DfE Statutory Requirements

  1. School Policies
  2. SEND Information Report
  3. Performance Tables
  4. Results
  5. Pupil Premium 
  6. Sports Premium
  7. COVID-19 Catch-up Premium
  8. Benchmark Data

School Policies

School policies cover every aspect of school life. Below are some of our most important policies for your reference. If you want to know our policy on something that is not listed here, please ask at the school office.

  1. Accessibility Plan
  2. Administration of Medicines Policy
  3. Anti-bullying Policy
  4. Assessment Policy
  5. Attendance Policy
  6. Behaviour Policy
  7. Before & After School Clubs
  8. Charging Policy
  9. Complaints Policy
  10. Complaints Privacy Notice
  11. Coronavirus Privacy Notice
  12. Data Protection Policy
  13. Disability and Non-Discrimination
  14. Equality Duty and Objectives
  15. Forest School Club Policy
  16. Health & Safety Policy
  17. Healthy Packed Lunch Policy
  18. Internet Safety Policy
  19. No Smoking Policy
  20. Parent Code of Conduct
  21. Safeguarding Policy
  22. School Meal Payment Policy
  23. Social Media Abusive Comments Policy
  24. Supporting Pupils with Medical Conditions Guidance
  25. Remote Learning Plan
  26. Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) Policy
  27. Teaching and Learning Policy

If you would like paper copies of any of our communications or policies, please contact Miss C King and these will be provided free of charge. 

SEND Information Report

Please click here to view our SEND Information Report. 

Performance Tables

Click here to view our DFE Performance Table


Click here to view our school data profile for 2018/19

Pupil Premium

The area of pupil premium and the support for disadvantaged children and families is a crucial part of the work that we do as leaders, teachers and governors. The aim of the pupil premium is to raise the attainment of children who are from lower income families. The pupil premium is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers. Pupil premium funding is available to both mainstream and non-mainstream schools, like special schools and pupil referral units.

Dunston Hill Community Primary has an excellent record of gaining high attainment for all our children from all backgrounds.

The impact of Pupil Premium spend is evaluated and monitored by the Senior Leadership Team and Governors throughout the year. Pupil Premium priorities will be reviewed in line with the school improvement plan, school budget reports and feedback from pupils, staff and parents.

Please read the information below which gives details of our Pupil Premium Grant, our main objectives as a school with related outcomes and how we allocate the funding.

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 202122

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 202223

Pupil Premium Provision Map (Supporting the Whole Child)

Department for Education Support for children and young people

Benchmark Data

The governments website enables you to view our schools financial data (income and expenditure) in comparrison to that of similar schools. The send is spread across four main areas: staff, premises, utilities and supplies and services.

Senior Leaders use this tool to inform School Improvement and best value processes.

Click here to view our School’s Benchmarking Data

DFE Benchmarking Report Card 2019-20

There are no school staff in receipt of a salary of £100,000 or over.