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New Whittington Community Primary School
London Street, Chesterfield,S43 2AQ
01246 450688


If so New Whittington Community Primary School may be the school for you!


We are a unit within a mainstream school and

take children from as far away as Matlock, Whitwell and Clay Cross.



  • We will remember that for children to be 'happy' at school is not enough - they must be successful as well
  • We will have high expectations of all our pupils and put their needs above all else
  • We will measure success less in raw statistics and more in how much difference we 'add on' to a child between entering our school and leaving it
  • We will use assessment to identify the skills and knowledge of pupils early, and target our teaching towards tackling weaknesses where they exist
  • We will ensure our pupils know what they have to do next in order to make progress


  • We will set the tone and our expectations for our children from their very first days in Nursery, and continue thereon until their last days in Year 6.  
  • We will value education and reward effort
  • We will make our teaching and learning the finest available. We will allow nothing to compromise this.


  • We will ensure a firm and secure grounding in essential skills of literacy and numeracy
  • We will emphasise the importance of core curriculum, but not at the expense of ignoring the wider one
  • We will make our curriculum both broad AND challenging, and rooted wherever possible in first-hand experience
  • We will teach in a way which makes sense to pupils
  • We will nurture creativity and inspire self-confidence
  • We will create opportunity for children and release their potential
  • We will iImprove everyone's ability to think creatively.


  • We will work strategically and efficiently towards our goals
  • We will make all communication clear, appropriate and timely
  • We will continually affirm and apply our values and vision
  • We will have a clear understanding of our strengths and weaknesses, with a forward-looking strategic plan for continuous improvement which we continually monitor - and revise where necessary
  • We will supply reliable information upon which informed decision-making can be taken at all levels
  • We will work to produce a united, high-performing and efficient team where everybody knows their roles and has the skills to do them to the highest standard
  • We will delegate decision making and improve the leadership qualities of all staff
  • We will keep governors involved and thus able to support us at all times  
  • We will use our budget and resources to tackle issues identified in the school improvement plan.


  • We will work for a seamless progression and continuity in all we do and say
  • We will work to match our happy school with success and not sacrifice happiness in the pursuit of success
  • We will ensure children are listened to, and can work and play without being scared or bullied
  • We will recognise every child as special, gifted and talented
  • We will reward effort at whatever level and celebrate achievement
  • We will recognise that partnership with parents is vital, and so work to inform them and encourage their assistance in their child's education
  • We will reflect all that is best in the community and seek to strengthen ties with it
  • We will strive for a 'can do' culture in our school
  • We will include everyone at every level and welcome them in to the life and work of the school.

After School


The aims of the club are:

  1. To recognise that the child's needs and safety are paramount and must override all other considerations.
  2. To provide an environment that is not only safe but also stimulating and happy.
  3. To work in partnership with parents / carers and other professionals.
  4. To take into account the children's needs arising from race, culture, language and religion.
  5. To provide quality care and education for all children.
  6. To support the children's families.
  7. To create and develop an appropriate curriculum to meet the needs of each individual child.
  8. To share information, resources and practical advice.
  9. To formulate and encourage equal opportunities for both children and adults.
  10. To support staff on training courses enabling them to develop skills and confidence through sharing full responsibility for the club.

The Club aims to provide childcare for all evenings the
school is operational, approximately 42 weeks per year.

Session Times - Monday to Friday - 3:00pm to 5:30pm

Cost - £5.00 per child per night ... £25.00 per week

A reduction of £1.00 per child per session will be given
for familes where more than 1 child attends the Club

There will be a registration fee of £5.00 per child entering the Club.


The Club aims to provide Childcare over the main school holidays.

Session Times - Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5:30pm

Cost - £16.00 Per Child per Day

A reduction of £1.00 per child per session wil be given
for families where more than 1 child attends the Club

There will be a registration fee of £5.00 per child attending the Club

Money will be payable on the first session day that the child attends.

Unfortunately there can be no refunds for sessions not attended by the child.


The cost of special activities and outings are not included in the session price, should parents wish their child to attend any of these events, then a small extra charge will be made prior to the event.

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