Ashover Primary School

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Narrowleys Lane, Chesterfield, Ashover, Derbyshire, S45 0AU

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Ashover Primary School

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Welcome to Ashover Primary School

Set in the heart of the picturesque village of Ashover, we overlook the beautiful Amber Valley yet are within easy access of Chesterfield, Alfreton and Matlock.  

 We are a warm and friendly school which offers a safe and welcoming yet exciting, vibrant and enjoyable educational experience for all children aged between 3 and 11 years in order to prepare them for life in modern Britain. 

At Ashover Primary School, we celebrate the individuality of every child irrelevant of academic, physical, social or emotional background.  

  We firmly believe that the key to successful learning is by building a strong partnership between home, school and the local community.

Please follow the link below to watch a video guided tour by the Headteacher:

Ashover Primary Virtual Guided Tour

Upcoming Events

Latest Ashover Events

Break up for October half term21Oct2022

Half term24Oct2022

Children return to school31Oct2022

Parent Consultation Appointments Week31Oct2022

Children break up for Christmas21Dec2022

INSET DAY22Dec2022

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Latest News

  • Thank you to all of you for sponsoring the children on the Rainbow Walk. We managed to raise £3,400 for FOAS!
  • Our pupils enjoyed learning about Muslim cultures and traditions this week. They dressed up, listened to music, took part in a Muslim marriage ceremony and asked lots of questions.
  • We are delighted to inform you that we have had a Defibrullator installed on the from of the school building. Thanks to Ashover Juniors and The Medical Centre for contributing to the costs.
  • I am delighted to inform you that Ashover Primary School has achieved the Bronze Award from Mode Shift Stars for our commitment to sustainable travel and road safety.
  • Some pupils have visited the Derby Refugee Centre to take donations of food and toys. They had a tour of the centre and met some of the volunteers and refugees.
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