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At Deanshanger Primary school we would like to keep you all informed about all  the breaking news here at our school. From school trips to what goes on everyday as your children are learning and experiencing so many different adventures.  

If you click into a news item, there should be a button that will link you into the gallery where we save special memories. 

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  • Comic Relief Fundraising - Well Done Holly!

    Published 23/03/21

    We at Deanshanger Primary School would like to say a massive well done to Holly in Y6. She baked cakes at the weekend and held a sale which raised £47.60! 


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  • Red Nose Day is back at DPS 2021

    Published 19/03/21

    Red Nose Day is back at DPS. The world needs a life-changing laugh more than ever, so we'd love you to join in the fun. Please see some lovely pictures of our child enjoying wearing red noses and clothes for a great cause. 

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  • Chick Hatching At Its Best!

    Published 19/03/21

    What an amazing experience for our foundation stage children.

    They witnessed the wonderful moment the chicks hatched. The eggs wobbled and and the children heard cheeping from within the egg, just before they hatched. 

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  • Deanshanger Easter Activities - Saturday 3 April

    Published 15/03/21

    Deanshanger Good Neighbours (a working party of the Parish Council) is organising some activities for Easter to cheer us all up!!

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  • Road Map - Coming Back to School - 8th March ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

    Published 05/03/21

    Hi all 

    Opening our doors to all children across the school from Monday 8th March is a positive step forward; it is one that we are keen to do well to minimise risks and have as many happy children (and adults) as possible. The return of an extra 270 extra children (we have 364 in total) is very exciting but needs to be handled extremely carefully.

    To read more please click here:)

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  • World Book Day - Thursday 04th March

    Published 05/03/21

    World Book Day changes lives through a love of books and shared reading. Our mission is to promote reading for pleasure, offering every child and young person the opportunity to have a book of their own. Reading for pleasure is the single biggest indicator of a child’s future success – more than their family circumstances, their parents’ educational background or their income. We want to see more children, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds, with a life-long habit of reading for pleasure and the improved life chances this brings them. Designated by UNESCO as a worldwide celebration of books and reading, World Book Day is marked in over 100 countries around the globe. 


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  • Tom Palmer's book donation

    Published 02/02/21

    Huge thanks to Tom Palmer for kindly donating one of his books to a child in our school for Christmas. Tom has visited the school before and is a much-loved author here.  We are thrilled to announce that a return visit, possibly virtually, is in the diary for later in the year. Thank you @tompalmerauthor 

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  • Thank you very much

    Published 02/02/21

    Thank you Mrs. Atkinson for generously donating 123 beautiful books to the school library and funds to the school to help provide resources to support home learners! WOW! This means a lot to us as a school and to many families. 

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  • Letter to you all from Boris Johnson

    Published 01/02/21

    Dear Parents and Carers


    Here is a letter to you all from Boris Johnson to thank you for the amazing support you are giving to your children as well as helping to save lives. We can’t thank you enough for your continued support, patience and understanding.

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  • Assembly Poem. 27-01-21

    Published 28/01/21

    The children @deanshangers all came together to write a very sweet collective poem, to describe  the last 10 months. Please enjoy reading this...we think it will make you smile:)

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  • CGP Books

    Published 20/01/21

    A couple of parents have made contact about CGP Books. These books are cheaper if bought through school. We have decided that we will place a school order in January. These orders need to with us by Thursday 28th January.

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  • Library Plus

    Published 19/01/21

    Reading continues to be a high priority for us. Please can you ensure that child/ren are reading daily. This may involve you listening to them read or you reading them a story.

    Within school we have a number of e-book learning resources. For example in EYFS and Year One, the e-reading books and from Years Two to Six, myON. Accelerated Reader is still open so children can take quizzes on books they've read. If you are experiencing any problems logging onto these sites, please contact your child's class teacher so they can help you.

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