Welcome to our school website.
Attendance this year to date:
Class 1 - 96.3%
Class 2 - 97.8%
Class 3 - 97.7%
Class 4 - 97.0%
Whole school - 97.2%
(Correct at 17.07.19)
A Day in the life of Scarcliffe Pupils:
Recently we invited Sarah Mann (a local photographer) in to school to capture our children at work and play. These pictures capture some of the things that take place each day.
We hope you enjoy the slideshow.
If you are impressed with the quality of the pictures and are looking for a local photographer, why not consider Sarah Mann. Click on the link below to visit her website.
We are always very keen to hear feedback from parents - both positive and developmental. If you have the time, why not complete the Parent View questionnaire on OfSTED's website. Click the link above.
The most important job we have in school is to keep our pupils safe. All staff receive regular safeguarding training and we have systems to ensure that any risks or concerns are reported and dealt with quickly.
In school we have a designated safeguarding lead and a deputy designated safeguarding lead. They are Mr Marsh (DSL) and Miss Baldwin (deputy DSL). Our lead safeguarding governor is Mrs Smyth. If you ever have any safeguarding concerns you can always speak to any member of staff.
We think that it's important for children to know how to keep themselves safe. The children in Class 4 have designed a leaflet to show children how to stay safe and give them information about what to do if they feel at risk of harm. CLICK HERE for a copy of the child friendly leaflet.
One of the biggest challenges we face nowadays is keeping children safe online. We work hard to make sure children have the skills and knowledge needed.
Below are a number of links that you can use to help keep your children safe when they are on the Internet.
If you are concerned about your child's online safety it might need to be reported to the police. You can do this by reporting concerns to CEOP. Click on the image below for more information and to make a report.
School Events and Key Dates:
3rd September - Start of Term 1
30th Sept – 2nd Oct – Class 4 at Whitehall
14th October – Junior Gym in all week
15th October – Individual and family photos taken
25th October - End of Term 1
4th November - Start of Term 2
6th November – Parents’ Evening (3:30 – 5:00pm)
7th November – Parents’ Evening (3:30 – 6:00pm)
22nd November – Pantomime in School
w/b 25th November – Enterprise Week
27th November – Lantern Building Day
30th November – Bolsover Lantern Parade
6th December – Christmas Fair
11th December – KS2 Christmas Play (6:00pm – 7:30pm) – at The Bolsover School
13th December – Class 1 and 2 Nativity (9:30am and 2:00pm)
17th December – Christmas Dinner Day
20th December – Christmas Parties (including party food dinner)
20th December - End of Term 2
6th January - Start of Term 3
w/b 20th January – Mental Health and Well-being Week (Including Online Safety and Anti-bullying)
3rd February – Junior Gym in all week
14th February - End of Term 3
24th February - Start of Term 4
w/b 24th Feb – Africa Arts Week
5th March – World Book Day
26th – 27th March – Year 2 Residential to Lea Green
31st March – Parents’ Evening (3:30 – 5:00pm)
2nd April – Parents’ Evening (3:30 – 6:00pm)
3rd April – Global Issues Day
3rd April - End of Term 4
20th April - Start of Term 5
5th May – 'VE Day' Day
6th – 8th May – Year 3 and 4 at PGL
w/b 11th May – Year 6 SATs Week
TBC May – Class Photos
22nd May - End of Term 5
1st June - Start of Term 6
w/b 15th June – Sports Week – Junior Gym in all week
17th June – Sports Day – FIRST CHOICE (1:30pm – 3:00pm)
24th June – Sports Day – BACK-UP Date (As above)
16th July - Y6 Leavers Assembly (1:45pm)
21st July - End of Term 6
INSET DAYS FOR 2019-20
- Tuesday 3rd September 2019
- Wednesday 4th September 2019
- Monday 1st June 2020
- Monday 20th July 2010
- Tuesday 21st July 2020