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Welcome to our school website. I hope the website will provide you with as much information as possible about our school. It was wonderful to see all the children return to school. Everyone at Dersingham has returned with a positive attitude and have taken all the new arrangements in their stride. 

I am now in the process of updating the school website and ensuring all the information you need is in one centralised place. 

The following updates can be found by click 'School Reopening 2020' on our website:

  • Dersingham Primary School Risk Assessment – please note that this assessment has been quality assured by officers of the London Borough of Newham. 
  • Visitor Information Leaflet under COVID-19
  • Our Recovery Strategy Plan 
  • Our Remote Learning Plan (in the event of a lockdown or having to dissolve a bubble)
  • A flow chart of procedures in the event of a pupil/ staff presenting symptoms of COVID-19
  • Our Updated staff list for 2020-2021

Although our school staff will not always be readily on hand for face-to-face conversations at the moment, we aim to maintain the high standard of communication between home and school that you expect from us. Please use our dedicated parent email parentcomm@dersingham.newham.sch.uk or phone the Office if you have any queries and the relevant member of staff will get back to you as soon as possible.

Even though it is not quite "business as usual" in terms of arriving and leaving school at the moment, I can assure you that Teaching and Learning is very much our core purpose inside the classrooms. All our staff at Dersingham have been working very hard during the Summer term to plan and prepare an exciting curriculum for the children.  We have made sure that we are prepared for "blended learning" in case any class has to continue learning at home during any period of isolation or absence at short notice.

Thank you for your ongoing support, your partnership with the school is invaluable.

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School News Feed
  • Important
    16 September 2020
    Face Masks
    Good morning, Following the recent local spike in coronavirus infection rates all parents must wear a face covering on school premises. Please note that this includes the school playground. Thank you for your cooperation
  • Important
    10 September 2020
    Friday Pick-up
    Dear Parents and Carers I wanted to say THANK YOU for all the parents who have sent us kind emails and positive feedback. It's been a very different way to start the school year. I know this is all new to us, but as we continue to live in very uncertain times, your child’s safety and the public health of everyone is our number one concern. I wanted to let you know that we have taken advice about our arrangements for tomorrow. Every Friday afternoon, the school will close at 1:00pm to all pupils. So that we can safely dismiss all pupils, we will dismiss from Little Ilford Park. This means we have the space so we can keep to socially distance rules and ensure the safe collection of all our children. Please collect your child at 1:00pm from the park tomorrow. I will continue to work on making sure we get the best possible advice as we review our risk assessments in line with government guidance. Until then, please continue to work with me and my leadership team as we try and work together to keep everyone safe. Lando
  • Important
    9 September 2020
    Update
    Good morning, Attached is a welcome back letter from the Head teacher, please read this very carefully. Kind regards, Clair
  • General
    29 August 2020
    School Opening update
    Dear Parents and Carers I hope the summer holiday has been filled with lots of fun. According to government advice I have waited until Friday 28th August to see if any guidance or information would have changed. On Friday 28:08:20, my senior leadership team spent all day working on communications and planning for our re-opening. We wrote to all parents at the end of July and you should know who your child’s new teacher will be. You will now receive a letter in the post this coming week giving you all the details and arrangements for the start of the new school year. Looking forward to welcoming everyone back to school. Lando
  • General
    3 July 2020
    Bupdate
    Good afternoon, I've had a lot of parents and children ask how Buddy is getting on. Here's a sneak peak at what he gets up to when all the staff and pupils go home at the end of the day :) Hope you all have a safe and happy weekend!
  • General
    15 June 2020
    Keeping in touch
    Please read the attached letter. This can also be found on the school website.
  • General
    11 June 2020
    Online Safety Assembly REMINDER
    On Thursday 11th June at 2:30pm, children in years 1-6 are invited to take part in a live online safety assembly! This is a brilliant opportunity for children to further their knowledge of how to be safe online, particularly with the increased use of technology and the internet during remote teaching and learning. Our local MP Stephen Timms will also be making an appearance! To take part, you will need to click this link on Thursday at 2:30pm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2aIqOBb2WY&feature=youtu.be Normally, YouTube recommends that children access the site from the age of 13 – but because this video is marked as ‘Made for Kids’, ​chat will be automatically disabled​.​ ​Your child won’t be able to make or see comments, or communicate directly with anyone. They won’t need to create an account or download any additional software. On the day, there will also be a post on Google Classroom where you children can communicate with their teacher and ask and answer any questions during the assembly. We also encourage that you watch the assembly with your child. In addition to this, there is a mini questionnaire for your child to fill in prior to the assembly. Once completed, please share this with your child’s teacher on Google Classroom. If you do not want your child to take part in the online safety assembly, please ask your child to not click the link that will be posted on Google Classroom. We do hope that both children and parents will take part in this opportunity. If you have any further questions, please contact your child’s teacher.
  • General
    9 June 2020
    Online Safety Assembly
    On Thursday 11th June at 2:30pm, children in years 1-6 are invited to take part in a live online safety assembly! This is a brilliant opportunity for children to further their knowledge of how to be safe online, particularly with the increased use of technology and the internet during remote teaching and learning. Our local MP Stephen Timms will also be making an appearance! To take part, you will need to click this link on Thursday at 2:30pm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2aIqOBb2WY&feature=youtu.be Normally, YouTube recommends that children access the site from the age of 13 – but because this video is marked as ‘Made for Kids’, ​chat will be automatically disabled​.​ ​Your child won’t be able to make or see comments, or communicate directly with anyone. They won’t need to create an account or download any additional software. On the day, there will also be a post on Google Classroom where you children can communicate with their teacher and ask and answer any questions during the assembly. We also encourage that you watch the assembly with your child. In addition to this, there is a mini questionnaire for your child to fill in prior to the assembly. Once completed, please share this with your child’s teacher on Google Classroom. If you do not want your child to take part in the online safety assembly, please ask your child to not click the link that will be posted on Google Classroom. We do hope that both children and parents will take part in this opportunity. If you have any further questions, please contact your child’s teacher.
  • General
    19 May 2020
    Dersingham's YouTube Channel
    There have been updates on our YouTube channel - make sure you take a look :)
  • General
    11 May 2020
    Letter from Executive Headteacher
    Letter - Please read the attached letter from our Executive Headteacher, Darren Williams.
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