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Thank you for all your kind donations for our Mufti Day today. Next Friday we will be asking for donations of Toiletries and bath products in return the children can wear mufti again.


We are very excited about our annual Christmas lunch next week. We will be sending out the family time slots on Monday. We are looking forward to seeing many of you there.xmas turkey


Have a lovely weekend.

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 N. Heslop

Thought for the week

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What's on

Monday 24th of November
Wednesday 26th of November
Thursday 27th of November
Friday 28th 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

Who am I?

I am a building with a number of stories. 

(Last weeks answer - Incorrectly!)

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 MESSC day we made delicious poppy cookies and our own suitcases to show what the children took when they had to be evacuated. Also we practiced the waltz and it was really exiting. We also went to the wildlife area and we sprinkled the poppies and we said a prayer to remember the soldiers. We also made poppy badges, it was really fun to remember the soldiers who fought and died for us in WW1 & WW2. Jasmine Glasgow(Year 2)

Today in group 15 we have been learning about Remembrance Day. We have learnt why we wear poppies on 11th November every year. We made a poppy collage made up of people we would like to remember. We also made an old fashioned toy, similar to what children would have taken with them when they were evacuated. We planted some poppies seeds in the wildlife garden and can't wait to see them grow in the Spring! We also experienced what it might feel like in the trenches.We have had a fantastic day! Lucy Lampard (Year 6)

Today we learnt why we have a Remembrance Day and what the poppies are for. We made a war-time toy (cup & ball); we had lots of fun trying to get the ball inside the cup! We also went into the wildlife garden and planted poppy seeds that will grow to help us remember the soldiers that died and fought in the war to give us freedom. Each of us made our very own poppy which we put onto a field backing along with some of the other groups to make our own poppy field. Very importantly we remembered to do a 2 minute silence to share our thoughts. We will always be grateful to those who are in the army trying to protect us and we will always have memories of those who died. We had a fun day doing lots of activities and learning all about Remembrance Day! Maddy Warren (Year 6)

Today in MESSC Day we remembered all the soldiers who fought and died for us. We made biscuits with brown chocolate icing on top. Delicious! We also painted some pebbles and planted poppy seeds in our amazing wildlife area. I can't wait to see them grow. It will be epic! Thehan Wanasinghe (Year 2)

Today was an amazing day for me. Here's a little recap of my day. First we had literacy and we were finishing off our spectacular reviews. Next we had 99 club, I was on silver and I had finished all the questions, I really hope I get it .Then we had science; we are looking at electricity and we learnt some symbols, and we created a circuit so we learnt that the more energy the brighter the light flashes. Then after break we had numeracy, the Chinese teachers from shanghai have come to teach us all about fractions. After lunch we had topic and it was really fun,part of the class were Celts and the others were Romans. I was a Roman and I was in a tribe. We were outside where the Celts were pretending to dig and Romans were planning to fight them it was exciting. Finally we had circle time with the one and only beautiful Mrs Mehrin, there were two questions. 1) Would you rather go to the past or the future? 2) What would you do with a money tree? So that was my day. How was yours? Jamila Kanchwala (Year 4)

Today in Numeracy I had lots of fun. Since we were learning about perimeter and area we applied our knowledge of area. We had to design a sweet factory including different types of rooms. We had sheets saying a room and then the area the room has to be. It was lots of fun. One of the examples was my lollipop maker room was area: 24m squared it was so much fun and I can’t wait to finish off my work tomorrow.Maya Hussain (Year 6)

Today in numeracy was the most creative and fun lesson I have ever had. We had to make our own sweet factories including the right perimeter and area. We were allowed to write our names on the different items, for example 'Mahira's milkshake' or the chocolate place but we had to have an office for the boss and an office for the manager. It was the best ever and we are going to carry it on tomorrow so we can finish them. Mahira Kayani (Year 6)

Today in numeracy we did a mental maths test and then we finished our sweet factories, once everyone’s were finished they looked very good! I had lots of fun and I hope we get to do more lessons like that. Maya Hussain (Year 6)


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