Collective worship is the 'heartbeat' of every Church school. It is an important means by which the Christian vision of the school is expressed and explored. All schools are required by law to have a daily act of collective worship. In a Church school this should be Christian and reflect the Anglican nature of the school. Many schools work with their local church and vicar to plan and deliver collective worship.

In a Church school collective worship should be invitational, inclusive and inspiring.

Materials for collective worship

Seeing Anew is an approach to collective worship which takes a careful look at how the practices of collective worship can be formational of all those taking part. Here are some resources to help explore this approach:

General Resources

Teach me Your Ways is a child friendly way of exploring the core concepts of the Church of England’s Vision for Education: Deeply Christian, Serving the Common Good.

Listening to the Voice of the Learner is full of manageable suggestions for helping pupils to evaluate collective worship although it is quite dated now.

For further ideas go to Ideas for Teaching about the Trinity

Songs For Life is a resource for learning hymns in collective worship. It includes a series of focused activities to help children explore in depth some of the key concepts of the Christian faith and the variety of ways that these are expressed through music and words.

The legal framework for collective worship

Guidelines for withdrawal from collective worship 

Evaluation sheet for collective worship

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Thank you to all you headteachers and staff in our schools who have worked so hard and done amazing things in these times.

Not only have you kept the education going for the pupils in your care, you have also made sure that there have been Signs of Faith, Hope and Love.

Please read this letter of thanks from Bishop Libby to all our schools.

Do sign up for the weekly communication from the Church of England Foundation for Educational Leadership. This is full of inspiration and resources so do make use of it.

This useful Coping Calendar has some sound advice and ways of managing stressful times such as these.

Sadly, it will be probable that we will have to deal with bereavement in our communities over the next weeks and months. 

Here is a useful document about having difficult conversations with children produced by the Diocese of Carlisle. 

Winstons’s Wish has useful resources for helping schools help children and young people who are coping with the death of a loved one, as does the Board of Education at the Diocese of Birmingham. 

However, it is important that we frame our approach to bereavement with the Christian narrative.

Resources have been written to do this:

Grief loss - Diocese of Manchester Board of Education

St Edmundsbury and Ipswich Diocesan Board of Education

Diocese of Bristol Board of Education

The Church of England has written a service for marking a funeral that you can’t attend as does the Diocese of Southwark.

Please also bear in mind that we have a box of hard copy resources available from our office that are available for any school to borrow once schools are open again.

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During the Covid Lockdown, this website page is being used to list resources about death, bereavement and loss – specifically as these relate to children.

There are many different types of resources, reflecting the reality that no two children (or adults, of course) react to a bereavement in the same way. Offering, but not insisting on, opportunities to talk through memories and feelings will certainly be part of our response to a child who has experienced the death of someone close to them.

Experience shows, though, that the time scale around this for children might be significantly different to the way adults tend to grieve.

As children reach new ages and stages of development, they might need to grieve afresh for the person they have lost.

During this difficult time, children might not be able to say a final goodbye, so these prayers have been produced: Prayers for children who cannot be at a funeral

The Derby Diocesan Board of Education has a Bereavement Box with a selection of useful resources for schools. You can download the list of books here – if you cannot source author or publisher please contact me, the box is usually available for loan, although this is not currently the case.

Organisations such as Winston’s Wish offer online support and resources and also have a helpline on 08088 020 021

Child Bereavement UK also has online resources and a National Helpline 0800 02 888 40 (Freephone. Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm) It also offers this email for bereavement support:

The Church of England “Faith at Home” group has published, “Never the Same”, a School Leadership resource for grief, bereavement and loss. It can be downloaded here

The following resources from various dioceses might also be useful:

Funerals - A Simple Reflection

Diocese of Birmingham 

Diocese of Manchester Board of Education

St Edmundsbury and Ipswich Diocesan Board of Education

Diocese of Bristol Board of Education

Useful Books

Children’s books about death – this selection includes some from a specifically Christian perspective – CHILDREN’S BEREAVEMENT   (Please note, these are not all known to me, this is a selection of what is available – for recommended books, please see the list which is in the Bereavement Box)

If you have used other resources and would like to share these, please send me the details:

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Termly newsletters

We now have an e-newsletter for each term.

