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Connected.       Progressive.       Determined.

A welcome from the Headteacher

Welcome to Dersingham Primary School.  Our website aims to give you a snapshot of our school, as well as providing important information for the whole school community.  We hope that you enjoy your visit and find the website informative and helpful.

As a school, we are committed to providing the very very best learning opportunities for your child in a safe, secure and friendly community environment.  As part of my commitment to raising standards, we are excited to deliver a bespoke curriculum linked to the full statutory national curriculum.  All pupils at Dersingham will have the opportunity to learn to speak a language, learn to play an instrument, learn to swim and to visit many places of interest.  Preparing pupils for life in Modern Britain and the demands of the 21st Century is a key focus.  This means that we have a strong emphasis on using technology as a learning tool and that all of our children have access to a range of technology, including the use of netbooks and tablets.

There is no limit on how well all pupils can achieve.   I have the highest expectations for all of our children, and as a school, we expect them to aim high and to achieve their full potential.  I feel it is important that pupils at Dersingham achieve academically as well as developing their personal and social skills, both in and out of school.  I, together with my staff, have a strong belief in good behaviour and good manners with an emphasis on caring for each other and taking on responsibility.  We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website and that you find it informative and helpful.  If you would like to arrange a visit to our school, please contact the main office.

Lando Du Plooy

Headteacher

 
 
 
School News Feed
  • Important
    11 October 2019
    RSHE
    You will be receiving a letter today regarding two RSHE meetings for parents next week. Please read the letter carefully and come along to one of the meetings.
  • Reminder
    13 September 2019
    NURSERY SPACES AVAILABLE
    See the attached for more information
  • Parents_evening_info
    4 September 2019
    Parent Information Sessions
    Our 'welcome back' information sessions for parents will be held tomorrow. Please come along and meet your child's new teacher and hear the key messages for the coming year. Session 1 - 3:15-3:45pm Session 2 - 3:50-4:20pm We look forward to seeing you there
  • Medical
    4 September 2019
    RED ALERT: Medication
    Please be advised that any child who has not returned their medication, especially asthma pumps, WILL NOT be allowed to participate on any educational trips.
  • Important
    3 September 2019
    Meet your child's teacher
    MEET YOUR CHILD'S CLASS TEACHER Thursday 5th September 2019 Slot 1 - 3:15-3:40 Slot 2 - 3:45-4:10 This is a COMPULSORY meeting for all parents. We will be sharing; -The curriculum for Autumn term -Expectations for pupils -Extended schools -Communication +Homework We hope to see you all there.
  • Medical
    11 July 2019
    Medication
    Please be advised that if your child takes any medication at school, including using an asthma pump, these MUST be taken home for the summer holiday. Kindly ensure that all medication is within due date before returning for the new year in September.
  • Important
    6 July 2019
    Knife Crime workshop
    There will be Knife Crime workshops held at Dersingham Primary for parents on Tuesday 9th July 2019 from 9.05 to 10am and the workshop will be repeated for parents from 2pm to 3pm on Tuesday 9th July. We hope to see you all there. Have a good weekend!
  • Event
    3 July 2019
    Sports Day
    Don't forget that tomorrow is Dersingham's Sports Day. Children need to be in school normal time with sun lotion, water, a hat and wearing the colour of their house. Parents, you can join us at 9:20 at the park - please make sure you stay in the zones for parents. Hope to see you all there!
  • Event
    21 May 2019
    London History Day
    This Friday is London History Day. To celebrate, we are asking children and teachers to dress up as a local hero - here are some ideas, doctor, nurse, police officer, fire fighter or even a family member. We look forward to seeing who your hero is!
  • Home_learning
    9 May 2019
    Bug Club Meeting Reminder: Today @ 2:45pm
    Hi parents, Looking forward to seeing as many of you as possible at our brief meeting today at 2:45pm to introduce our new reading programme - Bug Club. Please come in through the main entrance on Dersingham Avenue. Many thanks, Dominique
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