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Dunton Green Primary School
London Road, Dunton Green, TN13 2UR, UK Sevenoaks
+44 (0)1732 462221

We aim to:

  • Establish an environment in which children can learn in an enjoyable, structured and satisfying way
  • Help children relate to the wider community and appreciate the world in which they live
  • Help children to develop personal, spiritual and moral values and a tolerance of others
  • Maintain and develop lively, enquiring minds in children and stimulate their ability to question critically and debate rationally
  • Foster a positive relationship between home and school and encourage parental interest and involvement in school life
  • Encourage attitudes which will promote self-confidence and so create a sense of personal achievement within the individual
  • Emphasise the importance of, and develop competency in, literacy and numeracy skills
  • Encourage an appreciation of the aesthetic through the creative arts
  • Enter into a spirit of team work through study and fun
  • Recognise and celebrate success in all aspects of school life

We will seek to:

  • provide a welcoming and safe environment for everyone
  • recognise and celebrate success
  • encourage children to value themselves and show respect and courtesy to their peers and adults
  • help children to work and play co-operatively
  • encourage, value and extend every child's contribution to the school
  • cultivate self- esteem through a flexible and secure learning environment
  • build strong, collaborative partnerships with families and the local community
  • develop skills that will lead to independence and self-motivation
  • provide opportunities for our children to understand their responsibilities as citizens of a changing world .
  • provide a broad, balanced and challenging curriculum which seeks to meet the needs of the individual
  • involve children in their learning, encouraging them to use their talents and abilities
  • use a range of teaching styles to enable meaningful learning to take place for all children
  • embrace change that has a positive effect on the life of our community and improves the quality of teaching and learning within our school
  • provide an enriching programme of extra-curricular activities, visits and visitors
  • offer a wide range of opportunities in sport, music and a foreign language
  • ensure that children and staff are ICT literate
  • ensure that the school is well resourced
  • encourage and facilitate the continuous professional development of all staff
  • provide a well-maintained and motivating environment for children and staff
  • enhance the role of the school in the community, both locally and globally
  • manage financial resources responsibly for the benefit of staff and children
  • ensure the highest possible level of staffing
  • work with children and parents to help everyone enjoy their time at Dunton Green Primary School
Our vision for Dunton Green is of an exciting and challenging school where staff work in partnership with the children, parents, governors and community and where all believe that they can make a contribution and are valued as individuals. Children will become thoughtful and responsible young people who respect themselves, those around them and their environment. Our broad and balanced curriculum will be of the highest quality and will give every child the opportunity to achieve personal success and develop a lifelong love of learning in a happy, caring and positive environment. By promoting an ethos where all feel secure and confident, children and adults will be inspired to learn.



Football Mondays 3 to 4 pm Mr Blackaby
Gymnastics  Mondays 8 to 8.35 am Miss Barton
Tuesdays 3 to 4 pm Miss Barton / Miss Fitch
Science Tuesdays 3 to 4 pm Mrs Lawrence
Chess Wednesday 3 to 4 pm Mrs Stanley / Mrs Church
Cross Country Wednesday 8 to 8.30 am Mr Blackaby
ICT Wednesday 3 to 4 pm Miss Schapel
Music Wednesday 8 to 8.35 pm Miss Trivass
Dance Thursdays 8 to 8.40 pm Miss Fitch
Netball Thursdays 3 to 4 pm Mrs Spargo

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