Welcome to Scargill Church of England Primary School. We are proud to be a Church of England Primary School and part of the Derby Diocese Academy Trust. There are approx. 350 pupils in school, aged between 4 and 11. Our staff are committed to ensuring the best for every child and our school provides a vibrant and exciting curriculum for each individual to grow academically, personally and socially.
Our vision for excellence at Scargill is a safe and healthy learning environment where everyone is happy, excited, challenged and inspired to be a lifelong learner. We aim to do this within the context of a warm, welcoming, Christian ethos where our children further develop strong moral values.
The prospectus and website contains an overview of how the school operates and illustrates some of the opportunities that are available to our children. We are all extremely proud of our very special school family and would encourage prospective parents to come and meet our wonderful children and staff.
At Scargill, we value the partnership we have with our parents as we know that through working together, we can create a school where every child can flourish and reach their full potential.
We look forward to meeting you.
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Dolphins are working out the different parts of 8.
Some great programming and direction work in Dolphins
Reception have been learning about dinosaurs this week.
Thank you to all those who were able to come and watch the Y1/2 Nativity performance today- smiles all around! #ItsBeginningToLookLikeChristmas
@scargill_school Aww Lucia cannot wait to be better and get back to join in!
Rabbits have been learning about the past tense in English today. This will help us with writing a diary next week! 📙
In R and W Rabbits have been thinking of all the ways they can say thank you at Christmas. They then used these to create decorations for the classroom. 🎄
Santa's grotto and elf workshop role play is going up today in Dolphin class.
Christmas has arrived in Reception. Mrs Chisholm is very concerned that an elf has arrived too with all the Christmas spirit. What will it do to the classroom?