Mrs Alison Burden
Dunn Street Primary SchoolWe would like to welcome you to our school website. We hope that you find it easy to find out all you need to know about our school, in order for you to make a decision as to whether Dunn Street School is the right school for your child. We never forget that you have a choice of schools for your child and we are greatly honoured that parents choose Dunn Street to provide the education for their child. At Dunn Street Primary, we recognise and value the wealth of experience and knowledge that children bring to the school. It is our intention to build on these foundations by providing, a caring, stimulating and happy environment, enabling each child to develop a sense of worth and respect for others. It is important to us that every child enjoys school and feels a sense of belonging. We are proud of our inclusive ethos in which all contributions to the school community are valued and pupils are given the opportunity to achieve their best. By providing a broad curriculum we are able to develop each child’s interests and horizons and recognise individual talents. We aim to educate the whole child reinforcing positive social, cultural and moral values in our daily acts of worship. Pupils are given the opportunity to contribute and to celebrate their success at sharing, and merit certificate assemblies. At Dunn Street, we would welcome any suggestions or thoughts via Parent View. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us using the details at the bottom of this page.
New Scheme to Tackle Holiday Hunger
History of Theatres by Heritage Ambassadors Y3/4
Summer Activities happening at Big Local Central Jarrow
Summer Reading Challenge
National Smile Month
Online Safety Awareness
WHY CHOOSE US
"This school continues to be good."
"(We) provide a rich and varied curriculum and surround pupils with care and support."
"Pupils behave well; they are polite, friendly and are keen to tell visitors how much they like school, how they are safe and well cared for."
"Older pupils, including the most-able, were seen to read fluently and with expression. They relish the wider range of books and more challenging texts they now read."