Principal’s Introduction

We enjoyed showing off concrete, pictorial and abstract addition and subtraction to our adults ☺️ pic.twitter.com/KKC9kbqh5s

Welcome to the website for Inkersall Primary Academy.

We are a warm and inclusive primary school, and pride ourselves on working together for success for each and every child.

By developing an understanding of each child’s individual strengths and development needs, we aim to create the foundations which foster a lifelong love of learning.

Our curriculum has been chosen accordingly. Our learning is designed to inspire, to build curiosity, and over time, to allow all children to fulfil their individual potential.

We believe in reading as the platform from which children can explore the world, and encourage imagination and creativity. The school’s outdoor and wild spaces are used for nature-based learning on the forest school model, while the school garden and allotment encourage children to develop green fingers.

Find out more about teaching and learning at Inkersall here.

In addition to being a school, Inkersall is a community. We develop teachers, contribute to education research, and are supported in our work by a large and thriving body of parent and community volunteers.

Together, we model the values which allow Inkersall children to go out into the world as active curious learners and citizens.

If you would like to learn more about Inkersall Primary Academy, to book a visit with a view to registering your child, or to ask about career, support or volunteer opportunities in school, please register your interest below.

We look forward to welcoming you to the school.

Rachel Bailey (Principal)


About our School

Welcome to the website of Inkersall Primary Academy, part of the Spencer Academies Trust. Information on school values, curriculum and the broader school community can be found here.

Inkersall is a friendly primary academy in the North Derbyshire village of Inkersall, near Chesterfield. The Principal is Mrs Bailey. Children are welcomed from early years through to 11, with 420 children on roll. The Published Admission Number (PAN) for each year group into which pupils can be admitted is 60 pupils.

 

Register your Interest