Sign up here if you’d like to receive it.

Spring 2021 Church Schools' Newsletter

Autumn 2020 Church Schools' Newsletter

Summer 2019 Church Schools’ Newsletter




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The Agreed Syllabus for Derbyshire and Derby City 2020-2025 schools is to be used in all Voluntary Controlled schools. In Voluntary Aided schools it is the responsibility of the governing body to decide on the syllabus for RE. However, the Board of Education recommends that VA schools also follow the Agreed Syllabus. REtoday have kindly shared the additional resource Building Progression through your RE Agreed Syllabus to support good planning.

It is also the expectation that Church schools will adhere to the Church of England Statement of Entitlement for Religious Education.


RE Coordinator’s Training

There will be online RE leaders network meetings this Autumn term. Please follow the links below to book your place.

4th November 2-3.30 pm

5th November 2-3.30 pm


RE Coordinator’s Folder

This link will take you to documents (downloaded as a .zip file) which you might find helpful in compiling a subject leader’s folder. These are only exemplars or pro-formas and are offered as a way of support.


Useful Information for RE Coordinators

The Open Centre in Derby can help you arrange a visit to one or more places of worship. They also run a variety of workshops which will support teaching and learning in RE.

REonline is a comprehensive website aimed at teachers and leaders of RE. As well as providing excellent material for professional development, it also acts as a portal to other websites which it deems to be of sufficient good quality.

NATRE (the National Association of Teachers of Religious Education) is the subject teacher association for RE professionals. It works to support those who teach and lead RE. It runs projects, provides teaching material and lobbies on behalf of the subject. In Autumn 2018 NATRE produced a very useful piece of Guidance: dealing with withdrawal from RE.

REQM (RE Quality Mark) is an award which recognises outstanding learning in RE. Several of our schools have achieved awards and have really felt the benefit of having to concentrate their efforts in doing so. Most recently these include Stretton Handley VC Primary and Dinting VA Primary who received a Gold award and St Oswald’s VC Infant who were awarded a silver.

RE and Continuing Professional Development Handbook is a very useful website designed for subject for subject leaders and teachers of RE. It covers nine areas: a short history of RE; religious traditions and beliefs; the RE curriculum; approaches to teaching, learning and assessment in RE; leading and managing, resourcing and planning RE; national policy organisations for RE; researching RE; RE and religious studies and theology; schools of a religious character.

Farmington Scholarships for teachers of RE and headteachers. Each year, there are scholarships available for anyone interested in out of school study in an area of their choice but connected to RE and spiritual development.

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Church School Governance is a useful booklet for all governors as it sets the task of being a governor in the context of Christian service. 

This page is under construction – more information coming soon.
If you have any queries in the meantime, please contact a member of the Education Team.


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All church schools are inspected under the SIAMS schedule in order to ascertain, ‘How effective is the school’s distinctive Christian vision, established and promoted at all levels, in enabling pupils and adults to flourish.’ However, due to the Covid 19 pandemic all SIAMS inspections have been suspended until at least January 2021.

Under the 2018 SIAMS schedule one overall grade is awarded – excellent, good or ineffective. In addition a stand alone grade is awarded in all schools for collective worship and in voluntary aided (VA) schools and former VA schools for Religious Education. This grade is based on teaching and learning alone.

If a school was judged to be a good or outstanding (or excellent under the 2018 schedule) church school in its most recent SIAMS inspection, then it will be inspected within five years from the end of the school year of that Section 48 inspection.

