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St. Dunstan's Curriculum Statement
Special Educational Needs
PE and Sports Premium
Pupil Voice
St. Dunstan's Curriculum
National curriculum in English Primary schools - A guide for parents
Growth Mindset
British Values and our Catholic Ethos
Diversity and Equality at St. Dunstan’s
Employing a Private Tutor – Guidance from Surrey County Council
Year Group Learning Information
  Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)
  Year 1
  Year 2
  Year 3
  Year 4
  Year 5
  Year 6
Religious Education
RSHE (Relationship, Sex and Health Education)
Art and Design
Design and Technology
Google Classroom
History and Geography
Physical Education
Most Able Children
Learning Talks for Parents
St. Dunstan's Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC) curriculum map
Children's  Learning

Please click on the links on the left to visit our subject pages.

Catholic schools are ambitious for high achievement and high standards across the school. Success is often described in terms of academic outcomes, though schools themselves recognise and award pupil achievement in many ways. High achievement is for everyone. It is inclusive of all abilities and in line with the school’s hopes for every child. So it is right that every Catholic school, reflects well on what it hopes for, reflects on how the learning experience offered in the school contributes to full human growth for everyone, so that the young are clearly on the road to become the people God intends.

Taken from 'The Distinctive nature of the Catholic School'

Regular learning talks are held throughout the year to provide more information about the curriculum.  Please click here.


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St. Dunstan's Catholic Primary School, Onslow Crescent, Woking, Surrey. GU22 7AX  Tel: 01483 715190 
email: office@stdunstans.surrey.sch.uk