Full contact details for Great Dunham Primary School can be found on our “Contact Us” page
Ofsted Parent View
Can be accessed here
You are very welcome to visit the school at any time~ please make an appointment with the office. Admission is administered centrally by Norfolk County Council. If you are out of area there should be no problem with admission providing we have vacancies, though you will not be eligible for free school transport.
Our catchment area consists of the villages Great Dunham and Little Dunham. Pupils from Little Dunham are entitled to free transport. Click here for more information.
Our pupil admission number (PAN) is 11 per year group.
Register of pupils’ admission to school: The registers for Great Dunham Primary School are kept by school staff at the school Register of pupils’ attendance: The registers are kept and updated daily by school staff.
Charging and Remissions Policy
This policy can be found in the “Policies” section
Financial information can be found at the website for the Unity Education Trust.
School Ethos and Values
A good understanding of the school ethos and Values can best be gained by reading our “Visions, Values, and Ethos”
Please see our latest Ofsted report which is available under the “Ofsted” tab on the home page
Key Stage 2 Results
Our Key Stage 2 outcomes are available here.
School Performance Tables
Our schools performance tables can be accessed here.
School Curriculum Information
Please see the “Curriculum Page” tab. This will give you information about each individual subject.
Our behaviour policy, called Right Choices for Learning and Life, can be found in our “Policies” Section.
For full details of our planned expenditure of Pupil Premium Grant and use and impact of our previous years’ Pupil Premium Grant, please refer to our most recent Pupil Premium Report.
PE and Sport Premium Grant
What is the Sports Premium?
Sports Premium is issued by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school Headteachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.
Each school will receive £16,000 plus an extra £10 per pupil each year. The provision for Great Dunham that will be around £16,660 a year. The money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.