Croeso i Ysgol Gynradd Deri Welcome to Deri Primary School
Come and explore our website to see the fantastic things going on in Deri Primary School - the small school with the big heart!
I am very proud to be headteacher at Deri Primary School. I am part of a very committed and hard-working team of teachers, teaching assistants and support staff who all strive to ensure the best learning experiences for our children. Our school truly is 'The little school with a big heart' at the centre of the community. Click on the pictures below to view our school prospectus and most recent Estyn Inspection Report. Click on the menu picture to see the new choices for school dinners.
Headteacher Susan Martin Deri Primary School @MrsMartin2015
Deri Primary School Estyn Report March 2019
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Up coming events
Curriculum Coffee Morning
Children in Need 2023
We love Children in Need! We all dressed in whatever we liked to raise money. We raised a whopping £100! Da iawn pawb! #LegenDeri
Anti-bullying Week 2023
Click on the pictures below to watch D1 and D2's fantastic anti-bullying songs.
Remembrance Day 2023
Well done to our Heddlu Bach who attended the community Remembrance service. You were a credit to the school and you read the poems beautifully.
Red Nose Day -Do something funny for money 2023
The children had crazy hair for the day and raised £98 for Comic Relief.
World Book Day 2023
We celebrated World Book day with lots of book themed activities in class. There were lots of fantastic entries into our favourite character competition. We had a session in the community centre with our librarian too. Mrs Martin set 2 challenges
Extreme reading challenge where you take a photo of yourself reading in a strange place and tweet using the #extremereading
Design a dream library and tweet using #dreamlibrary
St David's Day 2023
We had a fantastic day on March 1st celebrating St David's Day. Our eisteddfod was a celebration of our Welsh language and Culture and all the children's performances made everyone really proud. Our special guest judges, Mrs Walker and Mrs James, were blown away by the whole school and their enthusiasm. The competition entries were of an exceptional standard and as always we are grateful for the support from home for the craft, art, history research and home cooking entries. Mr Jones arranged a special guest visitor, Wales and Dragon's rugby player, Will Reed who gave us an inspirational talk and we asked him lots of questions about how he got to play at the level he is today. We finished the day off with Gwyl Plant dancing on the yard (until it rained) and a rousing rendition of our National Anthem.
New Football Kit
We would like to say a huge thank you to Alan Price and Sons Ltd. for sponsoring our brand new football kit. The children are thrilled and can't wait to try it out. Watch this space!
Welsh heritage Schools Initiative
On Friday 8th July 2 members of the History club and Miss Bourne went to St Fagons Museum in Cardiff to attend the awards ceremony for the Welsh Heritage Schools Initiative. The History group had completed a project about Ysgwyddgwyn Chapel which recently closed in Deri. The group researched the history of the chapel, discovered memories of local residents and created a display. They entered the competition and won first prize in The Catherine and Daniel Phillips Memorial Prize Hodge Foundation and won £250. Well done History Club #LegenDeri
Year 1 and Year 2 in Octopus Energy Design Awards
Year 1 and Year 2 visited the wind turbine above Deri on Thursday 8th July to enjoy a science filled morning learning about wind, wind turbines and sustainable green energy. The children enjoyed a science show from 'Boffin John' and were treated to refreshments. All this was provided by Octopus Energy who own the wind turbine above Deri. The children entered a design a poster competition for wind Turbine 2. All the children received goody bags. The four runners up, Jayke, Scarlett, Lacey May and Netty were awarded fluffy Octopus teddies. The winning design which you can see on the wind turbine itself was designed by Alyssa who won an ipad! The children were so well behaved and had great fun! The video of the event is being created by Octopus Energy and will be shared soon so watch this space.
Our School Council met with Gerald Jones M.P.
Our School Council members were lucky enough to ask questions to Gerald Jones P.M. They asked questions about Global warming, Litter, improving schools and Mental Health provision for young people. It was great to have the opportunity to chat online and now we have an action plan for our school council. The children received certificates for their participation. Da iawn pawb!