The information below includes term dates, INSET days, our latest school dinner menu, how to put in for a holiday request, our key school policies, and more!
You can request a printed copy of any of the below free of charge. 


Safeguarding Concerns:
Any child protection or safeguarding concerns please contact [email protected] - This email is monitored out of hours.

School Brochure: 
To download a copy of our school prospectus click here

Term Days:
2020/21

INSET Days:
Wednesday 2nd September 2020
Friday 27th November 2020

Holiday Requests:
Please request a holiday form from the school office. 

School Dinners:
Menu - Week 1
Menu - Week 2
Menu - Week 3
Mellors - Parents Information Pack
Mellors - Healthy Eating Policy Statement
Mellors - Healthy Pack Lunch Flyer
Mellors - School Food Standards
Mellors - Christmas Recipes
Mellors - Cooking at Home
Mellors - Food Facts
Mellors - Family Recipes and Activities Pack
All families are encouraged to sign up to our Link2ICT Free School Meal Checking Service

Admissions:
Click here to be directed to the local authority's website to find all the relevant information regarding school admissions.

Are you eligible for help to pay for your childcare?
Government helps many families with childcare costs, whether you have toddlers or teens, you could get support.
Visit Childcare Choices to find out more about what you are eligible to receive and how to make childcare as cost-effective as possible.

Out of School Breakfast, After School and Holiday Club
First Friends operate at Chaddesden Park Primary School and provide a safe and caring environment for children, where they can play, meet friends, develop new skills and relax while school is closed. The children all have access to a varied assortment of resources, including arts & crafts, computers, games, puzzles, books and toys. There are also many opportunities for them to explore and play outdoors.

At all times children are encouraged to develop their independence and build on their own personal, social and emotional skills, including serving themselves healthy snacks and meals, taking responsibility for their own personal hygiene, understanding appropriate behaviour while playing in a group or alone and building confidence by taking on new challenges, including supervised risk taking.

All staff are DBS checked and trained to work in partnership with the children, parents/carers, schools and outside organisations to ensure the children feel safe, happy and comfortable within the setting. They are an inclusive setting and welcome children with additional needs and languages and support will always be offered to ensure all children have the opportunity to grow both physically and emotionally during their time with us. All the settings are directly responsible to Ofsted who check our provision to ensure our quality of care remains at the highest level. You can use 30 hour funding/or part of, and you can also use the government voucher scheme for payment.

For more information please take a look on the First Friends website: https://www.firstfriends-nurseries.co.uk/out-of-school

Curriculum:
To find more details on our school curriculum please click here

Talk for Learning:
An Introduction to Talk for Learning
Booking form

Key School Policies:
Accessibility Plan
Attendance
Behaviour
Books, Marking & Assessment
Child Protection & Safeguarding
COVID-19 Risk Assessment for Staff and Pupils
COVID-19 Risk Assessment for Visitors
DCC Children Missing Education
Exclusion Guidance
First Aid
Home School Agreement
Marking Policy - EYFS
Marking Policy - KS1 & KS2
Medicines in School
Persistent or Vexatious Complaints
School Information Report
SEND Offer
SEND & Inclusion Policy
SEND School Information Report
Teaching & Learning
Toileting & Continence
Values and Ethos
Visitors to School

Key Trust Policies:
Anti-Bullying
E-Safety
Keeping Children Safe in Education

Working Together to Safeguard Children
Complaints
Charging and Remissions
IT Acceptance Agreement

A full list of all the Trust's policies can be found here

SDAT - Stopping Domestic Abuse Together
SDAT is an initiative led by Derbyshire Police in conjunction with Social Services, Health Services, schools and other agencies, who work together to safeguard children and adults.
Click here for more information

OFSTED Reports
For our most recent OFSTED reports click here

OFSTED Parent View
To view our Parent View results click here

OFSTED 
To view OFSTED's main website click here

Latest KS2 Results 
The schools 2018 KS2 results as published on the Department for Education's website

What we do with the Pupil Premium Money
Pupil Premium Spending (2019/20)
To view information regarding our Pupil Premium for 2017/18 click here
To view information regarding our Pupil Premium for 2016/17 click here

What we do with the School Sport Premium Money
PE and Sport Grant 2019/20

SEN Local Offer Statement
Our SEN Local Offer statement can be found here

Our Ethos and Values
To see a copy of Ethos and Values please click here

Promotion of British Value
Information on how we uphold British values can be found here

Equality
Equality Objectives

LEARNERs' Trust Annual Accounts and Reports:
Please click here to view a list of LEARNERs' Trust reports