All children are individuals who have their own particular educational needs, accessible in the classroom or through our Specialist Learning Centres.
Welcome to St Dunstan
Enjoying, Achieving, Excelling Together
Welcome to St Dunstan CEVC Primary School. As a Church of England primary school, we aim to provide a friendly welcoming atmosphere, where each child feels valued, respected, happy and cared for.Headteacher's Welcome
What Makes St Dunstan Special
Featuring three well-equipped playgrounds, a large field with a wild life area, quiet areas with fish ponds and a sensory garden.
We aim to help the children towards an understanding of the part we all play in the wider community. We regularly raise money for a charity of the children’s choice.
Our school choir was once again invited to take part in Calne’s Spring Sing. The children sang beautifully, and we had a lot of compliments from members of the other (mostly adult) choirs! Well done to all of the children and big thanks to Mrs Armstrong, our choirmaster, Mrs Lodge for playing the piano, Mrs Tomlinson for technical support and the many parents whoLearn more
Nuture Room children’s work on the Great Fire of London has been published on the Musuem of London website. Teacher Nicola Fry sent the children’s artwork showing events which led to the fire and the rebuilding of the city to the War, Plague and Fire Gallery they were so impressed that they added them to a page on their site. The museum said twoLearn more
Take a look at these absolutely delicious cheese straws the kitchen whipped up recently. Just one example of the amazing treats children (and staff!) are able to enjoy thanks to our five star FSA-rated kitchen. Accompanied by an equally tasty home-made tomato soup. The perfect winter warmer for a good day’s learning and play!
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There was a lovely atmosphere in reception – happy polite children (and matching parents)! I left thinking ‘what a lovely school’. You guys must be doing something very right there – it was a real pleasure to visit today.
Meeting with Year 6 at St Dunstan’s Primary School, […] bright and able, they have a great future.