 12.01.17 PTA Minutes 23.02.17

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Sports Premium

Sports premium update January 2017 We continue to use our Sports Premium funding, approximately £8000, to fund UK sports working with the children in PE sessions. This ensures staff have continuous professional development and enhance their teaching skills on a weekly basis. It is not just used as cover for teachers. It has seen teachers …

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Thomas Theyer Foundation

General Information-ThomasTheyerFoundation-Jan16 The Thomas Challenge-general-information

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Admissions

We follow the Derbyshire County Council admissions procedure. Looked after children and/or children with SEND with an EHC plan or statement can choose to attend our school, as the first criteria in the policy. We are an ERS school and our school welcomes all children to attend. All applications are made in line with our …

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French Trip

2015 Offsite Activities and Overseas Travel Schools

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