​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​A Warm darebusry Primary SchoolWelcome to Our School


I would like to extend a warm welcome ​to you and hope that you find our school website of interest and that it gives you a flavour of what our school has to offer.

I am very proud to be the Principal of Daresbury Primary School, part of The Heath Family (NW) Trust. As a small rural school with 5 mixed age classes we are proud of our heritage and sense of community; pupils, parents, staff and Governors working together for one aim – to make this school the best it can be. We are proud of our reputation for being friendly, caring and welcoming, our educational standards and most importantly the high standards of behaviour and respect shown by our pupils. We endeavour to make our children's school experience both memorable and enjoyable whilst also equipping them with the attributes and wider skills to become successful citizens for the future. Our aim is to develop lifelong learners with passion and desire to develop and fulfil their potential. O​ur school is a happy and calm place to learn and develop; our school community is helpful, considerate and respectful of each other.

Children at Daresbury experience a broad and creative curriculum. We firmly believe that a good education requires a partnership between school and home: we believe that children learn best when home and school work together and support each other. We value parental involvement and work hard to develop strong links with all our parents to enable all pupils to promote high standards of behaviour, learning and attitudes so that every child can be the best that they can be.

As a school community we are proud of our school and would welcome the opportunity to share with you more about Daresbury Primary School. If you would like to visit us then please contact Mrs Staveley in the School Office to arrange an appointment as I would be delighted to show you around.

Kind regards

Mrs Carolyn J Roberts, B.Ed (Hons), NPQH



 Daresbury Primary SchoolPrimary 2018 applications for Reception places are now closed​​​  ** We are increasing our available places to 30 for September 2018 *** 


Applications for in-year admissions (children transferring from another school) remain to be made directly with the school. Parents requesting information regarding place availability must be provided with this information and advised that they may make an application if they wish (even if places are not available), and provided with the attached form. The School Admissions Code states that any parent may apply for a place at any school, at any time, and where a parent is unsuccessful in gaining a place they must be advised in writing as to the reasons for the refusal (oversubscription of the year group requested) and offered the right to appeal against the decision. At Primary level the only reason for refusal would normally be oversubscription within the year group requested, unless the child has been permanently excluded from the school. No further information other than that gathered by the common application form should be used when making a decision regarding admission to the school.

Guide to PRIMARY In-Year Admissions

PRIMARY In-Year Application Form 2017-18


Admission Arrangements

Halton Admission to Primary School ​


Daresbury Primary SchoolSecondary 2018 admissions - This is now closed

Secondary Booklet 2018

Secondary Flyer 2018

Secondary Transfer Letter 2018

Daresbury Primary School Latest News


In September 2018 the school will be increasing the size of its Reception class intake (Pupil Admission Number) from 20 to 30

From September 2017 we only have places available in Y4 and Y6. Any other Year Group application would be subject to an appeal process.​

Please click here to visit The Heath Family (NW) The Heath Family (NW) c/o Palacefields Primary School, Badger Close, Palacefields, Runcorn, Cheshire, WA7 2QW Telephone: 01928 716521. Annual report and Accounts are available on this site.​

Our school takes part in a project that runs jointly between Halton schools and Cheshire Police. This project is called Operation Encompass.  It aims to support children who are affected by domestic violence by ensuring that their school is informed. This then allows the school to provide intervention and support the children. Our trained Key Adult is Mrs Carolyn Roberts, who liaises with the Police and uses the information to support our children. If you have any other questions about this project, please do not hesitate to contact school.

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Thurs 7th
8am KS1 Judo 1/5
David Donnelly, MAT CEO visiting school all day
School Direct Coffee morning in School House (for
potential teaching applicants)
5:30pm Full Governors Meeting

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Friday 8th
KS2 Sleepover tonight (letter to follow)

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Mon 11th
Phonic Screening Check Week
1:30-3pm New reception Visit ¼
Mad Science 4/8

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Tues 10th
Y3 Swimming 6/10

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Wed 13th
NHS Health Check – Reception Vision, Heights &
NHS Health Check Year 6 Heights & Weights
10 children at rehearsal for Mersey Gateway Opening
Ceremony with Andrew Curphey (details tbc)
Open Classrooms 3:15-3:45pm
3:45pm Staff Meeting

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Thurs 14th
8:00 KS1 Judo 2/5
Year 6 Writing Project Celebration - visit to
Palacefields – Parents invited (details tbc)
10 children at Mersey Gateway Opening Ceremony
with Andrew Curphey (details tbc)



Daresbury Primary School Safeguarding

The health, safety and well-being of all our children and staff is extremely important to us at Daresbury Primary School. Please check out our safeguarding policies in the Parents' section of this site.


Daresbury Primary SchoolInformation​

We would be happy to provide paper copies of any document on this website free of charge on request to any parent or guardian of a pupil at the school