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Assessment

Assessment Policy and Procedures Why Assess? We assess to be sure that all children across the Blossom Federation can make as much progress in their learning as they possibly can. By assessing children’s achievements in their work, further progress in their learning can be planned for. Assessment...

Performance, Results and Reporting

This page presents the performance data for the academic year 2022-2023 for the school based on: End of Early Years Foundation Stage data Outcomes of the Y1 Phonics Check Key Stage 1 Teacher Assessment Key Stage 2 Teacher Assessment and Tests The Performance Data Narrative document presents the...

Free School Meals

Pupil premium and free school meals If your child is eligible for ‘free school meals’ and you register them for this, we’ll receive extra funding called ‘pupil premium’. We use this extra money to improve the educational provision and resources at the school. What is pupil premium funding? Pupil...

Calendar and Term Dates

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Literacy

At Daubeney we are committed to raising standards in Literacy and follow the National Curriculum in order maintain accurate coverage across the year. In order to maximise opportunities to develop literacy skills, we make cross curricular links wherever possible. In Early Years we follow the Early...

Contact

Daubeney Primary School Daubeney Road Clapton London E5 0EG Telephone: 020 8985 4380 Fax: 020 8525 7639 Email: admin@daubeney.hackney.sch.uk The person who deals with queries from parents and members of the public: Debi Groves Other Key Contacts Executive Head Teacher: Robin Warren Head of School:...

Creative Arts - Art and Design Technology

At Daubeney, the children are given the opportunity to have a broad, balanced and exciting curriculum. Art is taught through our cross-curricular lessons with a special focus during Art weeks throughout the year. We will inspire, engage and challenge pupils, equipping them with the knowledge and...

Governors

Welcome to the Governing Body section of the website. My name is Will Emms and I am the Chair of Governors of the Blossom Federation of Daubeney, Sebright & Lauriston Schools and Children Centres. Our governors represent our wider school community: elected parent and staff governors, one Local...

Maths

Our Vision Our vision at Blossom Federation is to nurture a life-long love and confident use of Maths. We aim to develop lively, enquiring minds encouraging pupils to become self-motivated, confident and capable in order to solve problems that will become an integral part of their future. Through...

Nurture Group - The Nest

...ve MBQMA Award The Majorie Boxall Quality Mark was awarded to us in April 2019. We are very proud to receive this award as it recognises the hard work of pupils and staff. It demonstrates how dedicated Daubeney is to Nurture and supporting children's well being. MBQMA Report Useful Websites...

About our Curriculum

At The Blossom Federation of Daubeney, Sebright and Lauriston Schools, we shape our curriculum to ensure all pupils have access to a rich, exciting, experiential curriculum, which celebrates the rich diversity of our schools. Drawing on the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage and...

Phonics & Early Reading

At Blossom Federation we have devised our own phonics programme based upon the principles of Letters and Sounds. We use a range of resources and strategies to tailor the phonics provision to meet the needs of our pupils. It aims to build children's speaking and listening skills in their own right...

Starting Reception in September

... from the Trutex shop on Broadway Market or available through your online Scopay account. Children should wear black shoes, grey or black trousers or skirt, school polo shirt and a red Daubeney V-neck sweatshirt or cardigan. Children should not wear jewellery, but if they have pierced ears, small st...

Year 2 - 2C WOW Day

WOW! What a day its been! During our WOW day, we learnt about some landmarks in the UK and we spent the day using different materials to design and create some of these landmarks. Can you tell which is the: St Pauls Cathedral, Clifton Suspension Bridge, Hadrian's Wall and Westminster Abbey?

Year 6 - WOW Day - Autumn 2 2019

We kicked off Autumn 2 with a "WOW DAY". We started off with some sweet treats from all across the continent. We tasted delicacies from countries such as France, Poland and Sweden. We then put our researchers hats on and had to choose on country from Europe and create an eye-catching fact...

Year 2 - No Pen Day in 2C

Have you ever not used pens in school? That’s what we did today! We spent a whole day doing learning without using pens! We did lots of things we enjoy like reading books, learn about landmarks in the UK by playing a game and we even played games in maths that made us think a lot! Are you...

