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World Book Day

Thursday 5th March 2015

Next Thursday we will be celebrating World Book Day. We are dressing up as characters from our favourite books. Each year group has chosen a set of books or theme for the day and all the staff are dressing up. It would be lovely if your child could dress up linked to their year group theme. Your child will be told what theme they are doing and it is in this week's newsletter on page 4.

Letters sent home this week

Meet the team

Mrs A. Beaton

Designated Child Protection Officers

Designated Person for Child Protection:

Mrs Jatinder Virk - Headteacher

Deputy Designated Persons for Safeguarding: 

Mrs Paula O'Shea - Children's Centre Manager

Mrs Teresa Woodley - Learning Mentor

Governor for Child Protection:

Mrs Ann Beaton

Thought for the week

thought 2.3.15

What's on

Tuesday 10th of March
Wednesday 11th of March
Thursday 12th of March
Friday 13th of March


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Useful Links

Click here to connect to Ofsted's Parent View Website

Click here to connect to the DFE Compare Schools Website

Click here to access Bucks County's admissions policy for 2015/16

Click here to access the catchment checker website to check your catchment schools


Disraeli News

 Meet the world's first talking doll Cayla.

  Cayla is one of a kind talking doll that will talk back to you and answer children's questions. Ask her a question and she

will use the internet using voice recognition technology to answer.

The Disraeli School was chosen to test Cayla and you can see our Year 2's verdict here.


Around our school


Giving A Bit

Do you shop online? We have registered the school on the Giving A Bit website so we can receive donations from anyone who shops online. If you register and then search for charity ‘The Disraeli School Fund’ any donations will come to us. There is a huge variety of online shops to buy from, eg Asda, Sainsbury, New Look, Superdrug. Please have a look. We need all the funds we can get!

It's easy just click here 

Riddle of the week

Everyone has it and no one can lose it, what is it?

(Last weeks answer - A bottle!)

The Disraeli School and Children's Centre

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 At Disraeli, we believe that, apart from home, school is the most important influence in a child's life; fostering friendships; building confidence; nurturing talents and encouraging achievements.

Our mission:

To provide a quality education enabling all children to achieve their highest standards in a happy, healthy, secure and stimulating environment.


Dizzy Spellers

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wristbandsBecome a Super Speller!

We are committed to making all our children confident, competent spellers. to support our drive we have introduced "Disraeli Spelling Bands."

You can try the spellings yourself. Visit our Dizzy Spellers page to learn more.    



Join our 99 club

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What is the "99" club?

To help in our drive to raise numeracy standards, each week, all of the pupils try and answer a series of numeracy questions.  A 10 minute time limit is set and pupils start with 11 questions (the 11 club) and work up to 99 questions (the 99 club). When they get all of the questions correct they receive a badge and can move onto the next "club" the following week.

Try for the "99" club yourself

You can now try for the 99 club yourself online or just download practice worksheets, click through to our 99 club page to have a go.


Contact Us

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The Disraeli School and Children's Centre

The Pastures
High Wycombe
HP13 5JS

Tel: 01494 445177
Fax: 01494 528796


Head Teacher: Mrs Jatinder Virk

All enquiries should be brought to the attention of the Head Teacher

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Dweeting our learning

Today we learnt how to keep safe. We first listened to a story about a lost bear and talked about how we would feel if we were lost. We then learnt about safe strangers that we can talk to and trust as well as sharing ideas about safe places to go if we are scared. We talked about being safe on the internet and also when crossing the road. In the afternoon we then created traffic light pizzas to take home! "Don’t talk to strangers!" Mahek Kayani (Year 3)

Today in MESSC day we learnt about keeping safe. We created posters about stranger danger and safe places to go to. We know who the 'safe strangers' are who can help us any time, any place. After lunch we changed things that we are scared of into things that make us laugh such as a clown into a talking chicken! Mrs Chapman-Allen

Today in group 16 we discussed what we are afraid of and how we can keep safe at school, at home and on the internet. Earlier we made posters about being safe on the internet, which we really enjoyed. Before lunch we learnt about drugs and medicines and how they can be dangerous or helpful.  Louis Seaton (Year 6)

Today we learnt about our fears and how to understand and deal with them (by drawing pictures to make them look funny!) Also, we were learning about medicines and drugs and successfully resisted tic tacs and smarties! Evelyn Martin (Year 3)

In MESSC Group 2 we had lots of fun. We baked traffic light muffin pizzas.Yum Yum!  We helped Harry the Hedgehog cross the road and enjoyed singing the safety cross code. We learnt how to stay safe in the home, on the internet, with strangers and on the road.  It was a very busy day.  We are looking forward to getting together again soon on the next MESSC day. Sam Mayne (Year 6)

Today we learnt about medical safety and how to treat someone with a nose bleed. This morning we learnt about water safety and how to save someone if they fall into the water! We also learnt how to do the recovery position and what to do if a stranger comes up to you! Love from group 10 :)

Today we have learnt about being safe and we got to interview a policeman, our old P.E. teacher Mr Evans. We also made a thank you card to different people who keep us safe. Today was really fun. Oscar Gala (Year 6)

In MESSC day today we learnt all about how we can be safe. Our favourite part was when we were making the badges for Disraeli DES (Disraeli Emergency Service). We also sang a fun song with Mrs Selwood. We changed our fears into something funny like a spider and imagined it as a snowman. We also learnt about being safe in different sports. Lauren & Freya

Today in MESSC day we were learning about safety. Mr Evans came to visit us and told us what it’s like to be a policeman, he also let us try police things. Lucy Lampard (Year 6)

Today we learnt about road safety and how to cross the road safely. We also learnt about how to stay safe near water and what to do if someone is in danger or drowning. For the first time today I learnt to put on a bandage and a plaster. In assembly we learnt about other people’s lives and also which drugs are safe and not safe. Oliver Phillips-Jones (Year 3)

We have been learning about safety in MESSC day. We made badges and learnt a new song from Mrs Selwood. We called the badges Disraeli emergency service and learnt from Mr Hearn and found safety facts for sports as well. Saniya Bashir (Year 4)

This morning in group 5 MESSC day, we had music where we were taught about internet safety and we designed a poster on it. Then we had assembly and after that we had a test on whether or not we would eat the smarties and tic tacs incase they were drugs. After that we revealed what we were scared of and changed them into something funny. Next we designed our own badges for an emergency in school. Then we learned about saftey in sports with Mr Hearn. Amira Roubai (Year 4)


Today we learnt how to stay safe in messy day. We told everyone in our group what we were afraid of. Noor-Al-Ain (Year 5)


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