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Hugely proud of our students & staff who have been tirelessly crafting to raise money for . We managed to raise a whopping £1,156.52 and we hope this will make a huge impact to those affected. Items still on sale in Reception!


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So lovely to see so many new parents at our coffee morning at Cafe 181 this morning Thanks for coming 😊


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Is your child joining us in September? Do you have any concerns around your child's learning needs? Would you like to meet the inclusion team? Why not join us for a cuppa on Friday morning from 10.30 at Cafe 181 see you there 😉


We are looking forward to welcoming visitors on Thursday 7 July from 5-8pm for Open Evening 2022! Please note students will finish at the earlier time of 12:30pm on Thursday afternoon and start a little later at 9:30am on Friday morning.


On Wednesday 27 July 10am-2pm, de Stafford are offering a pre-loved uniform sale. Uniform will be available for all year groups at a suggested donation of £1+ per item!


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Please feel free to pop down and support this important cause and see just how hard our students have been working!


Please feel free to pop down and support this important cause and see just how hard our students have been working!


We are looking forward to welcoming visitors on Thursday 7 July from 5-8pm for our Open Evening! Presentations will take place at 5pm, 6pm and 7pm and tours are available throughout the evening. There is no need to pre-register, so we look forward to seeing you there!


Our Year 10 Drama students were lucky enough to visit our partners Reigate College today. They had a tour of the Performing Arts facilities and took part in an acting skills workshop, aimed at supporting them with their current assessment unit focused on devising 🎭


We are extremely proud to announce that de Stafford School has been awarded a "Silver" for our School Games Mark this academic year! 🥳 This is a huge achievement and we would like to thank everyone who put in so much hard work to make this possible 🏅


Our Year 11 Drama students enjoying their last ever lesson making memories❤️🎭


The Sewing for Hope Club is on the final leg of the race! We have been crafting, stitching, sewing and embroidering Ukraine products which we will be selling in Caterham Valley after the half term holiday. #StandWithUkraine


Our Year 10 students had the pleasure of attending a Numeracy at Work Panel hosted by Claire Coutinho, MP for East Surrey, and Rachel Hopcroft, Head of Corporate Affairs at KPMG UK. Thank you for taking your time to come and visit us here at de Stafford School 🙏


We are pleased to announce that the first batch is ready to sell! The team have been working hard and should be proud of themselves. These will be available to purchase next week from Reception and during lunchtime from Room 45. 🇺🇦


Congratulations to the winners of the Spanish Easter Egg competition run by Miss Fantana 🥳 What absolutely cracking designs you all came up with, well done! 👏


"Every stitch is a thought, every thought is a prayer” Students meet every Monday, Wednesday and Friday lunchtime to continue to raise funds for the Ukraine by sewing blue and yellow ribbons together, making badges and friendship bracelets to sell to the community!


📸Tomorrow morning is the Year 11 Group Photograph! Please ensure your child is dressed in full school uniform, adhering to the uniform policy which can be found on our website - This will be a lovely keepsake to look back on in years to come! 📸


It was our Year 9 & 10 Students who received top Attitude to Learning scores this week. They were invited down to celebrate their success over cookies and hot chocolate 🍪☕️ with Mr Place, Head of School. Well done to each and every one of you and keep up the hard work 💪


A reminder to parents and carers that the school closes at the earlier time of 12:35pm tomorrow for the Easter break and students will return to school on Tuesday 19 April.


Do you have a passion for reading? 📖 We are looking for adult volunteers to assist students with reading during library lessons, for a minimum of 1 hour every week. If you are interested, please email Natalie Rose: for more details.

Health and Wellbeing

The benefits of 'keeping busy', meeting and working with others and accomplishing new challenges are proven to have positive impact on well being.  Please click here to for ideas on how to broaden experience and have fun.  

We offer students in Years 9 and 10 the opportunity to join the Duke of Edinburgh programme, but there are ideas here available for all young people to engage with to develop their understanding of the world around them and their role within in it.


Safeguarding and Health and Wellbeing Information for Teenagers 

Please find below a link to an interactive poster from the School Nursing Team.  The poster contains over 90 slides of health related information, videos and links to online and other support services. We really hope this will be a simple and effective way of sharing health information with young people. 

The poster is available to you digitally. We recommend you use Chrome or Safari internet browsers to access the poster (Internet Explorer does not support all interactive features). Please use the link provided to you here:


The Lucy Rayner Foundation

The Lucy Rayner Foundation aims to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of depression and mental health challenges, especially in young adults, and to facilitate change in the way mental health is being perceived by society.

The Lucy Rayner Foundation - Raising Awareness of Mental Health Issues


Mindworks Surrey

We know that some young people may be particularly anxious at this examination time of year and with that in mind we recommend that you send out the message below and the attached poster to students who are in the middle of exams and to their parents for their information.

Mindworks Surrey is the Children and Young People's Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Service for Surrey.

Mindworks Surrey’s free Children and Young People’s Crisis Line is available 24 hours a day for young people, and their families/carers, who are experiencing emotional and mental health crisis.

The free 24/7 mental health crisis line number is 0800 915 4644.

It can be used by those who are already receiving mental health services, and also by those who are not. A professional will provide advice, support and signposting to a range of community services.


Wellbeing Apps

Wellbeing apps