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Our Aims We, at Dawley Brook, are committed to provide ·	A safe and happy school ·	A fair and just atmosphere in which everyone is valued and respected ·	An exciting and engaging curriculum which promotes a love of learning ·	Opportunities to be self-confident, responsible, well prepared life-long learners and responsible citizens.  Our Ethos At Dawley Brook Primary School we will nurture all pupils in their journey to achieve their full and unique potential. Our children lie at the heart of the decisions that we make. We aim to develop the confidence, independence and self-esteem of every individual in our care, in partnership with parents and carers. Springtime - new beginnings Just A Thought Just A Thought (please click) A Message From The Head A Message From The Head
What a truly stunning start to Class Two Donaldson’s   Meterological topic!!! Where did their balloon land??? Take a look at the Learning Journey your child will enjoy during the rest of the Spring Term. Reception Class Hughes  had a great time when parents and grandparents helped them during their INSPIRE day. Reception Class Hughes are certainly made of the ‘write’ stuff - they just love to write! Class Six wrote an anthology of beautiful, haunting poems about the tragedy and the heroism of young men sent off to fight in World War 1. This is how we Promote British Values in school. Click to view our SEND  document. Our Pupil Premium  allocation for 2013-2014 had a significant impact in school. Class 5 Morpurgo went back to ancient times and built a great stone circle. Class 3 Dahl scientifically calculated the design and technology behind having fun with learning. Reception Class Hughes got Out and About - and had a Playground Adventure.
Check These Out... Check These Out... March 4th    Governors’ Resources and Comm’s Committee Mtg at 6.00pm  9th    Class 6I Assembly ‘African Adventure’.  Parents of Class 6I (only) are welcome to attend  this assembly.  (Class 6H on the 17th).  9th    Open The Book  Assembly  13th   Mother’s Day Activities  16th   SLT Open Evening from 4.30 to 6.30pm  18th   RE Debate at St James Primary  16th   FULL Governor’s Meeting from 6.00 to 8.00pm  19th   Anthony Reddy Maths Parent Workshop (for Years 5 and 6 parents only) at Glynne Primary from 6.00 until 7.30pm.  24th   Parent Consultation  Evening from 4.00 ‘til  7.00pm.  25th   Parent Consultation  Evening from 4.30 ‘til  6.30pm.  27th   End of Spring Term. INSET Day - school closed to children.  April 13th   Back to School - Summer Term begins.  Dates For Your Diary Dates For Your Diary (well, almost!) Class Six Ibbotson Assembly “African Adventure” Monday 9th March at 2.50pm Parents of Class 6I (only)  are very welcome to attend. (Class 6H following week) Home