Charsfield and Dennington School Partnership
Charsfield and Dennington School Partnership

Learning together, helping each other.

Charsfield CEVCP School
Dennington CEVCP School
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Information for Parents

This page will provide parents with some general information about the school. 

If you are considering sending your son or daughter to Dennington, please do Contact Us .  The best way to get a feel for the school, is to come along and visit us.  You would be most welcome.

 

The school was inspected by Ofsted in the spring term of 2015.  The report was published on 15 May 2015 and can be found here.  We are thrilled with the result of our recent Ofsted Inspection:  Dennington has been judged to be a 'GOOD' School.  April 2015.

 

Ofsted are keen to hear your views and thoughts on the school.  They have a website called Parent View where you can log in and give feedback.  Please do visit this website and share your views.

 

Please have a look here at the DfE School Performance Tables website to find information about the performance of our school, and the data for Key Stage 2 Tests and Results

 

 

Latest Newsletter

Newsletter March 2017
Newsletter March 2017.pdf
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Newsletter February 2017
Newsletter February 2017.pdf
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What do parents think?

You can use the link below to review the latest Parent Questionnaire.

Questionniare Results for Pupils and Par[...]
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School Closures

Click here to learn about the procedures involved in emergency school closures.

School Dinners

 

Click here to see what is being served by our fantastic School Cook, Mrs Jo Hall, for lunch this week.

SATs Results

You can click on the link below to review the Year 6 SATs results from previous years.

SATs results 2015 2016 .pdf
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NSpcc visit to our schools

The NSPCC visited the school to hold an assembly on how to keep ourselves safe. The children were introduced to “Buddy” the mascot and they learned about the "sack of worries" and what they can do if they are worried. The children found out about ChildLine and how it could help them if they ever need anyone to talk to. Year 5 and 6 then had a separate workshop where they learned about the issues raised in assembly in more depth.

Children learnt a catchy way how to remember the ChildLine telephone number which is 0800 11 11.

If parents ever need info on apps, games or social networks they can visit the NSPCC site Net Aware and it will help you stay up to date in today’s digital world.  We encourage children to share, but sometimes sharing online can be dangerous – the Share Aware site will help you find the right way to talk to children about online safety. We certainly hope this helps!

 

If parents need anything else please check out www.o2.co.uk/nspcc or contact the free O2 NSPCC Online Safety Helpline on 0808 800 5002 and they will be happy to help. Their opening hours are Monday to Friday 9am – 7pm, 10am – 6pm on weekends, and 10am – 4pm on Bank Holidays.

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