If it was judged to be satisfactory or inadequate (or ineffective under the 2018 schedule) then the next SIAMS inspection will be scheduled three years from the end of the school year in which the school was last subject to a Section 48 inspection.

The inspection has to be carried out by a trained and National Society registered inspector. The Diocesan Board of Education manages the process for schools and holds a list of inspectors. All inspectors carry a Church of England Education Office photo ID badge that confirms their DBS status.

The Board of Education has a protocol for church school inspections and follows the deferral procedures as set out by the National Society.


In order to prepare for the inspection each school is expected to ‘ensure that a robust and continuous (Church school) self-evaluation is in place’. This document is offered by the Church of England Education Office as a model which may be used, but schools are free to carry out their Church school audit/self-evaluation however they feel its appropriate for them. This could be in the form of a mind-map, spider diagram, charts etc. There is also now a separate form to be filled in to make the case for excellence. Finally, there is a SIAMS reflection form which, if schools choose to use it, could best be used as an ongoing audit tool to share with governors, keeping them informed of progress in the school.

Here is a checklist to help ensure that your school celebrates on your website its Christian foundation and how it impacts on every aspect of school life.

Each year a summary of the inspections is compiled and presented to the Board of Education. It may be useful for those schools waiting to be inspected to have a look at the strengths and weaknesses that were prominent.

To find the latest SIAMS report for a school click on the school’s name below:

