If you have a concern about the immediate safety of a child, or a concern out of hours, you should contact Derbyshire County Council Starting Point on 01629 533190. Please make sure your child has a named coat, water bottle and PE kit in school every day. Playground open from 8.40am (children only please) - going into school at 8.55am School finishes 3.30pm for everyone - parents please wait on the playground.
Tour of school video HERE
Stonelow Children HERE
Year 2 timetable of activities HERE
Parents questions and answers HERE
Hello from BBC's Hacker T. Dog HERE
A very warm welcome to the website of Stonelow Junior School, we hope it gives you a flavour of the wonderful things we do. Stonelow is a warm, happy and nurturing school where the children are encouraged to challenge themselves, develop resilience and learn from their mistakes. We strive to support individuals so they are respectful, independent young people.
Staff at Stonelow work as a team to deliver an active and creative curriculum for all, ensuring our pupils learn the knowledge and skills needed to progress through their school life, and provide a firm foundation for future learning. We have high expectations of everyone in school; children and staff alike. We aim for a calm and purposeful environment, where learning is fun, challenging and aspirational.
We recognise our position within our family, school and community and aim to build positive relationships with all of these. #teamstonelow
We are very proud to be the headteachers of such an exceptional school. We welcome you in to our school at any time.
Catherine Byard and Jennifer Nabipour
We are very proud to have this award, as we were the first school in Derbyshire.
Below are some links you may find useful.
If you are a child wanting advice or help call 0800 1111
If you are an adult wanting advice/support call 0808 800 5000
Derbyshire Domestic Abuse Helpline: 0800 198 668 or email email@example.com
Providing support for parents/carers, young people, Covid-19 Support and for professionals. Click HERE for the website.
The children and staff have been working with Nadege Robin on mindfulness practice; the sessions in school have used some of the resources attached. Please click on the picture for links to some voice clips from Nadege, to support mindfulness practice at home. These are suitable for everyone - parents and children. Their most familiar sound clip is called 'Pause'.
Click HERE for a document with various websites and numbers for support.
Mental health support for adults. Please click HERE for the website.
Early help for children aged 0-17 for mild to moderate mental health difficulties. Click HERE for the website.
Child and Adult Mental Health Service, supporting young people's mental health and well-being in Derbyshire. For the link click HERE.
This website gives advice for parents and carers, on how to talk confidently about sex, bodies, consent and relationships. The information is organised into age groups and also gives tips and strategies for those conversations and questions when you may need some help.
In the event of snow or inclement weather, please listen to Peak FM and click HERE for more information