Feedback

Working closely with pupils’ families is a crucial part of our work at Dysart School – we want to ensure that the school is doing everything it can to support and nurture our pupils to achieve their ambitions.  Your feedback helps us to focus on key areas for improvement and the issues that are important to you and your child.

Please find some feedback from our Parents:

I feel very happy with my child’s support

 

Thanks for being so wonderful, Leigh and team!

 

I think you are doing everything about children’s needs

 

Doing a fantastic job – no need for improvement!

 

What an amazing school – thankyou!

 

My child is doing so well now he is at Dysart. I cannot thank you enough.

 

My son seems to have found his niche at Dysart with a group of professionals who understand him properly. It’s only within an environment like this that he will be able to exploit his full potential.

 

 

You are rightly proud of your work around pupil wellbeing, and ensuring pupils are ready for learning.  This has enabled you to establish a calm and purposeful learning environment for pupils with considerable needs.

Ofsted 2019

Latest News

Festive fun with FODS

We were delighted to welcome families to the FODS Christmas Pantomime on the evening of Monday 9th December.  The pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk, took place at Tiffin Girls’ School. Like all good pantomimes, the evening involved beautiful bright costumes, …

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Christmas Concert at Christ Church

On 11th December the Dysart community came together to celebrate Christmas at Christ Church in Surbiton. With students, staff, families and friends we had just over 230 in the church for a musical celebration at this festive time of year. …

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Festive wishes

On Monday 9th December, pupils were excited to visit Santa in his grotto at Chessington Garden Centre. The visit started with a trip to the Christmas Creations room where the children were asked to draw their Christmas wish on a …

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Christmas in the Community

Last Thursday, 22 students from Dysart went to Kingston to celebrate the start of Christmas. As part of Kingston’s Christmas celebrations, Dysart School was invited to sing in Kingston’s Marketplace along with other schools from OHCAT. The pupils sang a …

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