At Dore Primary School our core values of resilience, creativity, resourcefulness and kindness are at the heart of our curriculum, which incorporates the National Curriculum, and is delivered through P4C (Philosophy for Children), TASC (Thinking in a Social Context) and Outdoor Learning approaches.

When our children enter the workforce, they are likely to be doing jobs that do not currently exist, such is the rate of progress of technological development. We want the children who come to Dore Primary to be creative, adaptable and better prepared for life outside the classroom.

Through creating learning opportunities to develop resilience and resourcefulness, our children are encouraged to think for themselves, keep going when challenges are tough, and develop the skills and abilities to solve problems in school - and in the future.

By promoting a happy, caring, secure and stimulating environment, where individuals develop robust self-esteem with responsible global citizenship, every child is given the opportunity to reach their full personal and academic potential.

Recent News and Celebrations

  • Y4/5 Forest School Learning Y4 and Y5 Forest School Programme 2017-18All children in Y4 and Y5 have experienced a block of Forest School sessions this year.  Activities included making wooden jewellery, fire ...
    Posted 15 Jul 2018, 14:45 by Richard France
  • Wileman Cup 2018 This year's Wileman Cup was delayed significantly by our terrible winter this year, meaning the pitch was waterlogged, snow covered, iced over and then waterlogged again until Easter time ...
    Posted 15 Jul 2018, 13:34 by Richard France
  • Stronger Together School Sports Day (School Games Day) On 22nd June, our annual Sports Day was held.  This year the theme was 'Stronger Together', with zones themed around our core school values of resilience, resourcefulness, creativity and kindness ...
    Posted 15 Jul 2018, 07:57 by Richard France
  • Summer of Sporting Success This summer, our children have had an amazingly successful summer of sport.  Well over 100 children have represented the school across a range of sports.Y3/4 HockeyBack in ...
    Posted 15 Jul 2018, 05:34 by Richard France
  • Soccer Aid for UNICEF update We are pleased to announce that we have raised £352 for UNICEF from our non-uniform day and football playground challenge. This money is enough to pay for a water ...
    Posted 26 Jun 2018, 23:39 by Kathryn Davis
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Recent Letters

  • Librarian Volunteer Ad July 2018.pdf   128k - 6 Jul 2018, 05:31 by Christine Davis (v1)
    ‎Advert for Library Volunteers for KS2 in September.‎
  • Lego Letter 2018-19.doc   646k - 3 Jul 2018, 09:07 by Matthew Smith (v1)
    ‎For 2018-19 Y5 and Y6. Response needed before TUESDAY 10th JULY 2018‎
  • 2018_06_29 RSE Letter to Parents 2018.pdf   181k - 29 Jun 2018, 01:56 by Christine Davis (v1)
    ‎Re Y4/Y5 RSE lessons‎
  • Y3 Information Sheet 2018.pdf   134k - 29 Jun 2018, 01:59 by Christine Davis (v1)
    ‎Information given to parents at the new to Y3 meeting‎
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