School Council

The children have been busy this week preparing and delivering their powerful speeches for the School Council elections. We had the largest number of candidates this year, so I’m sure the voters had a difficult time choosing who to vote for! Well done to all of the candidates who took part. ¬† The results everyone …

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Sports Day

Yesterday we held our annual Sports Day. The day was filled with exciting sports activities from the careful walk during the egg and spoon race, to the fast-paced relay race, to the strong pull of the tug of war, children took part with enthusiasm and competitive sportsmanship. Well done to all the participating teams and …

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Cultural Diversity Week

Today we celebrated¬† Cultural Diversity Day at Date Palm Primary. One of the best things about our school is the wide range of cultures represented in our children, parents and staff, and we wanted to show off this amazing diversity with a full day of celebrations! We held a whole-school assembly via Zoom in which …

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World Book Day

Last week Date Palm celebrated World Book Day with fun-packed activities throughout the day promoting a pleasure of reading. The children were excited to dress up as their favourite characters and they eagerly shared their favourite books with their class. Previous Next

Anti-Bullying Day

Date Palm celebrated Anti-Bullying day today with a splash of colour. Children came into school dressed in multi-coloured clothes – from red trousers, to yellow dresses, to purple shirts. Throughout the day, children were encouraged to express themselves and celebrate their individuality. The children took part in fun team-building activities and were united against bullying. …

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Black History Month

Date Palm Primary celebrated Black History Day on Friday 23rd October 2020. The children came dressed in cultural clothing and brought an African snack/lunch to eat. They enjoyed learning about prominent figures in history such as Malcolm X, Rosa Parks and Bilal (radiyAllahu anhu). Previous Next