We are a small, friendly school, with approximately 95 children on roll, in the High Peak area of Derbyshire. We pride ourselves on our commitment to providing the best possible education for our children, whatever their needs.

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From here, you will be able to get a taste of what school life is like at Furness Vale Primary School by looking at the School Prospectus, Video and our Blog.

At Furness Vale Primary School we aim to provide the best quality learning experiences for all our children in a safe, secure, caring and welcoming atmosphere.

It is a place in which children are challenged to become self-confident, independent learners, making good progress to achieve​ their potential, whatever their starting-point, skills and abilities.

There are high expectations in terms of behaviour and work. We foster respect for and understanding of others within our school and local community, and in the wider world.

Mrs Carol Taylor


Wider opening of schools from June 8th

Re: Wider opening of schools from June 8th                                                                             3rd June 2020 Dear Parents, It is with much debate and planning that we can now open the school for more children.  From Monday, 8th June 2020, we will be open, for four days a week, for children from Nursery, reception, Year 1, key worker children and …

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Phased Return to School Letter

Phased Return Letter Re: Phased return to school from June 1st, 2020                                                                15th May, 2020 Dear Parents/Carers, Thank you so much for your patience and support during this difficult time.  As you know, the government have asked schools to be open for certain groups of children from June 1st, 2020.  However, they have also issued …

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Free School Meals – Covid19 Update

The COVID-19 pandemic is identifying new vulnerable families within Derbyshire.  Many have seen their personal circumstances change dramatically, have lost income and may be finding it difficult to claim benefits and seek assistance. We are concerned that there may be some families now be eligible for Free School Meals but unsure how to apply or …

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Police message to students

This is a difficult time for everyone. Being at home doesn’t mean you are isolated.  There are people who can help. If you need to talk to someone or if you’re worried about a friend, you can contact any of the following: If you are worried a crime is happening now, call 999 now. If …

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