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OfSTED finds Deer Park School ‘Outstanding’ in All Areas!

Posted on September 14, 2018 by Noel Anderson

Deer Park School has received its first report from OfSTED, where inspectors found the school to be Outstanding in all assessed areas. Opened in 2015 by Bellevue Place Education Trust and still operating out of a temporary site, the report acknowledged an “ethos focused on enabling every child to succeed”, noting that “inclusion lies at […]

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Ten Top Tips for New Pupils Starting School

Posted on August 28, 2018 by Noel Anderson

Beginning school for the first time is a key milestone for new pupils and parents alike, and it can be an emotionally difficult time for both. It’s perfectly natural to feel nervous and excited, though with preparation you can manage this period of change to ensure that you and your child enjoy the first of […]

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New Ryde House Mixed-Use Development with Lidl

Posted on July 31, 2018 by Noel Anderson

Bellevue Place Education Trust opened a Free School in September 2015 which became Richmond’s Deer Park School, with the express purpose of meeting the primary place needs for the East Twickenham/St. Margaret’s area of the borough. Finding a permanent location for the school has been challenging: like for many new schools in London, space is […]

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Heather Mckissack MBE Tribute

Posted on July 18, 2018 by Noel Anderson

It is with huge sadness that we let you know of the passing of one of our truly wonderful Governors. Heather Mckissack MBE served as our Governor from December 2016, with her main focus being on our Pupil Premium children. Heather’s appointment to the Governing Body truly embodied our mission to blend the best of […]

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Updated Policies in line with GDPR Requirements

Posted on May 29, 2018 by Noel Anderson

Protecting your privacy General Data Protection Regulation is legislation designed to make it easier for you to control how Deer Park School uses parents/carers personal details and those of pupils. We need to make it clear to you What personal data we collect and keep Why we collect and keep the data How we use […]

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Parent View and BPET Parent Surveys

Posted on May 21, 2018 by Noel Anderson

As parents and carers are by now no doubt aware, Deer Park is a school that places a large emphasis on regular feedback. That’s why this month we’ve asked our families to complete two questionnaires! In anticipation of an Ofsted visit this term, we would be very grateful if parents and carers could complete the survey on Parent […]

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Art Day at Deer Park School

Posted on May 18, 2018 by Noel Anderson

This week, we held Art Day at Deer Park School and the work produced has certainly given us something to write home about! Fawn Class (Reception) focussed on the unique portraiture of Giuseppe Acrimboldo, the 16th Century Italian artist who used fruits and vegetables to depict the human form. The children used real life fruits […]

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Mother’s Day Breakfast – In Pictures!

Posted on March 6, 2018 by Noel Anderson

Last Friday, Deer Park mothers answered our call to attend a Mother’s Day breakfast, to be served by the gracious children that they have raised. As is clear in these pictures from the event, the mothers thoroughly enjoyed the sincere appreciation shown by our dear pupils! Though we don’t recommend the adults get too used […]

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Phonics results recognition from Rt Hon Nick Gibb

Posted on November 23, 2017 by Head Teacher

We received a letter on 13 November 2017 from Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP, Minister of State for School Standards, congratulating Mrs Colenso, staff and pupils on the school’s outstanding achievement in the 2017 phonics screening check. In the Phonics check, 95% of pupils at Deer Park reached or exceeded the pass mark, making Deer […]

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Excellent Parent Survey Results

Posted on June 15, 2017 by Jenny Hawken

Parent Survey Results – June 2017 Thank you to all of you who responded to the parent survey issued in May. With an amazing 79% of families having completed it, we can use the data to support the forward planning of the school. Your feedback is invaluable and complements the feedback we receive via our […]

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