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Beaufort Community Primary School
Hampshire Road, DE21 6BT Derby

Beaufort Community Primary School

Welcome to Beaufort Community Primary School which was formed in September 2000 following the merger of Beaufort Junior, Infant and Nursery Schools. Beaufort is a dynamic school fully committed to the principle of partnership between school and parents. Our school motto is 'Together We Succeed' and our overriding aim is to ensure that our pupils achieve at the highest possible level. We work hard to provide the best possible education for our pupils.

Carla Dewberry


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Our Aims

School Statement

At Beaufort Community Primary School we will ensure a high standard of education where children are challenged and encouraged to meet their full potential

Our Aims

At our school we are all part of a team which includes children, staff, parents and governors

Everyone is valued

Everyone is caring, honest and respectful

Everyone is encouraged to have an enthusiasm for learning

Everyone will aim high and have confidence in their ability to succeed

Together We Succeed

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Number of pupils aged 11 (i.e. aged 10 on 31 August 2005)


Gender Mixed
Age range 3-11
Number of pupils on roll 221

Kids Club


Kids Club is OFSTED registered and based in our community room, however we also use the hall and outdoor play area (weather permitting).

Our aim is to provide flexible yet affordable childcare.

We are available for children aged 3 – 11 years old.


We open at 7.50am to 8.50am for children who attend

Beaufort Community Primary School.

The cost of £2.30 for the full hour includes a healthy breakfast or your child can attend from 8.20am - 8.50am without breakfast.

You must book to ensure you have a place.


Children from Beaufort Community Primary School can join us from 3.15pm - 6pm.

We offer a light snack and the chance to let off steam with friends doing a wide range of well planned activities.

A full session costs £6 from 3.15pm – 6pm or you can pay £2.30 per hour or part hour depending on your needs.

You must book to ensure you have a place.


Our playscheme is available for 3-11 year olds from our school and the local community.

We offer a wide range of well planned activities from

8am - 6pm every day during school holidays

(except Christmas holidays and bank holidays).

We have different themes for Kids Club and receive visits from various groups such as the Library Service, Hattrick Project and Sporting Futures who provide fun activities for the children too.

Our holiday club is £2.30 per hour or part hour and you can book as many hours as you need with a full day

(8am - 6pm) for only £20.

For further information about any of our clubs, please contact

Emma Falivena, Extended School Co-ordinator, on

01332 347275

or contact Kids Club directly on their mobile number

07966 897924

The Curriculum

All pupils are taught the National Curriculum core and foundation subjects, Religious Education, Personal and Social Education and Citizenship.

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