St. George’s Primary School is an outstanding Church school at the very heart of our community.
We offer an exciting, challenging curriculum for 3 to 11 year olds which has been redesigned this year to meet the needs of our pupils and to prepare them for life. We commit ourselves to finding ways for each and every one to experience success within a Christian setting. The school has close links with St. George’s Parish Church and the wider community. We also have a thriving P. T. A. and new members are always welcome.
Have a look around our website and please contact the school if you would like to visit us – every day is an open day at St.George’s. We look forward to giving you a warm welcome.
Our Vision – COURAGE
About the school
St George’s is a small, rural primary school in New Mills, part of the High Peak area of Derbyshire, England.
The school is linked to St George’s Church, which dates from 1831 and is a handsome Gothic structure in the style of Edward III.
St George’s Primary School is part of the Derby Diocese Academy Trust (DDAT) – see ddat.org.uk for more information.
As a Church of England Day School for boys and girls up to the age of eleven years, the Diocese of Derby appoints four members of the Governing body.
There are currently 131 children on roll. The Governors intend to admit 22 children in the year commencing September 2018.