Summer Fair

The DBCPS Summer Fair is taking place on Friday 30th June, from 3.15 – 5pm! This year ties in nicely with our multicultural week and classes will be running their own stalls on the day with opportunities to taste food from all over the world! The summer fair will be a lot of fun with games, raffles, tombolas, local Firemen and Fire Engine, Ice-Cream
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The Ongoing Saga of the Year 5 Plants!

It was a very hot afternoon when Mrs Stone from our Gardening Club came to help us (Attenborough Class) to plant our tomato and sweet pepper plants. We have carefully nurtured these plants from seeds and they are now strong enough to go into the school garden. It was with great excitement we carried them from the classroom. Mrs Stone showed us how to
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Superhero Day

Friday was Superhero Day…and what a fun-filled and colourful day it was! The week helped to raise money for children’s charities and to support the continuation of the school minibus.  And it was a time to remember a lost friend and pupil of DBCPS. We want to thank all the parents for their support this week (it was great to see you all at
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Family Movie Night

A big thank you to all the families that came along to join in on the family movie night yesterday.  What a great turnout! Over 80 children and adults made it along and it was so great to see you all.  We took a couple of snaps (above) before the film started. We hope you all enjoyed the movie with your families and treated
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An Update from our Governors

Governors had their termly meeting on Monday (22nd May). We looked at the survey completed by 120 parents at the Academic Mentoring day. The summary should soon be on our website. You told us that communication with you has improved, but many of you did not know what Governors do or how to contact them, so I will try to do a short piece
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Choose Life

Have a look at our (Year 5) super video. It is called ‘Choose Life’ and was made after a brilliant poetry session, where everyone had to choose something that made life better and write about it. Mr Clegg said that he could help film and put the video together for us. We listened to some music and then worked on some moves, linked these
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A Very Hungry Caterpillar

This week in nursery we have been learning all about The Very Hungry Caterpillar! We have enjoyed looking at the book where we were counting how many pieces of fruit the caterpillar ate – it was lots, he’s very greedy!. We also watched the story on our interactive whiteboard. We have learnt all about the life-cycle of a caterpillar and have learnt new words
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Year 6 Production Reveal

Last Friday, having put in such an amazing effort with their SATs, we finally revealed to the Year 6 children what production they’ll be putting on this year.  Why don’t you watch the video below and find out too…and see their reaction to the announcement! Lots of excitement!  They have been waiting, wondering and making many attempts to guess the show.  Now comes the
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Snakes Alive!

On Monday 8th May, Miss Lloyd introduced Year 1 to some slithery reptiles as part of our topic, Animal Allsorts. We were lucky to handle 3 different snakes: a Mexican black king snake, a royal python and a boa constrictor. Some of the children were brave enough to hold them! Do you remember where the snakes live in the wild? What do the snakes
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Wingham Wildlife Park

On Tuesday 25th April, Year 1 went on a trip to Wingham Wildlife Park as part of their topic, Animal Allsorts. After a long journey on the double decker bus we eventually arrived at the park. When we arrived, we were lucky enough to have a hands-on experience, below are some of the photos, look closely for some fantastic faces!! We were able to
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