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Collaboration Statement

Ditton Infant School and Ditton Church of England Junior School  Collaboration will finish on 31st August 2014.  The Board of Governors welcome a new Headteacher, Mr B Worth, who joins us with effect from September 2014.
The two schools will continue to work closely together to ensure we continue to raise standards of achievement by enabling the schools to combine their strengths so as to ensure that all children access a rich, high quality and broad curriculum and reach their full potential.

Headteacher’s Welcome

Welcome to our website! Ditton Church of England Junior School is a a two form entry school for children aged 7-11 located in the heart of Ditton village. We have close links to our local parish church of St Peter’s.
We pride ourselves on being a caring and positive school community. We put the children in our care first and aim to create a happy, secure and stimulating environment where the children can achieve their best.
We hope that you enjoy browsing our website which provides a snapshot of the rich and varied life at Ditton C of E Junior School.

 

 Autumn 1

Children return to school on Monday 8th September 2014.

Prospective New Parents

Choosing a new school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make. At Ditton C of E Junior School we have friendly, articulate and happy pupils, together with a staff team that is committed to constantly improving the school.

Our school has:

8 classrooms – all with Interactive Whiteboard Technology
Newly refurbished ICT suite
Attractive and well stocked library
On-site After School Club
Spacious grounds for play and sporting activities

We would be happy to show you around and answer and questions your might have. Please telephone Mrs Stevens in the School Office on 01732 843446 and she will be happy to answer any questions and make an appointment to view the school.

 

Our Ethos

We are ambitious for all children and promote Christian values and spiritual development through the experiences we offer to our pupils.

 


Aims

We aim to ensure that each child will succeed through

  • high quality teaching and learning
  • a learning experience which is challenging and enjoyable
  • an ethos of encouragement and support to succeed
  • reward for effort as well as achievement
  • equality of opportunity
  • learning partnerships between home, school, the church and the wider community

Core Values

  • Trust
  • Courage
  • Respect
  • Shared responsibility
  • Celebration of difference
  • Interdependency

Ofsted

Our latest Ofsted inspection was in January 2013. The inspection team noted that:

“There is a strong moral tone throughout the school and pupils understand they have a shared responsibility to help each other and talk of being happy at school”.