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Welcome to Gayton Junior School.

We believe that we offer all our children a safe and secure environment in which they can learn and reach their potential. Our staff are very well trained to deliver an exciting curriculum that will spark a love of learning that will last a lifetime. We pride ourselves in the care and support that we offer to both our children and their families while they are with us.

By working together to achieve academic, social and personal goals our children receive an education that supports the development of the whole child and not just their academic achievement. We value parents, families and the community as vital partners in helping us provide the best education possible. Please read through our website to find out more about us, or download our prospectus here. Then, if you have any questions or would like to visit to see us in action, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to welcoming you to our school.

Mrs J Chapman (Headteacher)

"“If you send your child to Gayton, they will LOVE it and you will never EVER regret it!”" - Year 5 pupil

Our School


New School Dinner Menus

Please look out for your copy of the new school dinner menus which will be sent home this week. The new menus will begin with Week 1 on Tuesday 31st October (as Monday 30th October is an INSET Day).Click here to view the new menus. School meals cost £2.10 per day: please pay for meals in advance or on the day. Any credit balances
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Derbyshire County Council Consultation

As you may be aware, there is a proposal for a large housing development at Highfields  Farm, Bakeacre Lane, Findern.    Derbyshire County Council is carrying out a consultation on the proposal for the establishment of a new primary school at the above site.   As we would welcome responses in relation to this, we would be grateful if you could make parents of
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Safeguarding Update

The Online Privacy Guide: How to Stay Safe on the Web provides parents with lots of general advice and specific tips about different sites. Online Privacy Guide: How To Stay Safe On The Web   The information below was shared with parents and carers in our February 2017 Newsletter. Leaving Children at Home Alone The NSPCC has created a tool to help parents decide
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