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Derwen Primary School
Main Road, Higher Kinnerton, CH4 9AJ, UK Chester
Tel. 01244 660291, Fax: 01244 661446

Welcome to Derwen Primary School

Main Entrance

We aim to provide a curriculum which is
  • coherent- concerned with the education of the whole child.
  • broad to bring pupils into contact with a wide range of learning experiences.
  • balanced- so that each learning experience is given appropriate attention in
  • relation to the others and to the curriculum as a whole.
  • relevant- to ensure that what is taught is worth learning and is seen by pupils
  • parents and teachers to meet present and future needs differentiated- to allow for differences in the abilities and aptitudes of children.
The School Rules, which have been developed by the childen are:
  • We will follow instructions the first time of asking;
  • We will be kind, helpful and polite;
  • We will always try our best;
  • We will keep our hands, feet and objects to ourselves;
  • We will respect our own and others property.
'Developing potential through educational excellence'



  • Welcome parents to the school as partners in their child's education
  • Provide a safe and secure environment for pupils
  • Provide equal access to all pupils to a broad and balanced National Curriculum
  • Encourage pupils to do their best at all times
  • Encourage pupils to have care and respect for other children and adults who work and help in the school
  • Encourage pupils to have care and respect for their surroundings and the property of others
  • Keep parents informed of their child's progress at school
  • Inform parents of matters for praise or concern affecting their child's work or behaviour
  • Advise parents of the topics for teaching at the beginning of each term
  • Keep parents informed about school life and events through regular communications.


  • Promote the importance of arriving at school on time
  • Ensure that their child attends regularly and provides a note or message of explanation in the event of absence
  • Support the school's expectations of care and consideration for others, their property, and their school environment
  • Let the school know about any concerns or problems that might affect their child's work or behaviour
  • Support the school's policy on dress code for daily wear and for PE and Games
  • Endeavour to attend parents' evenings to discuss progress
  • Support their child when engaged in home learning.

Abide by the school's code of conduct as exemplified by :

  • Always being polite, courteous and considerate to other pupils and adults
  • Maintaining the good name of the school and the family by his/her actions and behaviour
  • Being on time and attending every day
  • Wearing the correct school uniform
  • Ensuring that home learning activities are completed on time and returned to school
  • Always trying their best.


School has its own uniform which pupils are strongly encouraged to wear. Most of the items can be obtained from chain stores. School ties are sold at School and we also accept orders for school jumpers, sweatshirts, etc., embroidered with our School Logo.

Order forms can be obtained from Reception.

Here are Michael and Katie wearing our winter school uniform.



Boys – Autumn/Winter/Spring Terms
White shirt
School tie (on sale at School)
Black trousers (no jeans)
Footwear – black shoes or black trainers

Boys – Summer Term
Pale blue polo shirt (with logo, on sale at School)
Black trousers or shorts (no football shorts)
Footwear – black shoes, sandals or black trainers

Girls – Autumn/Winter/Spring Terms
White blouse or shirt
School tie (on sale at School)
Navy jumper, sweatshirt or cardigan (with logo, on sale at School
Black skirt or pinafore or black tailored trousers (no jeans)
Footwear – black trainers or sensible black shoes (no slingbacks or high heels)

Girls – Summer Term
Blue striped or gingham dress
Pale blue polo shirt (with logo, on sale at School)
White blouse
Footwear – black trainers, low heel sandals or sensible black shoes


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