We held our school council elections this week, transforming Oak Class and the foyer into a polling
station on Friday, complete with ballot papers and ballot boxes! The children voted for one boy
and one girl to represent their class this year, demonstrating great maturity and respect for the
Prior to the election, the children composed letters of application to express their interest in being considered for the role of student councillor. Shortlisted candidates were then given the opportunity to read their letters to the class to support the children’s decisions when casting their vote.
We are extremely proud of every one of our children for their enthusiasm, commitment, respect and support for one another this week. They are superstars!
Thank you to all our school community for supporting Children in Need 2023! We have had a wonderful day and raised £103.50 - Thank you!
If your child was born between 1 September 2019 and 31 August 2020 you'll need to apply for their infant or primary school place by 15 January 2024. They'll be eligible to start school in September 2024. You should apply for a place online. Our application system will be available from Monday 6 November 2023 at 9am until midnight on Monday 15 January 2024.
If your child was born between 1 September 2016 and 31 August 2017 and is in their last year at infant school you'll need to apply for their junior place by 15 January 2024. You can apply from Monday 6 November 2023 at 9am until midnight on 15 January 2024.
If your child attends a school outside of Derbyshire which operates a different pattern of education and they are due to transfer primary school phase in September 2024 this information will also apply to you. You should also make an application by 15 January 2024.
Attendance and school day timings dated 03.10.2023
Crich Church of England Infant School is a small village school, you will find us on Bowns Hill in Crich. We are a voluntary controlled Church of England School. We are a co-educational day school funded by the local authority. The school was established in 1848.
We have 60 children on roll between the ages of 4 and 7 years. The children are organised into three classes
We value excellent relationships with parents/carers. Learning is a life-long experience and we value our partnership that we have with you in your child’s learning. We have an open door policy and parents/carers are welcome into school at any time. Many of our current parents/carers help with reading and classroom based activities.
We believe that by using a creative approach to the curriculum, all pupils can learn effectively through physical, visual and auditory approaches. We work very hard in school to make sure all pupils are included in their learning and there are lots of opportunities to discuss lessons, assess success and solve problems.