All Saints VA Primary, Youlgrave

All Saints CE Infant, Matlock

All Saints CE Junior, Matlock

Bakewell VC Infant

Barlow VC Primary

Biggin VC Primary

Bishop Lonsdale CE Primary, Derby

Bishop Pursglove VA Primary, Tideswell

Bolsover VC Junior

Bonsall VA Primary

Bradley VC Primary

Bradwell VC Infant

Brailsford VC Primary

Breadsall VC Primary

Calow VC Primary

Carsington and Hopton VA Primary

Castleton VC Primary

Chapel-en-le-Frith VC Primary

Charlesworth VC Primary

Christchurch CE Primary, Chesterfield

Church Broughton VC Primary

Clifton VC Primary

Codnor VC Primary

Corfield VC Infant, Heanor

Coton-in-the-Elms VC Primary

Creswell VC Infant

Crich VC Infant

Crich Carr VC Primary, Whatstandwell

Cromford VC Primary

Darley Churchtown VC Primary

Denby Free VA Primary

Doveholes VC Primary

Dinting VA Primary

Duke of Norfolk VC Primary, Glossop

Earl Sterndale VC Primary

Eckington Camms VA Primary

Edale VC Primary

Elton VC Primary

Eyam VC Primary

Fairfield Endowed VC Junior, Buxton

Fitzherbert VA Primary, Fenny Bentley

Fritchley VA Primary

Great Hucklow VC Primary

Hartington VC Primary

Hartshorne VC Primary

Holbrook CE Primary

Holy Trinity VC Primary, Matlock Bath

Horsley VC Primary

Hulland VC Primary

Kirk Ireton VC Primary

Kirk Langley VC Primary

Kniveton VC Primary

Langley Mill VC Infant

Litton VA Primary

Longford VC Primary

Longstone VA Primary, Great Longstone

Long Lane VC Primary

Loscoe VC Primary

Mapperley VC Primary

Monyash VC Primary

Mugginton VC Primary

Mundy VC Junior, Heanor

Newbold CE Primary, Chesterfield

Newton Solney VA Infant

Norbury VC Primary

Osmaston VC Primary

Peak Forest VC Primary

Pilsley VA Primary, Bakewell

Risley Lower Grammar VC Primary

Rosliston VC Primary

Rowsley VC Primary

Sale and Davy VC Primary, Barrow on Trent

Scargill VA Primary, West Hallam

South Darley VC Primary

St Andrew’s CoE/Meth VA Primary, Dronfield

St Andrew’s VC Junior, Hadfield

St Anne’s VC Primary, Baslow

St Chad’s VC Infant, Derby

St George’s VA Primary, New Mills

St Georges’ VC Primary, Church Gresley

St Giles’ VA Primary, Killamarsh

St Giles’ CE Primary, Matlock

St James’ VA Infant, Derby

St James’ VA Junior, Derby

St James’ VC Primary, Glossop

St John’s VC Primary, Belper

St John’s VC Primary, Ripley

St Joseph’s VA CoE/Cath, Staveley

St Laurence CE Primary, Long Eaton

St Lukes’ VC Primary, Glossop

St Michael’s VA Primary, Hathersage

St Oswald’s VC Primary, Ashbourne

St Peter’s VA Junior, Littleover

St Peter’s VC Primary, Netherseal

St Werburgh’s VA Primary

Stanley Common VC Primary

Stanley St Andrew’s VC Primary

Stanton in the Peak VC Primary

Stoney Middleton VC Primary

Stretton Handley VC Primary

Taddington and Priestcliffe VA Primary

The Curzon VA Primary

Turnditch VA Primary

Walter Evans CE Primary, Darley Abbey

Walton-on-Trent VC Primary

Weston-on-Trent VA Primary

William Gilbert Endowed CE Primary

Winster VC Primary

Wirksworth VC Infant

Woodthorpe VC Primary

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The Church of England Education Office has produced a very useful book helping schools to think about spiritual development.

Various contributors offer different approaches with practical ways the they are applied in school.

Download a copy here [PDF].

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Small Schools - Planning for the future

In October 2014, the Church of England Education Office produced a document called “Working Together – The Future of Rural Church of England Schools”.

This document looked at the large numbers of small schools in rural settings who are facing tough challenges in the ever changing education landscape.

One of the solutions to some of these challenges was for small schools to work together in both formal and informal collaborations, so that resources and best practice can be shared to maximise school improvement and impact.

This, in itself, is a challenge as the nature of the schools mean that they are sometimes in remote locations.

There seemed to be a need for some sort of financial planning tool that would enable small schools to take a strategic approach to their future.

Drb Limited was asked to work with the Academy Adviser to look at producing a “Small Schools Planning Tool” which could be used by groups of small schools to model their budgets and funding to establish if working collaboratively or joining together as a Multi Academy Trust (MAT) would be sustainable for them.

Planning and modelling tool (June 2016)

Planning tool guidance (June 2016)

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For a number of years, there has been a section in the termly newsletters which are ideas collected by Alison Brown as she has visited schools.

It has been a way to share the creative good practice of schools living out their Christian foundation.

These have now been complied with additional ideas under the headings below.

These will be added to so do keep checking for new inspiration!

Church School Vision

Prayer and Spiritual Development

Collective Worship


Church/School Links

This is one of the booklets for A Sense of Adventure which has been developed by Wirksworth Infant Federation

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The Board of Education has been working hard to develop links with schools in Kolkata mainly overseen by the Cathedral Relief Service in Kolkata. 

Over twenty schools in Derby City and Derbyshire have participated in reciprocal visits with schools in Kolkata and many have an ongoiung realtionship with their link schools. This is the story of how these links have been set up and what are our hopes for the future. A book in the Grove Educaiton series, Sustaining Global School Links, has been written by Anita Matthews and Alison Brown based on the thinking behind these links.

A set of collective worships have been written to help you explore our links with Kolkata and the theological elements of Wisdom, Hope, Community and Dignity. They use the Seeing Anew Approach. 

Here is a set of slides about our links in Kolkata. There are notes for the slides.

There are also sets of photos on these themes with accompanying notes: Kolkata Schools, Places of Worship, Puja, Transport, Water, and other photos. Mr Cuddles had adventures in Kolkata which your younger pupils might enjoy! 

There is also a six-minute film which will help give staff and pupils a flavour of the schools in Kolkata.