KS1 Sewing Club

KS1 Sewing club have worked very hard during Autumn 1 with Miss Joan. They have had fun learning to sew and exploring the different patterns they can create to make their own personalised bookmark

Year 2 - No Pen Day in 2P

We had a fun day today! We read our favourite books, played lots of different maths games and using our amazing vocabulary to describe different landmarks in the UK. At first, some of us weren’t sure how we’d be able to do anything without using pens but we soon realised that there are...

Year 6 - Tycoon Team in Action

The Year 6 Tycoon Team have been developing a business enterprise in school (change challenge). So far this year, the business enterprise has been a wonderful success. The children are very excited about being part of the business and love to see profits being made, this is helping children with...

Year 5 Opens Shop

Today Year 5 opened many shops such as Desco Supermarket, Dercy Dingles, JDaubeney Sports and many more. We bought and sold many products practicing money skills such as adding amounts mentally, giving the correct change and even using a bank! Year 5, what was your favourite experience when...

Year 6 WOW Day - The UK!

Today we completed our learning for our Autumn 1 topic - the UK! We sketched our favourite landmarks in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. We then created sculptures of our favourite landmarks. Which landmarks have you visited in the UK? Do you have a favourite landmark? Why?

Year 1 - 1L World Book Day 2020

1L had an amazing time celebrating world book day today! We came dressed as our favourite book characters, we made our own bookmarks and finger puppets as well as designing our own book front covers! We worked together to make a big book themed art piece too!

Year 1 - 1A Geography WOW Day

For geography WOW day we have been creating landmarks in London out of junk box modelling. We've enjoyed painting, sticking, cutting and drawing. We've also learnt that London is a very busy city with wonderful things to see including the Big Ben, London Bridge, Buckingham palace, London...

Year 5 - Geography: Tanzania

This week we have been learning about physical and human geography of Tanzania. Physical geography are natural landmarks such as mountains and beaches and human geography are man made landmarks such as buildings and cities. Where in Tanzania would you like to visit?

Prefects' Morning Out

...me sweet treats from Broadway Market. We also had a Christmas sing song on the way home....

ICT in Nursery

We have been playing numeracy games on the Topmarks website

Reception - Journey through African

We have had a fantastic first week back! This week, reception have been taking a Journey through Africa, learning about the countries, animals and landmarks! We have been making African inspired masks, African patterns using 2D and 3D shapes and bright colours. We have also enjoyed playing in the...

Year 4 - Mapping Day

The children today, 20th April 2021, had a fun day of learning all about mapping. The children started by identifying continents, oceans, cities and various landmarks and features on a map. Then the children placed key features on a map while planning a local route using a local map of our area....

Nursery - Outdoor Chalk Fun

The Nursery children had heaps of fun mark making with chunky chalks outdoors

Year 6 - WOW Day

This really was a day that made you say, “WOW!” We started the day off with a delicious taste tour of the UK. We had Scottish shortbread, Welsh cake, Irish Boxty and English scones. We had to rate what we tasted and describe the taste and texture. Then we picked a landmark and had to...

Year 1A - Geography WOW Day!

For Geography WOW day we have been using lots of recyclable materials to create different landmarks in London. Can you guess what they are? We have been learning about the four different countries in the UK and naming capital cities. We also looked at their flags and named the seas surrounding the...

Nurture Group - Maths: Money

In maths we are learning about money. We created a supermarket so we can go shopping and buy some groceries. We worked in a group. One of us was a customer and the other a shopkeeper. We chose what to buy then paid with the right amount of coins

Year 5 - World Book Day 2022

What a fun filled day of dress up and book related activities! We all came in as some of our favourite book characters (whether good or evil) and created a book cover and blurb about them. We spent the afternoon designing our bookmarks that we will use to remind us that reading is fun!

Year 1 - 1L World Book Day 2022

Today we had lots of fun dressing up as our favourite characters from some fabulous books. We discussed who we were and explored some of the stories. We made our own bookmarks and designed the front covers of our books!

Year 1 - 1L WOW Day

For the end of our Spring 1 Geography topic, we focused on famous London landmarks. We took a virtual tour of lots of famous places around London and then created them ourselves!

Year 2 - Wow Day in 2P

We spent the day looking at different landmarks around the UK. We than worked in groups to create our own 3D versions!

