Latest Ashover Events

break up25Oct2019

Half term break28Oct2019

INSET DAY04Nov2019

Parents Evening Week05Nov2019

12:00 am - 08 nov, 1:00 am

Pupils return to school05Nov2019

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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 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.

 Headteacher : Mrs S Myhill

email: headteacher@ashover.derbyshire.sch.uk

LOCATION

Directions

From A632 Matlock - Chesterfield Road, take B6036 Ashover Road.  Turn left onto Narrowleys Lane.  Ashover Primary School is situated on the right hand side.

 

 

Don't forget to 'like' us and follow what we have been up to on 'Ashover Primary' facebook page!

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Please click on the links below to see Ashover Primary School's Proposals for The Parish Council Highways and the feedback form:

Parish Council Highways Proposal Consultation Ashover Primary School

Parish Council Consultation Feedback Form

Attendance

The overall attendance for 2018/19 was 96.7%

ADMISSIONS  

In September 2019/20 we currently have places available in:

Reception-0 places

Y1- 0 places

Y2 - 0 places

Y3- 1 place

Y4- 2 places

Y5- 0 places

Y6- 0 places

 
If you would like your child to 'Aspire and Achieve' at Ashover School then please
contact
Mrs Cooper

(School Business Officer) for further information.

All enquiries - Mrs Cooper Telephone: 01246 590207

email: enquiries@ashover.derbyshire.sch.uk

Latest News

  • Defibrullator Installed
    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.
  • Mode Shift Stars Bronze Award
    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.
  • Derby Refugee Centre Support
    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.
  • Story Writing Competition
    Congratulations to Catherine, Olive and Beatrice for winning the Derby Market Hall story writing competition and winning musical instruments for our school.
  • Project Playground
    Our Sponsored Rainbow Walk raised an amazing £2400 which takes our playground resurfacing fund to £12000. Well done to all the children for taking part and to all those who so generously made donations.
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Latest News

  • Defibrullator Installed
    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.
  • Mode Shift Stars Bronze Award
    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.
  • Derby Refugee Centre Support
    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.
  • Story Writing Competition
    Congratulations to Catherine, Olive and Beatrice for winning the Derby Market Hall story writing competition and winning musical instruments for our school.
  • Project Playground
    Our Sponsored Rainbow Walk raised an amazing £2400 which takes our playground resurfacing fund to £12000. Well done to all the children for taking part and to all those who so generously made donations.
Further Articles »