Today Year 4's were involved in a science experiment to help sort out some solids. Mrs Wason had been up to mischief this morning and made such a mess mixing different types of solids together in lots of bowls. The children had to find the best equipment suitable to separate the substances so that Mrs [...]
U11 RUGBY v Newcastle Under Lyme School Date: Wednesday 22nd November Venue: Home K.O. Time: 2.15pm Archie Evans Jonathan Fitzpatrick Alfie Waterfield Anton Woo Louis Cholerton Charles Worthington Oscar Marsden Ben Kirwan Max Webber Stan Davies Freddie Hill Jimmy Spooner Christian Burrows U10 RUGBY V Newcastle Under Lyme School Date: Wednesday 22nd November Venue: Home K.O. Time: 2.15.pm [...]
U11 Hockey v Stafford Prep School DATE: Wednesday, 22nd November 2017 TIME: 2.15pm VENUE: Stafford Prep School (ST18 9AT) Dear Parents, Your daughter has been selected to represent D.C.P.S. girls U11A & B hockey team against Stafford Prep School. FINISH: CHILDREN WILL BE READY FOR COLLECTION FROM D.C.P.S BY 5.00PM Verity B Emily F Esther [...]
National Open Art Competition The following children have been selected for the Online National Open Art Children’s Gallery on the NOA website and each child will receive a certificate for their achievement. So they can tell all their friends and family to go and find their work on the website in the gallery where National [...]
For me, one of the most important events of the school year took place last Friday when we held our Remembrance Service at the end of our chapel service. Even though Armistice Day was the following day, we had to observe it and did so with a short, but very moving service that involved the [...]
Father Brendan took a lovely service today and invested our new choir. It was a very special service with some lovely solo performances by; Anton on the piano, Uma on the piano, Su-Shan on the violin and Max singing.
The Big Question: Would we like/use an outdoor table tennis table on the Practice Pitch? We now have a very keen electorate that are very engaged in the process. The results: Yes- 58 No- 28 Pupil Parliament will use this result to help inform their next discussion about outdoor play spaces in school.
This week is UK Parliament Week. Today's big question: Would we like/use an outdoor table tennis table on the Practice Pitch? Thanks to Anton for contributing the question.
The Big Question: Should we allow Main Prep pupils to choose where to sit at lunchtime? Another keen turn out. Happily, this question prompted much debate, this is a key part of the referendum process. The results: Yes- 61 No- 27 I have passed this information on to Mr Gear, he can use it to [...]
After looking at various bridge constructions the children were split into four groups and set a challenge of constructing a bridge from the various materials they were provided with - straws, sellotape, papers and magazines, string, insulating tape, card etc. After a brief discussion the teams got going and worked with great enthusiasm and ingenuity [...]