Year 4 - WOW Day

Today (10th September 2019) the children in Year 4 enjoyed their WOW DAY learning all about the continent of Asia. The children explored many geographical landmarks, foods from the east, facts and information, rivers and studied the various cultures from around Asia

First Week in Year 6

It has been a busy but exciting first week back for our new Year 6s. They have had to demonstrate incredible resilience as their first task was to complete a round of assessments. The children met this challenge with grit and determination and were still smiling at the end. We have spent time...

Year 3 - Work Week

This week, year 3 are learning all about how money is dealt with in the adult world. Today (27th March 2019) we brought Hackney's Mare Street into our classroom! The High street included a Cinema, Post Office, Bank and a Supermarket! Pupils all got their own wallet which included some money,...

Year 1 - 1P World Book Day 2019

We had a fantastic World Book Day in 1P! We spent the day doing lots of reading activities including sharing our favourite stories with each other, making bookmarks and looking and talking about different characters

Year 6 - Business Enterprise

Year 6 have been developing a business enterprise in school. So far this year the business enterprise has been a tremendous success. The children are very excited about being part of the business and love to see profits being made, this is helping children with their maths skills in the playground...

Year 1 - 1L World Book Day 2019

In 1L we have had a fun day celebrating World Book Day! We loved dressing up as our favourite book characters and we made our own bookmarks and front covers!

Year 6 - Monet Workshop

Year 6 had the amazing opportunity to take part in a four-hour workshop where we focused on the work of Claude Monet. We learned that he was inspired by nature and enjoyed experimenting with light and colour. We had to create colour wheels using only the primary colours and white. We then used...

WE Day 2019

...l. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Nicole Sherzingher and Tom Walker were all special guests who contributed to a reMarkable day. Now our job as educators is to help our young people in Daubeney bring about more social change through activism....

ORDER, ORDER! The House will hear...

Last Friday, Daubeney's finest school council members were given the marvellous opportunity to attend a visit to The Houses of Parliament in company of Miss Bree, Mr. West and City Year's own Mr. N. The trip allowed for the group to venture into the heart of London, specifically the area of...

Year 5 - North America Topic

The children in Year 5 enjoyed their afternoon session today (20th September 2018) where they used their factual notes they researched and created a poster about North America. The children demonstrated a wealth of knowledge around the topic, even though we have only been studying the topic for the...

Year 5 - WOW Day

Year 5 had an amazing day immersing ourselves in the topic of North America which has a focus on sources of water. We looked at how we might clean dirty water. Also, we were creative and produced famous landmarks in North America using card and colours

4P’s trip to Tramshed by Mark Hix

This week, year 4 got to experience what it felt to work for the very first time! They were lucky enough to go to the famous restaurant and make delicious doughnuts and marshmallows with the head chef. Not only that, they also got the chance to make their very own mocktails! After making the...

Black History Month 2017

Black History Month is celebrated annually for the remembrance of important people and events in the history of the African heritage. During the month of October, this is a time when communities and schools give special attention to learning about the contributions and history of black people. When...

Newsletter - 29th January 2016

Dear Parents and Carers, January draws to a close and is usually a dull month but not at Daubeney! Lots of exciting trips and events have taken place. The trip to The Royal Ballet was extra special and the visit to the Ministry of Stories was inspirational. In school we have had an African story...

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29th January 2016

Newsletter - 8th July 2016

Dear Parents and Carers, What an eventful half-term it has been thus far! We have enjoyed our: spelling bee competition; Year 4 swimming lessons; Year 5 and 6 residential; Sports days; Seaside trips and of course our Summer Fair. Thank you to all of those that have supported us by either attending...

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8th July 2016

KS1 Sports Day 2019

On this beautiful day, KS1 had their sports day at Daubeney Fields. It was a joyous day as pupils participated in different activities and parents rushed from one year group to another to cheer on siblings. 2K enjoyed tag of war, the sack race, egg on a spoon race, mini javelin, relay and many...

Year 3 - First Day in 3T

Although new experiences can be really scary and nerve-wracking, the new 3T have shown that they are real troopers and have settled into Year 3 life wonderfully! In 3T, the tables are named after famous artists, such as Picasso and Frida Kahlo. After finding out a little about each artist, 3T...

Year 6 - Geography: Physical Geography

We started the lesson by recapping what we learnt last week, first by looking at our floor book and second by completing a recap quiz as a class. We discussed the difference between physical and human geography. We played a game as a class where we had to figure out if the landmark was a physical...