Some 1940s visitors were at DKH this week. Year 6 experienced life during Blitz Britain and even joined the Home Guard!
You’re fire! You’re hire! Year 6 were in fine entrepreneurial spirit on Wednesday, selling all manner of cash raising goodies! Well done for all your hard work, effort and charisma selling your wares!
Steady…. Steady… Year 5 were set an engineering challenge this week whereby they had to make the tallest tower possible using only spaghetti and marshmallows
Year 1 had a fantastic trip on the London Eye Riverboat cruise. They really enjoyed getting to see all of the famous London landmarks that they have been learning about as part of their London Topic!
2018 has been another great sporting year at DKH! A huge thank you to Mr Rochford, all staff and parents/carers that have helped and supported the children of DKH during all of the years sporting events.
The London Youth Games is a fantastic way to meet and compete with other people of a similar age from right across the different boroughs and communities in the city. It is a great example of how sport can bring young people together in a positive way! The basketball team from DKH participated in the…
Dear All, When we had our School Council meeting two weeks ago, we decided on the theme of Mini Beasts and Trees for class names. These will be the class names for September. EYFS Minibeasts: Ladybird Nursery1 Bee Nursery2 Butterfly Reception A Caterpillar Reception B KS1 and KS2 Trees: Oak Yr1 Birch Yr 1 Willow…
Year 6 smashed it at Condover Hall on their School Journey experience this year. Here’s taste of what they got up to. There’s also loads of photographs in the gallery.
What a fantastic day the children had on Wednesday, 27th June 2018 at St Saviour’s and St Olave’s sports field. We were lucky with the good weather too! The children were able to compete with great skill and determination in field events ranging from long jump, tug of war to track events including the hurdles…
The children gave a spectacular vibrant display of skill and prowess as they performed under the expert direction Paapa Jeh mensah for World Music Day. The performances are regular features at the Southwark education building in Tooley Street, London Bridge. Well done to all participants.