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Appointing Foundation Governors – new system from 31st October 2021 onwards 

Foundation governors play a vital role in supporting and preserving the Christian ethos and religious character of the church schools in the diocese and we very much appreciate their service and commitment to this task. 

In recent years, these appointments have often been made rather informally and we now need to put in place a more formal appointments system. This is to enable the Diocesan Board of Education (DBE) to fulfil its role as a foundation appointing body, and also to fulfil certain requirements of charity law. A similar approach is in use in other dioceses. 

Guidance and application forms: We are introducing an application form and a guidance document on the new appointments process; available below. This should cover all or most appointment situations. If you are unsure who is the appointing body for a particular foundation place, this information is in your Instrument of Government. 

  • Where the appointing body is the DBE: For the majority of foundation places the appointing body is the DBE, on nominations from the local PCC. From 31st October onwards, where the DBE is the appointing body for a foundation place, they will be directly involved in formally approving that appointment. Local PCCs that already have nominating rights will retain these but the formal appointment will be made by the DBE. 

  • Where the appointing body is the local PCC: For a minority of places, the local PCC is the direct appointing body. Where that is the case, this will continue. 

  • Where the appointing body is a different organisation: this is covered in the new guidance document.

Planning ahead

Before 31st October: please continue to use whatever appointment system is in local use. Application forms are not required for appointments made before this date. 

From 31st October onwards: the application form will be a required part of the appointment process. Where the DBE is the appointing body, applications will need to feed into DBE meeting cycles. 

Appointments will not be complete until formally approved by the appointing body. The education team will be keeping records of applications and appointments for monitoring purposes, and can assist with any queries. It will of course take time to embed a new way of working and it won’t be perfect from the outset. I am sure though, that by working together we can iron out any challenges we encounter along the way. 

The role of Foundation Governor is a vocational one. In John Chapter 13 we read this: 

“I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.” 

For all those who offer a vocation to governance in loving service of our school family – we are deeply grateful. This work supports that of the headteacher and staff, colleague governors and makes a difference to the lives of children and young people. 

Please be assured of our prayers for all those who undertake this important task. 

Canon Carolyn Lewis
Diocesan Director of Education


Foundation Governor appointment process for maintained schools and federations

Download PDF

Application to be a Foundation Governor

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Our most recent Church Schools’ Celebration happened on the 4th November 2019.

We were delighted to be joined by Bishop Libby and to have a group of pupils from Mapperley CE Primary, St Laurence CE Primary and St John’s Belper CE Primary helping us in the opening session in singing a couple of PopUK songs.

Along with a choice of 18 workshops and a resources market place, we celebrated with bunting made by attending schools, chocolate and a raffle!

The latter was very generously contributed to by many of the market place stall holders such as a year’s subscription to REtoday and also Fishy Music.

Thank you to them and all those who contributed in many ways to make the day such a joyful celebration.

Download the powerpoint from Lat Blaylock’s workshop [PDF]

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In the academic year 2017/18, we started having a shared Christian value across our schools. We have taken a different focus for each year from the Church of England Vision for Education – Deeply Christian, Serving the Common Good. The focus for these awards for 2020/21 is Dignity and here are the supporting leafelts to help you think what this might look like in your school. Dignity1 Dignity 1a. Dignity 2

In 2020, the coronavirus pandemic meant that nominations and presentations had a different feel to them - and you can see details of one of the presentations made, as a Year 6 pupil became the first to receive a Bishop's Badge Schools Award online.

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“It is obviously true that good schools help produce an educated workforce. But the Christian vision is a far greater one. It is about setting a framework for children as they learn, which enables them to be confident when faced with the vast challenges that our rapidly changing culture brings to us." Archbishop Justin Welby.

Welcome to church schools in the Diocese of Derby.

There are 111 Church Schools in the Diocese who work very hard to provide the best possible education for the pupils in their care based on the Christian principle that Every Child Matters to God.

The schools are supported by the Board of Education whose vision is "to offer our children and young people life in all of its fullness".

