We are privileged to have three Church of England Primary Schools in our benefice. This means that almost all children from the parishes attend a Church School until they move on to Secondary Education at the age of 12. The Rector is a frequent visitor for School Collective Worship and other events as well as being a governor of each school.
After inspection the school received very favourable reports from the School Inspectors from OFSTED and the Diocese of Derby in March 2010 . It has some 100 pupils.<>Latest Ofsted Report on Church Broughton (Church of England) Primary School
This is a small school with some 70 pupils in three classes. The
just opened a new classroom which makes a tremendous contribution to
facilities and space available. The latest OFSTED inspection conducted
in December 2011 found the school to be good with outstanding features
As the school is a church school, it is also subject to the Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools (SIAS).
Head Teacher: Mr Philip Searson (Telephone:1335 330364)
The school has just under 50 pupils. It has just two classes and a close family feeling. Like the other Church Schools of the Benefice it enjoys a close relationship with the parish church. This small school has vacancies for new pupils. The school was awarded several School Achievement Awards by the DFES in recent years. A very favourable report were received from OFSTED in December 2011 when it was found to be good with many outstanding features
As a Church School, it is also subjest to the Statutory Inspection
of Anglican Schools (SIAS) The latest SIAS inspection in Jamuary
2012 found the school to be an outstanding Church School
Latest SIAS report on Long Lane School
Head Teacher: Mrs Suzanne Goodall (Telephone 01332