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Osmaston C E (Controlled) Primary School
Osmaston, DE6 1LW Ashbourne
01335 343140

Our Aims

  • We aim to provide a welcoming, secure, friendly, caring School, which will encourage the development of confident, caring and accomplished children.


  • We aim to develop a keen and well motivated attitude to learning where each child is helped to achieve their full potential.


  • We aim to help shape the moral and spiritual development of each child promoting attitudes of citizenship, kindness, tolerance, self discipline, perseverance, respect and self esteem.


  • We aim to provide a broad, balanced, well taught curriculum.


  • We aim to provide a wide range of experiences.


  • We acknowledge staff as educational professionals working in partnership with parents to achieve the very best for our children.


  • We aim to provide a School that is well managed and maintained with good resources.

Teaching and Learning

Understandably, the abilities and stages of development of each pupil vary.  In order to provide the very best learning opportunities for each child, the staff use a variety of proven teaching methods including class lessons, groups, individual teaching, first hand experience and problem solving.

 Each class is under the care and direction of the Class Teacher for subjects and activities in the curriculum.  Some changes may occur in areas such as PE.

 We structure the curriculum and teaching methods to develop the best possible standards in basic academic skills.  In addition we provide real opportunities for the development of expressive and creative abilities.

 A Balanced Curriculum

 We teach a broad and balanced curriculum that incorporates all the subjects of the National Curriculum

Eco Schools

What is Eco-Schools?

The Eco-Schools programme provides a simple framework to enable our school to analyse its operations and become more sustainable.

By following the programme, our school will become a more stimulating place in which to learn, whilst reducing the environmental impact of the whole school on the community.

The scheme is rooted in a genuine desire to help children become more effective citizens by encouraging them to take responsibility for the future of their own environment. It is not about environmental excellence, it is about your school starting to look at how it impacts upon the environment and how this is decided upon and can be managed.

Pupil involvement is a key part of the Eco-Schools programme. Having pupils engaged in the whole process, including monitoring, action planning and decision-making, leads to genuine ownership of the programme and an increase in their sense of responsibility for the school environment and local area.

We have registered with Eco-Schools so we are now a  part of an international group of schools working towards education for sustainable development (ESD) and a better quality of life for local and (through joint action) global communities.

It is also an award scheme and we have achieved our bronze award and we are now going for our silver award. We strive to have a green flag over the coming years.

There are three award levels:

• Bronze award - self-assessed via website leading to a certificate
• Silver award - self-assessed via website leading to a certificate
• Green Flag - externally assessed leading to a certificate and flag


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