Before the end of term, Years 3 and 4 took part in pedestrian training this week. Pedestrian training aims to build on children’s existing knowledge and develop their skills through discussion and practice. It is a practical roadside training course, which encourages
It’s a beautifully Sunny day at DKH Primary. What a great day to host our Platinum Jubilee picnic! As you can see, the children and staff had a magnificent day of food, sun and celebration. A truly fitting end to a fantastic term.
Gardening club with Mr Butt continues to be a big hit! Our seedlings have grown and have been planted. Our raised beds have been weeded and watered. Gardening Club is a great opportunity to explore the natural world, use our sense and develop our
It’s going to be a very busy and exciting day for everyone at DKH Primary this Friday as we combine two monumental British celebrations into one. The whole school will be celebrating both London History Day
Is your child turning 3 by Sept 2022 or Jan 2023? We have a September and January intake. Apply now to secure your place! We have spaces available for September 2022 start and January 2023 start at our warm and welcoming
Our school council will be reintroducing play leaders positions for playtime and lunchtime. Play Leaders are a group of caring children who have been trained to organise activities for other children on the playground.
This week is Walk To School Week. We are setting our children the challenge of walking to school every day (or as many days as they possibly can)! And we would love your help with this. In school the children have been discussing
It’s been a challenging week for our Year 6 children as they took part in SATs week. They all looked so very focussed and determined to do well throughout the week. It was lovely to give them the opportunity today to let
Continuing on with our topic on “Tar Beach” and the work of Faith Ringgold, the children created some beautiful fabric quilt patches of their favourite things as described by the
Early Years children were very pleased to meet and greet their special guest today who came all the way from Southwark Police Station to meet them. PC Hazel visited us today to tell the children all about the Metropolitan