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Tansley Primary School
Gold Hill, Tansley, DE4 5FG, UK Matlock
+44 (0)1629 582448


Tansley Primary School, for children age 5 -11 years, is in the heart of a small idyllic village near Matlock on the edge of the Peak District in Derbyshire. The school and its grounds are completely inaccessible to through traffic. We are surrounded by beautiful countryside and superb outdoor facilities.  Our vision is to provide a well-balanced and excellent standard of education within the safe, caring and happy environment of a village school.


At Tansley Primary we aim to:

Be self-confident and optimistic and try to reach our personal goals.

Be responsible, make good decisions and respect the views and differences of other people.

Get a good level of knowledge, skills and understanding that will prepare us for the future.

Keep our surroundings safe and be healthy, be interested and motivated in all aspects of school life.

Work hard to use new equipment, particularly in ICT.

All work together to be successful in what we do.


In providing for the children, we are guided by the requirements of the National Curriculum and the requirements of the Derbyshire LEA.  The provision at Tansley Primary School takes account Of every aspect of a child’s development. The curriculum gives children the opportunity to achieve the highest possible standards of numeracy and literacy whilst ensuring they can become confident in physical artistic, practical and social skills. We provide a broad and balanced education allowing for the individual needs of each child to be met within well-planned learning experiences.

Areas of Learning include:-

Design & Technology
Information & Communication
Physical Education
Religious Education
Personal, Social, Health Education (PSHE) and Citizenship

Curriculum planning involves all members of the teaching staff to ensure there is progression and continuity in learning as each child passes through the school and all our planning processes give due regard to the requirements of the National Curriculum


The school has a uniform, which we have kept simple and inexpensive.  The uniform helps all our children to feel that they belong to a ‘family’ and they are proud to be seen as part of our school.  We do ask that parents ensure that their child comes to school in the correct uniform as follows:-
School Uniform
Plain red or white polo (available with school logo).         Plain red sweatshirt or plain red cardigan (available with school logo)
Grey or black trousers, skirts or pinafore dresses
Red and white gingham or striped dress
Sensible, flat black shoes or sandals (trainers and coloured fashion shoes are not permitted)
No make-up or nail varnish may be worn

P.E Kit  Which should be stored in a named draw string bag
White t-shirt or polo shirt (available with school logo)

Shorts (grey or black )
or P.E. skirt or cycle shorts (grey or black)
Plimsolls or Trainers.

Optional Outdoor Wear
Outdoor PE lessons in cold weather - plain leggings and tracksuits may be worn   
Hooded tops are not allowed for safety reasons.
Red fleece (available with school logo) for outdoor  wear or outside games lessons in cold weather
Waterproof red school coat (available with school lo go)

Red knitted hat (available with school logo)


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