Scroll down to find out about term dates, our weekly newsletter, our school uniform, after school clubs, school meals and minibuses – as well as more general information we think you will find interesting
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Our Newsletter : The Friday Flyer
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After School Clubs
Our kitchens at Graffham and Duncton enable us to offer freshly prepared hot school lunches every day. Chartwells supply and serve our lunches and they offer well balanced, healthy food choices at affordable prices.
From September 2014 all Infant children (Reception, Year 1 and Year 2) have been able to have a hot lunch every day free of charge. For Nursery and Junior children in Years 3-6, meals can be ordered and paid for in advance on Chartwells’ website https://westsussex.mealselector.co.uk. If you have any problems ordering a meal for your child please speak to the school office.
We run minibuses between our two schools in the morning and afternoon.
Two minibuses leave Graffham promptly at 8.40am every morning to travel to Duncton school; one minibus leaves Duncton at 8.35am every morning to travel to Graffham school.
At the end of the school day, two minibuses collect Infant children from Graffham at 3pm and take them to Duncton School, if they are to be collected there; one minibus collects Junior children from Duncton at 3.15pm and takes them to Graffham School for collection.
We are lucky enough to have our very own school minibus, and this is used frequently to take children to Forest School, on trips out and to sporting activities as well as for the journeys between our two schools noted above.
Each year we update the booklet below to make sure we are telling our parents everything they need to know about life at Graffham and Duncton Schools.
Parent Information Booklet 2016
The Lavington Park Federation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people in all respects, and expects everyone connected with the school to share this commitment.
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) makes the internet a safer place for children and young people.
Follow the CEOP link for more information.
Graffham and Duncton Villages
For more information about Duncton – the parish, amenities, business and other useful local information – visit the Duncton Village Website
To learn more about what is going on in the village of Graffham, have a look at Graffham Parish News