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“Who Dunnit” Cafe

Barking News! Café team won ‘The Who Dunnit’ competition! All our scientific investigations on pieces of evidence into the dognapping won this special award. We won a magnificent trophy filled with sweet treats. After yesterdays ’who dunnit event’, Post 16 café team... read more

The Case of Missing Storm

Everyone in school felt sad when they saw the posters of Miss McHugh’s missing dog when they arrived in school on Wednesday morning. We had a whole school assembly when Miss Pickering told us about Storm going missing.  She told us that Miss McHugh had brought Storm... read more

Safety at Dryden School

Dryden School Gates will now be closed between the hours of 9.30am and 14.30pm. This is an extra measure put in place for safety in school. The gates are not locked, all visitors are kindly asked to close the gates when entering and exiting school premises. Please see... read more

Easter Activities

All Parents and Carers are most welcome to join classes with our Easter fun activities which will be held on Tuesday 22nd March, 10.00am – 11.15am. Hope to see you all soon! read more

Volleyball with Key Stage 3

On Thursday 3rd March a group of 7 pupils from Key Stage 3 went to Thorp Academy to take part in a sitting volleyball event. They were joined by staff and students from Cedars Academy and Thorp Academy and had a great afternoon making new friends. All of our students... read more

Active Kidz

Please click on the links to download the Active Kidz information leaflet and Booking Form: Active Kidz Spring 2016 Spring Active Kidz 2016 Booking Form (R) –... read more

Well Done Alastair!

We are very proud at Dryden School to share this fantastic news! Our very own former student Alastair Milburn  is now a black belt in Karate! Alastair was selected from his class to represent the England Team, there were only 52 people selected in the whole country!... read more
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