About our school

Creswell is a small ex-mining village in the North-East of Derbyshire, near to Chesterfield and the Peak District.  It is famous for Creswell Crags and Creswell Model Village.

www.creswell-crags.org.uk/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creswell

 

Our School

Creswell Junior School is a county co-educational junior school for children who are 7 to 11 years old.  This year we have approximately 250 children on roll.

The school is housed in a beautiful century-old listed building, built in 1912.  The school has a very unique octagonal hall, which we use for assemblies, PE, lunch and musical productions and two superb marching corridors that are home to 10 modern classrooms.  

 

The School Day

Pupils should not normally be on school grounds before 08:40.  Supervision of the playground is available from this time.  However, pupils wishing to attend Breakfast Club may enter school earlier.

 

08:00 Breakfast Club

08:40 Bell sounds for entry to school

08:50 Registration and start of the school day

09:00 Assembly

10:20 - 10:40  Morning break

12:10 - 13:10 Lunchtime

15:15 End of the school day