Welcome to FitzHerbert Church of England Primary School
We are pleased that you want to find out more about our school. We are all very proud of our small family school and work hard as a team to ensure everyone is happy and achieving their full potential in all areas of the curriculum.
Our fantastic location in the beautiful Peak District has been at the centre of our design for the new curriculum; our aim has been to enable pupils to appreciate and understand their local area as well as being able to compare it with others. Our outdoor area is developing with a wildlife zone, an archaeological dig, a garden and a newly-added pond. Wide-ranging opportunities are provided to develop interests, understanding and confidence. As a Voluntary Aided Church School we have very close links with both the Diocese and the local church community.
If you would like any further information or you have any questions that need answering, please feel free to contact us either by e-mail or telephone. Our school is proud to be part of The Village Federation. Please Click Here for more information about the Federation. The Village Federation is affiliated to the Ashbourne Dove Valley Teaching School Alliance. Please Click Here to find out more.
If you have any concerns about your child's safety, please visit our 'Safeguarding' page where you will find useful links to learn more. If you have concerns about the safety or well-being of ANY child, you can contact the school or visit the Derbyshire Safeguarding Website for more information about what to do. If it is an immediate concern, please 'Call Derbyshire' on 01629 533190 or contact the police.
For many other resources and advice, the NSPCC website contains links to many resources about all aspects of child safety, including online safety. The school policy for Child Protection and Safeguarding can be found on The Village Federation 'Policies' page. Our Designated Safeguarding Leads are Mr Peter Johnston and Mr Jack Morrison. Please Click Here for our full list of governors, including the current Safeguarding Governor.