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Welcome

A very warm welcome to Deer Park School – a brand new primary free school which has opened in Richmond Upon Thames for children aged 4 to 11 years old.

The school takes great pride in its happy and warm environment, where each and every pupil is valued and supported. Pupils at Deer Park School are nurtured and guided through school life; we aim to stimulate and inspire our children, develop their interests and equip them with lifelong learning skills.

We opened with one Reception class of 30 children, increasing our intake to two classes from September 2018, when we move to our permanent site.  We will then admit up to 60 children each year to the Reception year and when full, the school will have 420 pupils on roll.

The school is currently situated at our temporary site at the rear of Richmond Adult Community College, Parkshot, Richmond, TW9 2RE (the school’s access is via Old Deer Park Car Park).

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Deer Park School is expected to move to its permanent location in September 2018.

Permanent Site Update – June 2016

Following the public consultation that was held on 19 April 2016, we understand that the final small amendments are being made before the planning application is submitted by Lidl.  Once this has been submitted and validated, we will be clearer when the Planning Committee will hear the planning application.  We will be in contact with parents to seek their support for this part of the process.

For more information on the site and its development, click here

There are a limited number of school places available for children who are of a reception school age (turning 5 between 1/9/15 and 31/8/16), please register your interest. I am always delighted to talk to prospective parents and answer any questions you may have.

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Thank you
Alison Colenso, Headteacher

Apply now – limited Reception places still available

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