The school will continue to operate using bubbles until government policy changes.
For safety, could all children who arrive at school on a bicycle or scooter please wear a cycle helmet.
School will be offering helmets for only £5, available from the office.
Headteacher: Mrs Sarah Wigfield
Welcome to Staveley Junior School. Our school is situated in beautiful grounds with a playground and two large fields for play and sports.
We are all very proud of our school, and the children here have a moto of Dream, Believe, Achieve.
'We are not afraid to dream too big. Nothing is impossible. When you believe in yourself, you can achieve it!'
We have high expectations of all our staff and pupils here at Staveley Junior School and we try hard to challenge and nurture everyone involved in our school community. Here you will find a unique ethos built on mutual respect where learning is at the heart of everything we do.
I hope you enjoying visiting our website. I hope, also that you will be able to come and visit us, to see for yourself. I look forward to meeting you!
Latest School Events Events
- Inset Day - school closed to children18Jun2021
If you have any e-safety concerns, please either ring
Mr. T. (01246 472325)
email Mr Drake at email@example.com.
Where children need to go
Mrs Burgess’ class meet Mrs Burgess by the kitchens near the green gate.
Mr Lynch’s class meet Mr Lynch in front of the main entrance.
Miss Jarvis’ class meet Miss Jarvis at the top gate.
Y5 come through the top entrance and enter school through Miss Wood’s door (Bondi Beach).
Y6 come from the main entrance up to Mrs McKay’s door in London.
Information on the School Day
|Mrs Burgess||8.40||11.40 - 12.40||3.10||Main Entrance|
|Mr Lynch||8.40||11.40 - 12.40||3.10||Main Entrance|
|Miss Jarvis||8.40||11.40 - 12.40||3.10||Top Entrance|
|Miss Wood||8:50||12.10 - 1.10||3.20||Top Entrance|
|Miss Turner||8:50||12.10 - 1.10||3.20||Top Entrance|
|Mrs McKay||8:50||12.10 - 1.10||3.20||Main Entrance|
|Mrs Dennis||8:50||12.10 - 1.10||3.20||Main Entrance|
For parents and carers of children with SEND.
Click on the picture for a link to a survey to help the DPCV improve their service.
DPCV is a registered charity which is run by parent/carer volunteers with children/young people with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities. They organise parent participation, providing the opportunity to talk about all the services they receive in Derbyshire.
Derbyshire Parent Carer Voice has been set up to help parents have a forum for change within Derbyshire services.
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WALLIAMS HOUSE - red