We allow students to enter school from 7.30a.m. If they arrive early, they must wait in the car with their parents.
Students can eat their breakfast in the Dining Hall.
We allow only school supplies, and we do not allow students to bring any valuable items to school.
If a teacher or staff receives a report, staff might ask to check the student’s bag.
The insurance covers only accidents at the school. If you would like to get more information, please contact the Parent Relations Department.
Parents must show the ID card at turnstiles A or B. If you did not bring your ID card, please contact the reception desk.
No, students are not allowed to wear accessories. In the case of a Buddhist amulet, this must be approved on a case by case basis as it might be dangerous for young students.
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If parents would like to talk with a teacher or have any concerns, please contact the Parent Relations team.
We have a lunch club and use of the playground for students.
MD-EY : 1 book
Y1-Y2 : 2 books
Y3 – Y5 : 3 books + 1 Accelerated Reader book
Y6 – Y8 : 4 books + 1 Accelerated Reader book
Y9 – Y10 : 5 books + Accelerated Reader book
The loan period is currently 2 weeks (14 school days) for all students.
Parents can use the DBS Newsletter every Friday by email, the calendar on the school website or the notice board at school.
Please inform the Parent Relations team and pick up your children at the reception area.
On the Parent Portal.
You should click ‘forgot password’, and the system will send your new password to your email.
The school does not allow parents to view CCTV footage.
Class Teacher/ Mrs Berry / Mrs McVeigh / Mr Higgins.
Please come to check at the Lost and Found area at turnstile B.
No, students can only visit the DBS café with their parents.
Please notify the school by calling the Parent Relations team or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Students are not allowed to use their mobile phone during the school day.
Initially, the Class Teacher or Section Head.
At the reception area
Yes in some circumstances, but parents have to tell the teacher, School Nurse and Food House team
Please contact the class teacher, Form Tutor or Head of Department.
It needs to be considered case by case, so please contact Mr Higgins
No, students are not allowed to drive.
Only students in Mini Dragons and EY1 have naps.
The school nurses will take care of students.
It depends on the child’s development, but the school will play a key role to support the child’s development.
The Den is an after school activity class for EY1 to Year 2 students when parents need to be late to pick them up after school.
No, but if parents come to pick up their children more than 15 minutes late, your children will be in The Den and you will be charged a fee for this.
Learning assistants will teach some activities and take care of your children.
This needs to be considered on a case by case basis.
Seesaw is an online classroom application that makes students excited to learn. The teacher will send the QR code to parents and they have to scan it to login to the system.
E2P is the system that parents can see the school-record of their children.
No, we use the E2P system for Mini Dragons to Year 4 students