TIBSHELF INFANT & NURSERY SCHOOL IS COMMITTED TO SAFEGUARDING AND PROMOTING THE WELFARE OF CHILDREN. SAFEGUARDING - IT'S EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY! IF YOU HAVE A CONCERN ABOUT A CHILD YOU HAVE A DUTY OF CARE TO REPORT THIS TO: CALL DERBYSHIRE 01629 533190

Welcome to our website!

If this is your first visit to our school I hope our website gives you a flavour of what our school is all about.  If you are visiting as an existing member of our school community I hope you feel what you see reflects what you see or what you expect to see happening in our learning space around school.

We are committed to providing a high quality educational learning environment that is stimulating, interactive and engaging, and wh - Were children learn indoors and outside.  Our school is warm and welcoming; children are encouraged to be kind, friendly, polite and supportive, and to learn and play together in small and larger groups. We provide a broad and balanced curriculum that encourages children to be successful and resilient learners.  We have high expectations for all members of our school community and we value the contributions of everyone.  We believe every child will achieve their full potential through an ethos of challenge, support and encouragement.

I am very proud to be the Headteacher of this wonderful school and I look forward to working with you as part of our school community.

Zoë Andrews, Headteacher

Latest News: 

100 CLUB FOR NEXT YEAR: You will be able to reserve your number for the whole of next year by clicking on the link below. How it works – choose the number you want and complete your details – pay £10 for the year to me in the cabin (cash only for this) – every month (not July & August) a number is drawn and if it’s your number you win £25 and the chance for your child/grandchild to feature in that week’s newsletter. This is a great way for family members to support the school, it raises £1,000 for the school over the year (less 10 x £25 prizes), and it’s easy to do.

100 Club - click here

Newsletter 22nd July 2021 - click here

Covid-19 Letter from Derbyshire County Council - click here

Remote Learning Information - January 2021 - click here

Ofsted Report 2017

'Pupils are safe and well cared for.'

'Pupils enjoy school.'

'The curriculum provides well for pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.'

'Teachers plan interesting lessons that motivate and enthuse pupils to learn.

Ofsted Report 2017

Five Pits Partnership

Tibshelf Infant School

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