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owl halloweenWe wish all our children, parent and staff a wonderful half-term. We hope you have a lovely family time, please stay safe and we will see you all on Monday 3rd November.


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Letters sent home this week

Extra-Curricular Clubs - Autumn Term

Every term we have a wide range of extra-curricular clubs. This is an excellent way for our children to enhance their learning at Disraeli.

Please see our clubs timetables below.

Key Stage 1

Key Stage 2

Meet the team

Mrs F. Gale

Thought for the week

thought 3.11.14

What's on

Monday 3rd of November
Tuesday 4th of November
Tuesday 11th of November
Saturday 15th of November
Friday 21st of November

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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

What has many rings but no fingers?

(Last weeks answer - A Horse!)

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 in Numeracy group 1, Miss Keegan's class, we did a head to head challenge,unfortunately my team did not win however I still had fun and I am happy for the other team! I felt very unconfident on one question and I did not think that I was able to do it but then I found out that I could do it and I just needed to believe in myself. Also a couple of days ago I dId a level 6 question and I am proud of myself for that! Maya Hussain (Year 6)

Today I had a picnic in the Literacy I enjoyed it very much. We were learning about instructions.How to make cookies, sandwiches and cleaning the tables. Kinga Jaszke (Year 3)

Today in Science we were making periscopes . We worked in table groups and were very successful. Then once we had made them, we had to put the mirror in at a 45 degree angle. Then we  were done. I liked this lesson because it was really fun and creative. Mahira Kayani (Year 6)

Today in topic we learnt about Guy Fawkes. We had to plan a crier speech, as well as thinking about the consequences if you were to blow up the parliament building and kill the King. The punishments for it were gruesome, he ended up getting hung, drawn and quartered! Sadly, I will not be in tomorrow's topic lesson because I have forest school, but I will be able to write up my crier speech on Monday. Also in Science we have been learning about light and how our eyes work, we have also been making a periscope and we have to do the real thing today so having a great day so far! Scarlett Darrington (Year 6)

Fabulous and fantastic are the perfect words to describe our topic lesson. We learnt about the gunpowder plot by Guy Fawkes which was a very interesting topic to learn abou. We found out when James 1st was King. People were not allowed to believe freely , therefore Guy Fawkes decided to take matters into his own hands to blow up the parliament building with James 1st in the building . However his plan did not succeed. by Jasmine and Shianne (Year 6)

Today I had a lovely lesson with my Year 6 group, where we learnt about exchange rates and learnt to convert between pounds and euros. I was so proud because the children had no idea what to do at the beginning of the lesson and were so confident and efficient at doing this by the end! Mrs Kirsty Keegan

Today in maths we were learning about currencies and exchange rates .I didn't know this before but Mrs Keegan taught us that £1 is the same as 1.3 euros. We used this information to find out how many pounds and euros in other numbers, for exampl; how many euros in £3? The answer would be 3.9 euros. Without Mrs Keegan, I wouldn't have known this! Mahira Kayani (Year 6)

Today in Maths we were learning about  data it was so much fun and when I got on to my second sheet it was much, much harder. Bismah Ahmed (Year 4)

Today in Numeracy we were learning how to divide decimals using long divison (chunking.) I made a few mistakes in the chunking but mistakes are our way of learning and a fail is a: First Attempt In Learning. Charlotte Hayes (Year 6)

Today in Science we were writing two Diarys to Michael Collin and it was great fun... we learnt that there are 8 planets and they are called Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune... also we were thinking of feeling words. Only Neil Armstrong and Aldrin walked on the moon. Haleemah Ali (Year 5)


Today in Science we learnt about the first man on the Moon,Neil Armstrong.They were on the Moon for two hours and thirty minutes. Neil went on the Moon on the 20th of July 1969.This is what we learnt and put it in a newspaper article. Hafsah Ali (Year 5)

In Maths today we learnt about angles and in Science we wrote a newspaper report. it was amazing. Courtney Quibell (Year 5)

Today in Literacy we were doing an ending about Arrietty. We also had to change our openers to things like suddenly, just then, in addition and eventully, it was great fun... Haleema Ali (Year 5)

Today in Literacy we learnt about features of a prayer for remembrance day, we used openers and emotive language. Lily and Leo (Year 4)

Today in Literacy we were learning about features of prayers and we learned about remembrance. Truce & Iesa (Year 4)                 

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