Our parents evening will be held virtually due to current guidelines and teachers are looking forward to meeting with you. Please see attached
October Round up I cannot believe we have already come to the end of the first half term!
Today to bring our Poetry Week activities to a close, we recorded children from different year groups reciting their favourite poems for us.
On a blustery Thursday morning, Elm class were put through their navigating paces during an Orienteering Workshop.
At DKH creativity is at the heart of all we do. We value the arts and since the start of the new school year, children have participated in a wellbeing
The weather is changing and the warm days of summer are becoming distant memories. With this in mind, we ask that parents / carers please ensure
It’s OCTOBER and we can already feel the change in temperatures. Our focus on reducing the spread of Covid-19
Miss Kearns, Miss Hulse and Miss Lewis would like to say a big thank you to all the families who contributed photos for the EYFS display.
Next week starts DKH’s Poetry Week. Children will have opportunities to read, share, write and perform poems. Poems are a great way to encourage a
October begins our celebration of diversity at DKH. We will be looking at Human Creativity from around the world, culminating in a whole school