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Harpur Hill Primary School
Trent Avenue, Harpur Hill, SK17 9LP, UK Buxton
+44 (0)1298 23261

Harpur Hill Primary School, Derbyshire

We want to work closely with our parents and recognise the great trust you place in us by choosing to send your children to our school.  We assure you all that in our school the children are the most important people and meeting their needs and helping them to become valuable, caring people will always be the paramount consideration in our school.

It is our aim to create a happy and stimulating environment and to encourage the involvement of parents, governors and members of our local community.  In working together we promote learning and develop a sense of belonging for all

P J O`Connor



If you havent applied for a place for your child for September 2007 or January 2008 kindly contact the school and speak to our School Secretary

Mrs Jane Brzozowski


Mrs Snook

 Year 1

 Miss Morten

 Year 1/2

 Miss Cooper

 Year 2

Mrs Hemmings

 Year 3

 Mr Colton

 Year 3/4

 Mrs Wheeldon

 Year 4

 Mr White

 Year 5

 Mrs  Nuttall

 Year 5/6

 Mrs Fox

 Year 6



 Mrs Barton


The governors of the school generally accept the principles in the Local Authority’s guidelines as outlined in “ A Derbyshire Approach to the Curriculum” and aim to give the children a broad and balanced education which is relevant to their needs. It is the policy of the school to ensure genuine equality of educational experience for all boys and girls of all ethnic groups and cultural backgrounds. We, as with all schools, teach a Literacy and Numeracy hour each day. Classes follow the guidance set out in the National Literacy Strategy and in the National Numeracy Project. To maintain a broad and balanced curriculum the following

Foundation Subjects
Design Technology
Physical Education
Religious Education
Personal, Social and Health
Education and Citizenship

Core Subjects 

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