Both The Clinton School and Dolton Primary School will be going to Exeter to visit the Cathedral and the Synagogue as part of the topic on Amazing Spaces and Buildings.
The coach will leave Clinton School at 8.50am and Dolton School at 9am. We will leave Exeter at 2pm to be back at school in time for the end of the school day.
Don’t forget to bring your packed lunches, drink and warm coats!
We are holding Open Mornings for parents to come and have a look at Dolton Primary School.
You can visit the school on 6th December, 13th December or 10th January 2018. There will be an opportunity to look around the school, see examples of children’s work and to have a chat with staff over a cup of tea or coffee!
The Open Mornings start at 9.30am. If you would like to attend, please telephone the school office on 01805 804315.
We look forward to seeing you at Dolton Primary School.
The Tarka Federation
The Tarka Federation is made of Dolton Church of England VA Primary School and The Clinton VA Church of England Primary School. The schools federated in 2010 and are currently working in a management partnership with St Helen’s Church of England VA Primary School governed by an Interim Executive Board and supported by a Management Partnership Committee of governors from St Helen’s.
Vision Statement for the Tarka Federation
To ensure that all pupils are given the opportunity to learn in a challenging, creative and Christian environment.
Through this, individuals will be empowered to make a positive contribution and enabled to achieve their full potential.
Mission & Ethos Statement
We believe that education should be a journey that fosters a love of learning, where every child is supported and challenged to achieve their full potential. We aim to create a respectful and caring environment based on Christian values as exemplified in the ‘Every Child Matters to God’ agenda, through which we encourage children to grow spiritually and become independent learners.
We endeavour to provide rich and diverse experiences that enable all children to develop a deep social, moral, spiritual and cultural awareness. We aspire for our children to become individuals who are well equipped to become responsible citizens of the future.
- To provide a caring, safe environment for all of our children and staff
- To offer a high standard of education for every child
- To offer a broad, balanced curriculum
- To promote the development of the whole child
- To promote Christian values and an awareness and understanding of other religions
- To encourage parents/carers to engage positively with their child’s education
- To provide a quality learning environment that promotes high standards
- To promote positive links with the school’s community
Mrs. Zoe Batten BSc/QTS NPQH
Mrs L Paiano - Administrator
Mrs T Cornish - Administrator
Mrs R Colpus-Fricker - School Business Manager