Dysart School is consulting on a proposal to expand its overall pupil numbers and to amend its Funding Agreement with the Department for Education.

For further information on the proposal and to respond to the consultation please click here.

Welcome Message

Dysart School offers a safe, positive and challenging environment for our children and young people. We retained our Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ category in September 2015 and we are committed to maintaining excellent standards. At Dysart we have high expectations of and for our pupils and believe that there is no defined limit to their potential.

Leigh Edser - Headteacher


Together we will build a fun, safe and caring school that promotes the joy of learning, high personal achievement, respect for individual differences, dignity for all and equal opportunities by eliminating discrimination.


The school is a calm and happy place. As a result, pupils enjoy school, are keen to learn and attend well.

Ofsted 2015

Latest News

Proposal to expand overall pupil numbers at Dysart School

Dysart School is undertaking a consultation on a proposal for the School to educate additional children with special education needs across the existing year groups at its current site and at a proposed additional site. The overall increase across both sites would provide a further …

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Autism Awareness Week at Dysart

Pupils and staff at Dysart have celebrated Autism Awareness Week this week, participating in a range of different activities to promote better understanding and acceptance of autism. We adopted the ‘Light it up blue’ theme, where many landmarks, businesses and …

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Work Experience at Dysart

We were delighted to welcome Zav, a pupil from St Philip’s school in Chessington, for a week of Work Experience at Dysart last week. Zav worked in our front office and helped the admin team with a number of important …

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Dysart Pupils Celebrate National Workouts & Wellbeing Week

On Monday March 25th, pupils at Dysart celebrated National Workouts and Wellbeing week. Pupils from a number of our younger classes came together to paint two large, communal, pieces of artwork. All the pupils worked together to produce two brilliantly …

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