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Dallington C E Primary School
East Street, Dallington, TN21 9NH, UK Heathfield
+44 (0)1435 830335

The school is situated in the High Weald Area of outstanding natural beauty and benefits from outstanding views in every direction.  The village of Dallington is just off the B2096 Battle to Heathfield road, approximately 5 miles from Heathfield and 7 miles from Battle.

The main building was originally opened in 1914; additions since then have included a hall, teaching and administrative areas.  In 2006 a new library and I.C.T.  suite was added to the school.  The extensive site includes playing fields, an outdoor adventure area, a kitchen garden, a paved quiet area and a conservation  area.  The school also has a fine pavilion building which was converted to a classroom in 2005.  

Our school  receives pupils  from Dallington, Ashburnham, Brightling, and surrounding areas.  A number of pupils from Hailsham, Heathfield, Windmill Hill,  Boreham Street and other areas also attend the school.  When the children leave the school at 11+ they receive secondary education generally at Heathfield Community College, Claverham Community College or in a few cases Robertsbridge or Hailsham   

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We have a school council of 8 members that is elected each year. The children meet with a senior member of staff and contribute to the making the school a good place to be.  Each age group in every class has a representative.  The members discuss items with their classes to continuously improve the school. The children enjoy being members of the council. It gives them an opportunity to represent the children in their class and develop their skills in listening and contributing to issues that they feel are important.

In 2006 the council have made huge improvements to playtimes by writing to  outside bodies to request funding and have had mirrors installed in the bathrooms.

The ‘Golden Rules' for Dallington Church of England Primary School form the basis for all standards of work and behaviour at the school.

We take care of each other

We share

We are polite

We listen to each other

We do our best

We take care of things

We are honest




   We have active after school and lunch time clubs for games, I.C.T., drama and music.

·       Peripatetic music teachers offer weekly tuition in guitar, keyboards and violin. 

·      Everything is done to enable children to participate in organised activities outside the curriculum of the school.

·       Each year our Year 6 pupils have the opportunity to take the cycling proficiency test following a course at the school.

·       The children attend music and recorder festivals, football and netball tournaments and matches with other schools, athletics and cross-country events, cricket, stoolball and rounders, tournaments and country-dance festivals.

·       We take the children on school visits and outings throughout the year and KS2 children enjoy a residential visit during the autumn (Y3 & 4) and summer terms (Y5 & 6).

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