Here you’ll find a wealth of information provided by the Derby Diocesan Board of Education to support school headteachers, teachers and school governors.

The Church of England has set out a clear vision for education (Deeply Christian, Serving the Common Good) in which it states:

"There are fundamental reasons, rooted the Bible, which have motivated centuries of Christian involvement in schooling hates country and around the world. The God of all creation is concerned with everything related to education…  Our vision encompasses the spiritual, physical, intellectual, emotional moral and social development of children and young people. We offer a vision of human flourishing for all, one that embraces excellence and academic rigour, but sets them in a wider framework. This is worked out theologically and educationally through four basic elements which permeate our vision for education: Wisdom; Hope; Community and Dignity."

>> Find your nearest church school | View the SIAMS reports

>> Download admission guidance for VA schools and DDAT academies [PDF]

Three reasons to choose a church school

Church of England schools are highly effective

Ofsted judges 87% of our schools to be Outstanding or Good and 95% are judged Outstanding or Good in their SIAMS inspections.

Church of England schools are diverse

In Derbyshire, they include:

  • Schools in both predominantly urban areas, and predominantly rural areas
  • Schools which consistently appear in the list of England’s highest performing schools
  • Schools which serve the needs of children who live in some of the most deprived neighbourhoods in the county
  • Schools which serve children of all faiths and none (including some primary schools with an almost exclusively Muslim population)

Church of England schools are distinctive

Church of England schools have a distinctive identity and ethos, popular with parents and families, where the development of social, spiritual and emotional intelligence is as important as academic achievement.

They are disinctive in their leadership and management, their religious education and collective worship.

Below is a list of Church schools in Derbyshire, together with their postcode.

Inspection reports for each school are also available from OFSTED (Office For Standards In Education) and SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) via their websites.

Further information about the academic performance of individual schools can also be found on the DfE school performance tables and OFTSED data dashboard.

