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Believe, Achieve, Aim for Excellence

School Blogs

We have a Nursery & Foundation blog and a blog for Keystage 2 students. Select the Children’s link in the menu bar and choose your blog. Make sure and check our school blog for any news and updates.

School Galleries

We have added a new section with pictures from trips and events. Click on our new gallery logo to browse our pictures. Use the menu options to run slide shows, browse manually or go full screen!


Term Curriculum

Find out what your child will be learning about this half term by clicking on the correct class..

The Estyn Report is here and we did REALLY well.  Click on the arrow to read the report.


See the latest presentation on Hilston Park for 2016

View all the information associated with the Pupil Deprivation Grant.

Our NEW Mission Statement

Believe, Achieve, aim for Excellence.

To find out more about Deighton Primary School please download our current school prospectus.

Governors Report

The Deighton Governors Report to parents is now available to download.

Please click on the arrow.

Flying Start for 1-3 Year
Old Children

How would you like to give your child a flying start to their education? We have been given an opportunity to access a Flying Start club here at Deighton. Read On…


School Prospectus

Download the prospectus here.

Complaints Procedure

Download the procedure here.

Bus Service

There is now a supervised bus service available from Cefn Golau for all Deighton children from Nursery to Year Six

Nursery Wraparound Now Available

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Playgroup Now Available

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Tre Summers, Deighton’s head boy, proudly shows off some of the excellent food that our cooks, Sue Williams and Jacqui George, prepared for our Christmas Fayre on 11/12/15.

Tre had the idea that parents should have samples of the excellent food their children could enjoy and we agreed. The samples were gobbled up by parents at our well-attended Christmas Fayre.

On the same day, Tre and our school councillors spoke to Blaenau Gwent catering rep’s about how they felt the menu could be improved. Our pupils, once again, have done us proud.