Ofsted (2018) say
“… a united team, in which everyone strives to achieve the best for the pupils in their care. Everyone embraces the school’s core values, and this helps to create a harmonious, cohesive school community.”
Duncton CE Junior School is set in a stunning rural location enjoying views of the South Downs. The school’s large field has an amphitheatre and stage, a pond and a garden offering extensive opportunities for outdoor learning.
Two teaching assistants work with our teaching staff to support personalised learning for our three Junior classes, Woodpecker Class, Kestrel Class and Peregrine Class. You can find out more about them by clicking on the sub headings under ‘Duncton CE Junior School’ above.
Here’s a video film we made to introduce our Year 2 children to what life at Duncton will be like when they move into Year 3.
Ofsted (2018) say
“Pupils enjoy coming to school. They all comment on how everyone is friendly and welcoming and say that this helps them to value their time in school. Pupils behave well and enjoy learning. They have positive attitudes and want to succeed.”
A parent describes Duncton School as
“a haven of nurture of the best kind, developing children who care about their world and their contribution to it.”
In our most recent Section 48 inspection by the Diocese of Chichester (January 2017), Duncton School was judged to be OUTSTANDING. Here is a link to the report.
Here is a link to the most recent Ofsted report for Duncton School (November 2018)
and here is a link to the Department for Education’s Performance Tables website
Here is a link via which you can view published financial information for Duncton CE Junior School.
No Duncton school employees have a gross annual salary of £100,000 or more.