List of Church Schools

  • All Saints C.E. Infant School, Matlock, DE4 3HX
  • All Saints C.E. Junior School, Matlock, DE4 3LA
  • All Saints C.E. V.A. Primary School, Youlgrave, DE45 1WN
  • Bakewell C.E. V.C. Infant School, Bakewell, DE4 1BX
  • Barlow C.E. V.C. Primary School, Barlow, S18 7TA
  • Biggin C.E. V.C. Primary School, Buxton, SK17 ODQ
  • Bishop Lonsdale C.E. Primary School, Derby DE22 3HH
  • Bishop Pursglove C.E. V.A. Primary School, Tideswell, SK17 8NE
  • Bolsover C.E. Junior School, Bolsover, S44 6XH
  • Bonsall C.E. V.A. Primary School, Bonsall, DE4 2AE 
  • Bradley C.E. V.C. Primary School, Bradley, DE6 1PE
  • Bradwell C.E. V.C. Infant School, Bradwell, S33 9HJ
  • Brailsford C.E. V.C. Primary School, Brailsford, DE6 3DA
  • Breadsall C.E. V.C. Primary School, Breadsall, DE21 5LA
  • Calow C.E. V.C. Primary School, Calow, S44 5BD
  • Carsington & Hopton C.E. V.A. Primary School, Matlock, DE4 4DE
  • Castleton C.E. V.C. Primary School, Castleton, S33 8WE
  • Chapel-en-le-Frith C.E. V.C. Primary School, Chapel-en-le-Frith, SK23 ONL
  • Charlesworth V.C. Primary School, Charlesworth, SK13 5ET
  • Christ Church C.E. Primary School, Chesterfield, S41 7JS
  • Church Broughton C.E. V.C. Primary School, Church Broughton, DE6 5AS
  • Clifton C.E. V.C. Primary School, Clifton Village, DE6 2GJ
  • Codnor Community C.E. V.C. Primary School, Codnor, DE5 9QD
  • Coton-in-the-Elms C.E. V.C. Primary School, Coton-in-the-Elms, DE12 8HE
  • Creswell C.E. V.C. Infant School, Creswell, S80 4JD
  • Crich C.E. V.C. Infant School, Crich, DE4 5DG
  • Crich Carr C.E. V.C. Primary School, Whatstandwell, DE4 5EF
  • Crich Fritchley C.E. V.A. Primary School, Fritchley, DE56 2FQ
  • Cromford C.E. V.C. Primary School, Cromford, DE4 3RG
  • Darley Churchtown C.E. Primary School, Darley Dale, DE4 2GG
  • Denby Free C.E. V.A. Primary School, Denby Village, DE5 8PH
  • Derby Cathedral School CE Secondary, Derby, DE1 2SA
  • Dinting Vale C.E. V.A. Primary School, Glossop, SK13 6NX  
  • Dove Holes C.E. V.C. Primary School, Dove Holes, SK17 8BJ
  • Earl Sterndale C.E. V.C. Primary School, Buxton, SK17 OBS
  • Eckington Camms End. C.E. V.A. Primary School, Eckington, S21 4AU
  • Edale C.E. V.C. Primary School, Edale, S30 7ZD
  • Eyam C.E. V.C. Primary School, Eyam, S32 5QH
  • Elton C.E. V.C. Primary School, Elton, DE4 2BW
  • Fairfield Endowed C.E. V.C. Junior School, Fairfield, SK17 7NA
  • Glossop, Duke of Norfolk C.E. V.C. Primary School, Glossop, SK13 7RD
  • Great Hucklow C.E. V.C. Primary School, Tideswell, SK17 8RG
  • Great Longstone C.E. V.A. Primary School, Great Longstone, DE45 1TZ 
  • Hadfield St. Andrew's C.E. V.C. Junior School, Hadfield, SL13 2DR
  • Hartington C.E. V.C. Primary School, Hartington, SK17 OAS
  • Hartshorne C.E. V.C. Primary School, Hartshorne, DE11 7ES
  • Heanor Corfield C.E. V.C. Infant School, Heanor, DE7 7GQ
  • Heanor Mundy C.E. V.C.Junior School, Heanor, DE75 7EQ
  • Holbrook C.E. Primary School, Holbrook, DE56 OTW
  • Horsley C.E. V.C. Primary School, Horsley, DE21 5BR
  • Hulland C.E. V.C. Primary School, Hulland Ward, DE6 3FS
  • Kirk Ireton C.E. V.C. Primary School, Kirk Ireton, DE6 3LD
  • Kirk Langley C.E. V.C. Primary School, Kirk Langley, DE6 4LQ
  • Kniveton C.E. V.C. Primary School, Ashbourne, DE6 1JJ
  • Langley Mill C.E. V.C. Infant School, Langley Mill, NG16 4DT
  • Litton C.E. V.A. Primary School, Buxton, SK17 8QU
  • Longford C.E. V.C. Primary School, Ashbourne, DE6 3DR
