Pupil Parliament and Leadership
We have a number of opportunities for our children to demonstrate pupil leadership including Play Leaders, Peer Mediators and our Pupil Parliament.
Our Pupil Parliament had the opportunity to visit the Houses of Parliament where they toured the building, visited the House of Commons, House of Lords and the Queen's Chambers. They then took part in a debating workshop where they presented their cases for an early school finish. Surprisingly (?) the children voted for a longer school day. Well, we were not surprised at all!
- A Typical Day At Van Gogh
- British Values
- Positive Relationships and Behaviour
- School Meals
- Pupil Parliament and Leadership
Train to Teach Information Events
Applications are now open for teacher training placements for September 2021 The Sharing Excellence Partnership is a network of local primary and secondary schools aiming to recruit trainees with the potential to become outstanding teachers through employment based training. If you wish to find out more about the application and training process, or to regist...
Letter from the Trust
Ms George, Chair, and Mr Boyle, CEO of our Trust have sent a letter to all families today regarding the start of the year and school arrangements. Please follow the link below: Trust Letter to Families
As part of the response to the COVID-19 situation, Van Gogh has an ongoing and detailed Risk Assessment for the opening of the school covering a range of issues including basic hygiene, PPE, cleaning, school routines and equipment. Following the revised Government guidance regarding face coverings in schools, the Risk Assessment is being revise...
Return to School September 2020
This academic year we will start with the theme of ‘Hope’. Having hope in such uncertain times is key, and through a range of academic, creative and physical activities children will be able to express their hopes and desires for the world; whilst celebrating and being reminded of how special they are and the power they have to make our world an even better place. I...
Trust Parent Forum
Mr Boyle, CEO, Dunraven Educational Trust has written to all families today regarding the Trust's response to the important issues raised by the Black Lives Matter movement. The Trust will be hosting virtual parent forums to hear directly from our families about their experiences and views. Please see our Trust website HERE for further details.
Summer activities for the children of Lambeth