The intelligent sizing software means that when a child/student’s measurements are entered the system will indicate the suggested size on the shopping pages. However, this is a suggestion only, based on the sizes entered; if you require room for growth, or your child is not a standard size, you can use the drop down menu to select an alternative.
If you have any questions or require help please do not hesitate to contact their Helpline on 0333 7000 703 or email Schoolblazer at firstname.lastname@example.org
24 hour/365 days availability of all school uniform
Our system offers a step by step process to help you get the right size
Free, simple returns (prepaid returns service via Royal Mail)
Free nametag application using sewn on printed nametags (small charge for the tags)
Delivery to your home or place of work within 5 working days of order (maximum)
Secure credit card facilities
Simple, easy to navigate website
Telephone helpline available Mon-Fri 9am-8pm, Sat 9am – 5.30pm
To view our Senior and Sixth Form Uniform and PE list, please look at the Senior Handbook, page 15 to 21. Please click here.
The Kura app allows you to track your child(ren)’s individual school routes, arrivals and departures, and view boarding and alighting updates in one place. If a child doesn’t board, or if they alight at an unexpected stop, the parent, the school, and the Kura teams will know about it. Parents can cancel and book journeys in the app, giving them full control of their child’s travel schedule.
The App offers real-time, accurate updates including traffic status, potential hazards, and delays, directly to your phone. Offering you peace of mind, the service is time-efficient and tailored to you. The technology powers the most advanced school runs in the UK, integrating tracking and communication for drivers, parents, and school staff. Your children swipe on and off with their own tag and the technology automatically notifies you in real-time.
If you would like to make a booking for the school bus, please contact email@example.com and ask for a Kura app invite. Once you have received the invite you will be able to register and make your booking as required.
The bus routes currently operating to and from the school are detailed on this page. If there is demand for bus routes serving communities not currently on the timetable we will consider implementing them. Please let our Registrar know if this is the case: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can access these by clicking on the highlighted text. Copies of these and other school policies are available on request.
Curriculum Policies – Primary
Curriculum Policies – Senior
Safeguarding, Child Protection and CME Policy & Procedure (including procedures in the event of a child going missing)
They go beyond delicious menus to sow the seeds for pupils to make positive choices for themselves and the planet, shaping lifelong wellbeing behaviours inspired by exceptional educational experiences.
Chartwells Independent’s fantastic culinary teams prepare nutritious food and fresh, seasonal menus with the highest quality ingredients, pouring care and innovation into each dish. Their passionate chefs work closely with us to ensure every child receives a nutritionally balanced meal at school, perfectly suited to meet their needs and dietary requirements. Every dish helps to set our pupils up for academic success and inspire positive behaviours, while providing great nutrition for a healthy body and mind.
We know how important it is to help our pupils develop a relationship with food that’s good for them and good for our planet. Chartwells Independent dedicates time and resources to education surrounding mental and physical wellbeing, including nutrition and food habits, to encourage our pupils to engage with, learn, and enjoy food while developing crucial social skills.
Please let us know if your son/daughter has any particular dietary requirements or allergies. The cost of lunches is included in the termly fees.
To find out more about Chartwells and their catering solutions, visit the website or contact the school catering team.
Derby High School prides itself on having committed, professional, passionate and well qualified teaching staff who are strongly focused upon excellence in the classroom and contributions to the wider life of the school.The rewards for such staff are outstanding resources and an attractive package (including membership of the TPS and ECT/QTS support).
Derby High is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful applicant for any position will be required to undertake an enhanced disclosure via the DBS.
Teaching Assistant (Primary) – Job Description
Teaching Assistant (Primary) – Application Pack
Application Form – click here to download our application form.
Within the handbook there is a lot of useful information about life at Derby High School.
The Primary Handbook includes essential information for parents with children in Pre-School, Reception, Year 1 to Year 6.
The Senior Handbook includes information for parents and students. our Senior School, Year 7 to Year 11, and our Sixth Form, Year 12 and Year 13.
Every Friday during term time, parents are emailed a copy of High Notes – a weekly update about school news and events, including a message from the Head, Mrs Amy Chapman.
We practice a child-centered approach to safeguarding. All pupils, regardless of age, special needs or disability, racial or cultural heritage, religious belief or sexual orientation have the right to be protected from all types of harm and abuse. Our safeguarding policy forms a fundamental part of our approach to providing excellent pastoral care to all pupils, including young people who may be over the age of 18 years. Mental and physical wellbeing are both of equal and utmost importance.
To view our Safeguarding, Child Protection and CME Policy and Procedures please visit our school policies page by clicking here.
If you are worried about a child please get in touch:
- If you are concerned about the welfare of a child please contact the Designated Safeguarding Lead immediately.
- If it is out side term time, or outside school hours and you need an immediate response because a child is at risk of significant harm, please contact Derby/Derbyshire Safeguarding Board directly by clicking here.
- If you are concerned about the actions of a member of staff, please contact the Head.
- If you are concerned about the actions of the Head, please contact the Chair of Governors. Contact details can be found in our Safeguarding policy.
To report harmful content across social media platforms, please click here.
Please click the links below to view our safeguarding teams: