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Wembley Stadium Trip - November 2017

Praviz Khan arranged a trip to Wembley Stadium for fathers and male carers to watch an International friendly match – England – v – Brazil.

Thanks to Miss Hooker (Headteacher) and Wasim Khan (Family Worker) for accompanying the parents on this trip.

Parent Open Day

Tuesday 10th October 2017 –  2:30pm – 3:15pm

Parents came to see the New Family Room.

We had a fantastic turnout, a big thank you to all those who came and shared ideas of what kind of courses and services they would like us to arrange in the near future. The Family Support Team will take your suggestions on board.

Child Vaccination Parent Meeting

Tuesday 10th October  – 1:30pm-3:15pm

Dear Parents

A Parents Engagement Meeting on regarding Childhood Immunisations and the benefits of receiving the Flu Immunisation.

From September 2017, NHS England are offering all children in school years – Reception, 1, 2, 3 & 4, a flu vaccination in the form of a nasal spray.  This will be carried out in school by a team of specially trained immunisation and vaccination nurses that are based in Bedfordshire.

The vaccination programme is designed to protect your child against flu which can be an unpleasant illness and, although rare, can sometimes cause serious complications.  By having the vaccine, children are also less likely to pass the virus onto family and friends.  This will help to protect those who are at greater risk from flu including infants, older people and those with underlying health conditions.

A presentation by the Children’s Immunisation Team and parents had the opportunity to ask questions.

Reading Club - Years R, 1 and 2

Every Friday 2:45pm – 3:15pm

If you would like to attend please complete the register at the main office so we can have you child ready for you.

Reading Club - Years 3 and 4

Every Monday 2:45pm-3:15pm

If you would like to attend please complete the register at the main office so we can have you child ready for you.

Adult Learning Courses

Click on the links below to view details of various Adult Learning Courses enrolling soon:-


Childcare – Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools

Childcare 2017 / 18

Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools 2017 / 18




Kit Car


Children assembling the car during kit car club

Children assembling the car during kit car club

On Saturday 23rd April,’ Team Flash’ of DPS’s Kit Car Club cheered home with two trophies after competing at the Greenpower Goblin Race day event in Stevenage. DPS has been running an after school Kit Car Club for a number of years in which children assemble a battery powered go kart which can then be driven. The Greenpower Trust, which founded this initiative, aims to advance education in the subjects of sustainable engineering and technology to young people. Not only do the children have lots of fun in building a working go kart and racing it, they also learn and experience many inspiring aspects of STEM (science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics).This was DPS’s first time entering into an organised event to compete with other schools in the county under ‘Team Flash’.

Team Flash with the Flash Mobile on race day

Team Flash with the Flash Mobile on race day

Inspired by the superhero ‘The Flash’ who happens to have lightning speed, our speedsters really got involved in the events at the Da Vinci Studio School with their fantastic looking car. The day started with a great turn out of enthusiastic children, parents and school staff. After being scrutinised for safety and meeting Greenpower regulations, the races were on their way. The first event was the drag race which was all about speed in a straight line. Team flash didn’t let their super hero down when they sped to first place in that race. Next up was the slalom, a real test of driving skills in and out of cones. Although our drag champions didn’t win this race, they did however bring more excitement to the event when the flash mobile speedily bolted into the barriers towards the crowd. Everyone was safe, the car was repaired and the crowd applauded the brave and committed driver off the track. Unfortunately the circuit race was cancelled due to the lack of time, so it was straight to the awards.


Team Flash receiving their trophies

In addition to winning the trophy for the First Place in the Drag race, Team Flash was also awarded the trophy for the best bodywork. Congratulations to Sacred Heart Primary School who won the overall award which represented the best total score from all the events. “Flashtastic”, was the description for the project by one of the students in team flash.




If you would like to learn more about getting involved and supporting the Kit Car Club, please contact Mr W Khan or Mr A Kadir.

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