AIMS & ETHOS
Dulverton School is a community where every member is valued and respected. We foster a positive attitude towards learning and expect children to achieve their very best.
We offer a broad and balanced curriculum to each child irrespective of race, creed, colour or gender. Individual children are encouraged to be confident and articulate, developing into autonomous and enquiring learners.
By promoting challenging moral, cultural and spiritual opportunities we aim to develop a tolerance towards others' beliefs and values.
VALUES & OUR MISSION STATEMENT
This will be achieved by:-
ü Providing a safe, secure and stimulating environment where boundaries are clearly defined
ü Children valuing themselves and others and knowing that their ideas are important
ü Encouraging children to become independent learners who feel confident to take risks and make their own decisions
ü Developing an effective partnership between home and school
ü Meeting the children’s learning needs in a challenging and enjoyable manner
ü All adults having a shared understanding and being supportive of these principles
As you may have already seen in the press the DFE School Performance Tables have been published.
These can also be accessed on our school website.
Dulverton continues to do exceptionally well and we are proud of the achievements of all our children. Furthermore, this year we are delighted to have been awarded £1000 in recognition for the achievements of our most disadvantaged children.
Please click on the links above to see the letters of congratulations.
Ofsted Data Dashboard
Click on link to see the latest Ofsted data dashboard reports for KS1 and KS2. Please note these are up to date at March 2015 but refer to 2014 data.
Phonics screening check – Please click on the link below to see a letter from Nick Gibb MP Minister of State for School Standards congratulating Dulverton Primary School on achieving a very high standard in the 2016 phonics screening check.