  • Long Lane C.E. V.C. Primary School, Dalbury Lees, DE6 5BJ
  • Loscoe C.E. Primary School, Loscoe, DE75 7RT
  • Mapperley C.E. V.C. Primary School, Mapperley, DE7 6BT
  • Matlock Bath Holy Trinity C.E. V.C. Primary School, Matlock Bath, DE4 3PW
  • Monyash C.E. V.C. Primary School, Monyash, DE45 1JH
  • Mugginton C.E. V.C. Primary School, Weston Underwood, DE6 4PL
  • Netherseal St. Peter's C.E. V.C. Primary School, Netherseal, DE12 8BZ
  • Newbold C.E. Primary School, Newbold, S41 8PF
  • Newton Solney C.E. V.A. Infant School, Trent Lane, Newton Solney, DE15 OSF
  • Norbury C.E. V.C. Primary School, Ashbourne, DE6 2EG
  • Osmaston C.E. V.C. Primary School, Ashbourne, DE6 1LW
  • Peak Forest C.E.V.C. Primary School, Peak Forest, SK17 8EJ
  • Pilsley C.E. V.A. Primary School, Bakewell, DE45 1UF
  • Risley Lower Grammar C.E. V.C. Primary School, Risley, DE72 3SU
  • Rosliston C.E. V.C. Primary School, Rosliston, DE12 8JW
  • Rowsley C.E. V.C. Primary School, Rowsley, DE4 2ED
  • Sale & Davy's C.E. V.C. Primary School, Barrow-on-Trent, DE73 7HA
  • Scargill C.E. Primary School, West Hallam, DE7 6GU
  • South Darley C.E. V.C. Primary School, Darley Bridge, DE4 2JT
  • St. Andrew's C.E./Meth. V.A. Primary School, Dronfield Woodhouse, S18 8ZQ
  • St. Anne's C.E. V.C. Primary School, Baslow, DE45 1RZ
  • St. Chad's C.E. Infant School, Derby, DE23 6WR
  • St. George's C.E. V.C. Primary School, Church Gresley, DE11 9NP
  • St. George's C.E. Primary School, New Mills, SK22 4NP
  • St. Giles C.E. Primary School, Killamarsh, S21 1DU
  • St. Giles C.E. Primary School, Matlock, DE4 5JE
  • St. James' C.E. V.A. Infant School, Derby, DE23 8EG
  • St. James' C.E. V.A. Junior School, Derby, DE23 8FQ
  • St. John's C.E. V.C. Primary School, Belper, DE56 1GY
  • St. John's C.E. V.C. Primary School, Ripley, DE5 3BD
  • St. Joseph's Catholic and Church of England Primary School, Staveley, S43 3LY
  • St. Laurence C.E. Primary School, Long Eaton, NG10 1DR
  • St. Oswald's C.E. V.C. Infants School, Ashbourne, DE6 1AS
  • St. Michael's C.E. V.A. Primary School, Hathersage, S32 1BZ
  • St. Peter's C.E. Junior School, Littleover, DE23 6FZ
  • St. Werburgh's C.E. Primary School, Spondon, DE21 7LL   
  • Stanley Common C.E. V.C. Primary School, Stanley Common, DE7 6FS
  • Stanley St. Andrew's C.E. V.C. Primary School, Stanley, DE7 6FB
  • Stanton-in-Peak C.E. V.C. Primary School, Stanton-in-Peak, DE4 2LX
  • Staveley Woodthorpe C.E. Primary School, Mastin Moor, S43 3DA
  • Stoney Middleton C.E. V.C. Primary School, Stoney Middleton, S32 4TL
  • Stretton Handley C.E. V.C. Primary School, Woolley Moor, DE55 6FH
  • Taddington & Priestcliffe C.E. V.A. Primary School, Taddington, SK17 9TW
  • The Curzon C.E. V.A. Primary School, Derby, DE22 5JA
  • The Fitzherbert C.E. V.A. Primary School, Fenny Bentley, DE6 1LD
  • Turnditch C.E. Primary School, Turnditch, DE56 2LH
  • Walter Evans C.E. Primary School, Darley Abbey, DE22 1EF
  • Walton-on-Trent C.E. V.C. Primary School, Walton-on-Trent, DE12 8NL
  • Weston-on-Trent C.E. V.A. Primary School, Weston-on-Trent, DE72 2HX
  • Whitfield St. James C.E. V.C. Primary School, Glossop, SK13 8EF
  • Whitfield St. Luke's C.E. V.C. Primary School, Glossop, SK13 7BS
  • William Gilbert Endowed C.E. Primary School, Duffield, DE56 4EB
  • Winster C.E. V.C. Primary School, Winster, DE4 2DH
  • Wirksworth C.E. V.C. Infant School, Wirksworth, DE4 4FG 
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