Year 6 Prom

Krispy Kreme doughnuts…selfie mirror…LED jewellry…dancing…music…and everybody dressed up and looking incredible!  That just about sums up the Year 6 prom that took place on Thursday.  What a great night and a brilliant way to celebrate their time at DBCPS.  It’s a shame it had to end. A huge thanks to all the parents who supported this event; organising food, drinks, decoraions and the extremely
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Beauty and the Beast

This past week has been quite a busy one for our Year 6 children!  A total of four performances of their 2018 production of Beauty and the Beast Jr saw a technical rehearsal on Monday, a dress rehearsal on Wednesday and their two main shows on Thursday and Friday. So much hard work has gone in to the show.  From finding out what show
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Recorder Festival

Year 3 Recorder students recently spent an afternoon participating in the Dartford Recorder Festival at Mick Jagger Center. Children from six schools (West Hill, Holy Trinity, The Gateway, Wentworth and Maypole) met to play music from notes they have learnt before and some that was improvised at the theatre. Each school played a tune they have learnt. DBCPS played theirs beautifully you can here
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Summertime Snaps!

With all the great weather recently we thought it would be nice to capture some moments from playtime.  These brilliant photos were taken by one of our Year 6 boys, Romarni.  Some great shots and captures the fun and games the children have during break times.  As the weather gets warmer please remember your hats and to put on suncream. What’s your favourite thing
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Danceathon!

On Friday 15th June, Year 6 took part in a danceathon to raise money for our Chessington trip. We danced to lots of different songs from 9:50am to 11:30am. People dropped out and some stayed until the end. We had 9 winners. It was so tiring, the music got faster and more and more people dropped. We had so much fun! By Lily Blatt.
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Joss Bay

On a sunny, spring Wednesday me and my class drove on a red, tall double-decker bus to a sandy yellow beach. When we arrived safely we nibbled up our appetising lunch and devoured it. However some of the scavenging, mean seagulls ate parts of our yummy, delicious lunch. Quickly, we strolled in the burning, soft sand to dig for cold, sticky sand to make
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Fraction Sandwiches

We loved our Maths lesson on Wednesday as we were learning about fractions. We had slices of bread and we cut them in halves and quarters. After that our ‘fraction sandwiches’ were decorated with butter and strawberry and/or apricot jam. The best thing of all was that we could eat our ‘fractions’ at the end of the lesson. They were so yummy! Can you
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Sports Day Highlights

During the final week of last term everyone took part in sports day. As well as being a  chance for children from all across the school to compete in their house teams to be champions it also helps build teamwork, leadership skills and inspires children to participate in sports. We were very impressed by the positive attitudes and happy faces shown across all the
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Hospital Talk By Francine Payne

This term Year 4 were lucky enough to have a local historian Francine Payne visit.  She gave a talk about our local area in the past. It was really interesting. We learnt about the isolation hospital ships for smallpox patients, which were made from old battle ships and a ferry. Dr Birdwood was in charge at the beginning and then Dr Ricketts, Dr Cameron,
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A Mad Hatter’s Tea Party!

Year 4 invited parents to a special sharing event. They decided they wanted to show their parents all the different things they had worked on this term, but in an exciting way. So they decided on a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. The children were brilliant, dressing up, singing, acting, showing a science experiment and of course offering their parents some advice from Alice in
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