Welcome to Deaf Hill Primary and Nursery School. We are a smaller than average primary school situated in Trimdon Station, County Durham.
“In this good school children get off to an excellent start.” Ofsted 2012
At Deaf Hill we ensure that every child is provided with an excellent education that is both enjoyable and challenging. Our school provides a safe, stimulating and happy learning environment.
“Pupils engage very well with other children and with adults. This is reflected in their excellent behaviour which creates a harmonious school where there is a high regard for others.” Ofsted 2012
We have a dedicated staff who ensure that each individual child is treated with respect and pushed to attain and go beyond their potential.
Hopefully within these pages you will get a flavour of the school and the exciting journey that children embark upon when they join us. If you would like any further information about any aspect of life at Deaf Hill Primary and Nursery School please do not hesitate to contact me.
Mr Paul Newton
- Red Nose Day 2017
We raised £160 for Red Nose day 2017 with the help of Sainsbury's Sedgefield. The children all had a great day and we would like to thank all children, parents and Sainsbury's for their support.
- Year 6 Nissan Visit
Our Year 6 class visited the Nissan Car Plant on Monday 6th February. Olivia Hagan was the overall winner of their Logo competition. Well done to Olivia and runners up Mollie Presho and Olivia Prout.
- Our New School App!
We have a new school App, it will available on smart phones,tablets etc. Please search 'DeafHill ps' to download. It is still early days but more features will be added once they become available.
- Year 6 Treat Trip
Year 6 Treat/Farewell Trip!! Frankie & Bennies pizza making, Bowling and Ice-cream, Ice-Age 4 and popcorn. Read on.....
- World Book Day 2016
Today, Thursday 3rd March 2016 is WORLD BOOK DAY! we will be celebrating this all day in school. Click to read more and see photos.
News and features from BBC News - Education and Family
- Children in temporary housing up a third since 2014
Councils say child homelessness has reached unsustainable levels with the numbers rising sharply.
- Newcastle University students targeted by cyber-scam
Fraudulent site takes personal details and course payments for fake university.
- School exclusions: Record numbers for drugs and alcohol
New figures reveal schools in England are battling a growing drug and alcohol problem
- Post-16 maths to get government cash boost
Too many teenagers drop maths completely after GCSE and it harms their prospects, a report says.
- Students to have value-for-money contracts with universities
Universities Minister Jo Johnson says students should have contracts to protect their rights to teac…
Latest School Holidays Events
- Break up for Summer21Jul2017
Deaf Hill Primary @deafhillps
9 Nov 2016 So good to see teachers from our school and many others support the TA's pay cut crisis. Thank you. https://t.co/a8yO0tCncV
9 Nov 2016 Deaf Hill TA'S at County Hall Durham supporting the pay cut to wages. https://t.co/cO7fLeRxEk
1 Dec 2015 We thank Trimdon Foundry Parish Council for inviting our children along. https://t.co/5AjF3LYRYe
1 Dec 2015 Santa arrives to give out gifts to our children. A wonderful night by all! https://t.co/uC9339mAVL
1 Dec 2015 The Colliery Brass Band play Christmas tunes while our children sing along . https://t.co/UnjVIKOEra
1 Dec 2015 The children decorating the tree in the village. https://t.co/5Ol8u9vOU7