Etwall Gallery

Local Schools

John Port School
 

 

 

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During the expansion of the village in the 1950s the site of the manorial hall was developed to house first a Grammar school and then additionally a Secondary Modern.  Both schools were later combined in 1965 to make up the current John Port School, one of the largest Secondary schools in the entire country. Each day almost as many people come into the village to the school as live there. John Port School became an Academy in April 2011.

Each year the school holds a ‘Leavers Day’ celebrations for the Year 11 students. To view the slideshow for June 2014 please click here
For previous years choose 20132012  or 2011.   You can return to this page by clicking  ‘back’ in your web browser

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Etwall Primary School
 

 

 

Etwall Primary School is a co-educational Community Primary School for children from 4 to 11.  The oldest part of the school was built in 1870, with money provided by the Governors of Sir John Port’s Charity Fund. A further classroom was added under similar funding in 1905. The Primary School website can be accessed here

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For children aged 5 and under,  Etwall also has a Pre-school which currently runs from the Frank Wickham Hall.

 

Kadampa Primary School
 

 

 

The Kadampa Primary School Derbyshire is a brand new primary school welcoming pupils from age 3 to 11. It is in Etwall, Derbyshire, around 5 miles out of Derby City Centre. The school resides in the historic Ashe Hall, a neo-Jacobean, listed building set within beautiful grounds, which it shares with Tara Kadampa Meditation Centre (Tara KMC)

The school website can be accessed by clicking here

 

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