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Click on the link below to view a message from your new Class Teacher and the Senior Leadership Team
Click on the 'latest news' link below for more information regarding Chesterfield in Bloom.

How to apply:

For this year's sport badge, we are asking you to try a new way of getting active! This could be a new sport in your back garden, learning a new skill like skipping or football tricks. Perhaps you have been doing exercise classes at home or tried a new style of dance? The only rules are:

  • You must be trying something new
  • You must be doing a physical activity

Once you've tried a new activity, click on the 'get this activity' button above to download the form. Once you've filled it in (and got a parent/guardian to help with page 1), you will need to attach a photo or drawing of yourself doing the activity. Once you've done that, you are ready to send it to us! You can send via e-mail or post:

For post, send your application with the correct postage to:

Blue Peter

BBC Bridge House


Salford, M50 2BH 

Or you can email your application to:

Make sure you attach your application and your supporting photo or drawing!

Before you apply:

  • Get a parent to read the full terms and conditions, found here!
  • You must be aged between 6 and 15 years old
  • Make sure you are using the correct 2020 application form, found on this page!
  • When you attach a photo or drawing of yourself trying your new sport, make sure there are no other people in the photo, and you are not wearing your school uniform
  • While social distancing measures are in place, please make sure that you try your new physical activity at home, in the garden or during your hour of exercise only.

VE Day Celebrations in School

Our children have made Union Jack flags, placemats, followed a ration recipe, recreated Lowry's painting of a VE day celebration and had a VE day party dressed up outside. 

Please send pictures of your VE Day celebrations at home to  We would love to see them !

Messages from school

This is a difficult time for everyone.  But Being at home doesn’t mean you are isolated and there are people who can help. 


Being at home can put extra pressure on families. If you have concerns about a child, please contact:


NSPCC - 0808 800 5000 or email -

Child Line - 0800 1111

CEOP via their online site. (Anonymously)

The main thing is, if you have concerns about any child including those in your home, please consider the options above.  We are all here to help!


It is also important to look after our own mental health during these strange times, should you feel in need you can contact The Mental Health Helpline on:


0300 790 0596


or explore the Mental Health Helpline for advice.


If you are worried a crime is happening now, call 999 now.


If it isn't an emergency, but you think the police should know about it call 101

or report it online.


Twitter - @DerPolContact

Facebook - @derbyshireconstabulary

If you would prefer not to contact the Police directly:

Crimestoppers – 0800555111 (anonymously)


Big Night In - Thursday 23rd April


This Thursday to help celebrate BBC Ones 'Big Night In' the children in school will be making superhero masks.


If you are making superhero masks at home please send in your pictures and we will publish them on the website.


Funds raised on the night will be split equally between BBC Children in Need and Comic Relief to provide essential support to local charities, projects and programmes across the UK to help those most in need. This funding will not only provide vital emergency support to ensure vulnerable people of all ages are safe, warm and fed, but will also ensure that they are able to continue to learn, and stay connected in order to combat isolation and loneliness.

Big Night In -Pictures from school

Beat the Street Newsletter - 14th April 2020


Looking for something fun to do during the Easter holidays? Why not take part in our Beat the Bug Spring Challenge? You can view it on our website, or download our activity sheet.


With a range of activities including crafts, wildlife fun and fitness goals, there's something for everyone. The challenge includes two suggested activities a day for two weeks - one indoor and one outdoor - so it's perfect even if you are self-isolating or shielding.


Everyone who completes at least seven of the activities will win a Spring Challenge certificate!

Message from Kevin the Kindness Bear (Friday 3rd April)


Good Morning everybody! 

I hope that you are all well.  I have created some more activities for you to do during the Easter holiday!  I will be putting these on each day so remember to check the website!  I hope you have lots of fun doing these!   I'm really missing seeing you all at school and I can't wait until we are all back together.  In the meantime, if you would like to send me pictures of you doing your activities I would love to see them and share them with your friends and teachers by publishing them on our school website. Please send your pictures to

Love from Kevin the Kindness Bear.

Derbyshire Library Service


eBooks are now available from Derbyshire Library service.  All you need is your library card.

Please click on the link -

Online Safety for Children


Traci Good has released some YouTube clips aimed for parents to remind them of

the importance of engaging with their child/s online access during this time.

This will cover issues such as parental controls (and how to set them), which apps

have seen a surge in popularity since the pandemic, and age specific information

aimed at 0-5's, 6 - 11's and over 11's.

Please click on the link below to access her very helpful clips

Traci Good, Director of E Safety Training Ltd.