Do you want your child to study a diverse and globally-focused curriculum which will prepare them not only for their onwards educational journey but also for work in the wider world? Do you want them to learn to be effective communicators who make reasoned, ethical decisions and are principled so that they act with integrity and honesty? Then apply for a place at Dartford Primary Academy.
For pupils starting school for the first time in September 2020
Applications for transfer to primary school for September 2020 open on Tuesday 5 November 2019 and close at midnight on Wednesday 15 January 2020.
You can apply online https://www.kent.gov.uk/education-and-children/schools/school-places/primary-school-places#tab-3
You can apply for up to three schools, putting them in order of preference. If you want your child to join Dartford Primary Academy in September 2020 you will need to put us as your first choice.
If you would like a tour of our school before you apply, please book a place on one of the following sessions via the school office.
Wednesday 6th November 2019 10:00 – 11:00
Tuesday 12th November 2019 10:00 – 11:00
Unfortunately, we are unable to offer tours at any other time.
Moving to Dartford Primary Academy from a Different School
If your child is at primary or junior school and you want to move them to Dartford Primary Academy, you need to apply. This is called an in-year admission.
Please complete the form below and hand it to either school office at Dartford Primary Academy. A member of staff will be in contact with you in five working days to let you know whether or not we have a place available.
Pupils are given many high quality opportunities to develop their curiosity and creativity. They are encouraged to use their imagination, for example when thinking of ways to praise a friend, and are taught to respect the feelings and viewpoints of others.
Pupils are engaged and motivated by the way teachers present and teach the well-planned curriculum. This not only ensures that good learning takes place but makes a strong contribution to pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
Teaching assistants make a strong contribution to the good learning taking place, especially when pupils with special educational needs are taught in small groups outside the classroom. They work in very close partnership with teachers and bring an additional range of helpful skills and experiences into the classrooms.