Well done to all the children that came dressed as a book character, they all looked amazing.
To celebrate World Book Day, selected children from our school were invited to the Houses of Parliament for some book readings. The children had a fantastic day and were wonderful ambassadors for Doxey Primary School. A full report will be out soon. The pictures shows the children outside the Houses of Parliament
The children all had a great time at the school disco before half term. We are pleased to announce we raised £165.00. The money will be added to the school fund which is used to subsidise school trips, lunchtime games and toys and other enrichment activities. Thank you for your continued support.
Children can come to school dressed as their favourite book character, and also bring their favourite book.Load More
Due to staff training, choir is cancelled on Wednesday 13th February. Children in choir will finish at 3.15pm. Choir will start again after half term on Wednesday 27th February.Load More
Following the house fire on the Highfields estate this week, we have decided to join in with many other schools in Stafford and hold an additional Non Uniform Day on Friday 15th February. All pupils can come to school dressed in their own clothes in exchange for donation. The monies raised will go to the family whose children sadly lost their lives.
Thank you for your continued support, it is at times like this that we realise what a wonderful caring community we live in.Load More
TODAY - Bikeability Fix & Ride - Can the Y6 children taking part please ensure they arrive in school with bikes (Unless you have requested the loan of one) helmets (Unless you have said your child isn't wearing one) a warm coat, hats and gloves.Load More
Thank you to all the parents and carers who have donated money to the Dress Up for Digits fundraiser! The children have had a great time taking part in lots of Maths activities. We raised a total of £137 and this will be donated to NSPCC. Pictured are some of our pupils in their number related t-shirts.Load More
Reception and KS1 (Year 1 & 2) 3.15pm - 4pm
£2 admission which will inlcude a drink, snack and glow stick. Children to bring clothes and money to school and they will get change in school before the end of the day.
KS2 (Y3, Y4, Y5 & Y6) 4.15pm - 5pm (entry via Y6 cloak room)
£1admission paid on entry. Children can bring money for refreshments and glow sticks which will be sold during the disco.
PLEASE COLLECT CHILDREN PROMPTLY AT THE END OF DISCO FROM THEIR NORMAL EXITS UNLESS YOU HAVE INFORMED US OTHERWISE.Load More
Year 1 and 2 have proved they can handle anything!Load More
This year we will be raising money for the NSPCC by taking part in Number Day on Friday 1st February 2019.
For a donation children can come to school 'Dressed for digits' wearing any item of clothing with a number. If they want to make the extra effort there will be a small prize for the best 'number related' costume. We will be enjoying Maths games and problem solving all day.Load More
The children had a wonderful time at the “Young Voices” concert in Birmingham on Friday. All the children were extremely well behaved and were a credit to Doxey School. Our choir sang and danced throughout the lengthy rehearsal and were energetic throughout the performance. We look forward to doing it all again next year.
We hope you like your new website, take a look around and let us know what you think.Load More
The children all had a great time at the fancy dress disco before half term, we are pleased to announce we raised £120. This will be added to the school fund which is used to subsidise school trips, lunchtime games and toys and other enrichment activities. Thank you all for your continued support and many thanks to the PTFA for organising the event.
On Friday the children were treated to performances by Key Strings. Key Strings is an entertaining and educational live music experience for children aged 3 to 11.
As 2018 is World War One Centenary year, children were treated to a musical programme called “Remembering Britain: WW1”. All the children enjoyed the sessions, Kyrelle in Year 1 enjoyed playing the double base with Amelia and Miss Callen said she felt very patriotic. Year 3 said it was: fabulous, spectacular, fantastic and fun. Mrs Cliffe added that it was thought provoking. The children were introduced to instruments such as a Fife, Cello, Electric Violin, Viola and Double Bass and different styles of music such as timbre.