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Cotmanhay Junior School
Beauvale Drive, DE7 8RR, UK Ilkeston
+44 (0)115 932 2011

Welcome to our school!  

We hope that it will be helpful to you and will answer many of
your questions about our school.  However, should you have any further questions,
please do not hesitate to contact or call into the school.  We will be pleased to help you in any possible way.

We aim to ensure that each child in our school is given the opportunity to succeed to the best of his or her ability.
We endeavour to promote self-confidence and tolerance whilst developing those skills necessary for a happy, productive and successful life both as a child and as a future adult.

We believe in a co-operative relationship with parents and we consider it is a vital part in the smooth running and success of the school.  We will always be pleased to see you to discuss your child’s progress and explain what your child has been doing and will be doing in class.


To provide a secure, interesting and stimulating environment in which children can develop intellectually, physically, socially, spiritually and emotionally

To help children develop lively, enquiring minds, the ability to question and to argue rationally and to apply themselves to tasks

To provide a sound basis in the language skills of listening and speaking; reading and writing, and to develop the ability to use these skills fully

To provide a sound basis in mathematical skills and through these skills, to develop confidence in everyday maths and an awareness of the value of maths

To help children acquire a reasoned set of attributes, values and beliefs including respect for, and understanding of, other peoples’ ideas and beliefs which may be different to theirs

To help children to become aware of the world in which they live through science and technology, history and geography, environmental studies and religious education, art, music and literature and to appreciate human achievement in these areas

To enable children to develop a sense of self-respect and to encourage self-discipline and pride in achievement as well as appreciation and respect for the success of others

To encourage cooperation between home, school and community and to overcome, as far as possible, any special difficulties or needs that may arise or that children may experience

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