Deptford Park Primary School

The World in Our School

Announcement - Parents Evening

Have you signed up for Parents Evening?  Please go online and book for Monday 2nd March.

Announcement - World Book Day

Dress up as your favourite book character for World Book Day on Thursday 5th March.

Announcement - polling day

Please Note - Polling Day - Thursday 7th May 2020 - School will be closed

Announcement - Term Dates

Term Dates 2020-2021 are now available - please look in About Us/Key Information

Announcement - School start - 22 11 19

School starts at 8.55 am please ensure your child is on time every day.  

Welcome to Deptford Park Primary School

Welcome to Deptford Park Primary School’s website. Our school is situated in the Evelyn ward within Lewisham. We are a three-form entry community primary school and admit children from three to eleven years old. Our primary school is at the heart of the community and we seek to create strong links with all members of our locality. We celebrate the rich diversity of our community and encourage children to respect each other’s cultures, faiths and traditions. We work in partnership with our parents and we will encourage you to be fully involved in your child’s education. We value parental involvement and our community is important to our school.

Our school aims for high academic standards for all, but at the same time embodies the broadest possible definition of education. At this school every child does matter and we do all we can to make a difference.

World Book Day 2020

It’s World Book Day next Thursday 5th March – come to school dressed as your favourite b...

E- Safety

This week is Safer Internet Week in school, we have been teaching our children how to stay safe onli...

Parental Survey

Thank you to all our parents who completed our survey.  We are in the process of analysing all ...

Dates for your diary……

 

Monday 2nd March – Parents Evening

Wednesday 4th March –  Opal Class Y5 – trip to Library

Thursday 5th March –  World Book Day – dress as your favourite character

Thursday 5th March – Jade Class Y5 – trip to Library

Friday 6th March – PTA Daffodil competition

Monday 9th March – Purple Class Y2 – trip to Horniman Museum

Tuesday 10th March – Red Class Y2 – trip to Horniman Museum

Wednesday 11th March – Green Class Y1 trip to Horniman Museum

Wednesday 11th March – Quartz Class Y5 – trip to Library

Thursday 12th March – Rose Class Y1 – trip to Horniman Museum

Thursday 12th March – Amber Class Y4 – trip to Library

 

 

   

OFSTED REPORT

This is a Good School.  Pupils’ progress is now accelerating as a result of better teaching. Teachers manage their classes well and good use is made of ICT to help pupils access their work. – Read More >>

SCHOOL ADMISSIONS

Deptford Park takes up to 90 children into our Reception classes each year in September. Applications for a Reception place are coordinated by Lewisham Local Authority and must be made  by calling the Admissions team on 020 8314 8282 or online by registering Read More >>

ACHIEVING POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR

Our school believes that children flourish best when their personal, educational, social and emotional needs are met and where there are clear and developmentally appropriate expectations for their conduct.  Read More >>

 

 

 

 

 

SEND

Please let us know on admission about any special needs your child may have. If we are concerned about your child’s development or behaviour, they will be placed on our register of Special Needs to ensure that we track their progress and support carefully. Read More >>

CURRICULUM

At Deptford Park, we provide a broad and exciting curriculum set within the context of the National Curriculum. We promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, intellectual and physical development of all our children preparing them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life. Read More >>

PUPIL PREMIUM

The Government believes that the Pupil Premium, funding which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to address the current inequalities by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most Read More >>