MDJS - OK, Mental Health, Mabel's OK
Our Year 6 School Councillors produced this video for Anti-Bullying Week 2017.
Mrs Butterick and Mrs Pearson's retirement gift from MDJS staff and pupils. Music by Gary Barlow Lyrics by Mrs. Compton-Belcher and Mr. Eardley
Produced by the Year 6 School Councillors
Our eCadets have produced this song and video to get the E-Safety message across to all.
Pupils of MDJS honoured all those who have and those who continue to fight to protect us and our country. On 11th November 2015 we held a special assembly where pupils read out their own prayers for soldiers who has lost their lives.
For the school's 110th Birthday we held an outdoor concert, Party in The Woodlands - this was our attempt to try and get Gary Barlow to play at the event. He never came but we had lots of fun learning the dance and making this video!
When our Deputy Head, Mrs. Webb retired from our school we gave her a send off she would never forget!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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