We are seeking to appoint an experienced school governor to make a valuable contribution to children’s education, opportunities and futures as the chair of our governing board.
As an experienced governor, you will know that governing boards make significant decisions about schools to ensure they are successful for every pupil. Our governor volunteers are drawn from across the school’s community bringing different skills, experiences and perspectives to the table.
Further information is available in the pack below. Please do get in touch with us if you have any questions about this opportunity.
Please access the draft policy and accompanying letter by clicking the document link below.
We really appreciate your involvement in this consultation.
In recognition of World Book Day 2021, we've shared lots of 'Masked Reader' stories.
Children watched the videos and tried to guess who was behind the mask. Some were really tricky so we gave a clue!
Here are the answers:
We had two winners who guessed all the staff members correctly. Well done to everyone who took part!
Please click below to read the letter sent to all parents from Harrow's Director of Public Health.
We know that there will be a range of emotions and feelings about the return to school. As adults, we will want to ensure that our children return positively and calmly - even if we are feeling anxious.
The NHS has some top tips and advice on how to make the transition back to school as smooth as possible, as well as information about further help and support. This is a great read for parents.
Additionally, each year group has a special community page on DB Primary dedicated to supporting emotional well-being. Do take a look - there are some excellent resources for parents and children, including this resource from Relax Kids.
Our staff will be on hand to support and children or families as we transition back into school.
School is opening more widely next week, with all children expected to return on Monday 8 March. Our last newsletter had lots of details. Here a few key reminders.
As part of a PSHE challenge, our Year 3 children made a moving banana car which would be good enough to enter into a banana race!
Our Year 1 children have been completing some research about lions. They have put their findings into posters.
Thank you to all those parents who have provided feedback to us through our recent survey.
The overall results are very helpful in our understanding of how our current remote learning approach is working. We are also very grateful to those parents who have taken the time to add additional written comments. We will read each one carefully.
A very brief summary of the results can be viewed by clicking here.