LATEST ANNOUNCEMENTS: Click here to see photos from our recent Form 6 vs. Staff football match. Well done to the Staff on their overall win!
The Early Years & KS1 Reading Presentation and Handout are available for parents to download from the Parent Login Area.
Click here to see our Nursery and Reception children enjoying stories about dragons, which our Form 5 children have designed and written.
Photos from Form 1’s trip to Tonbridge Castle can be viewed in the Gallery.
If your child is interested in starting to learn a musical instrument, please read more here.
Do you need any nearly new uniform? Click here to see what items we currently have in stock and email Victoria with your requirements.
Keep up to date with PTA events via Facebook.

About Us

Pastoral Care

OUTSTANDING PASTORAL CARE

St David’s has a deserved reputation for providing and delivering outstanding pastoral care, ensuring that each new child quickly feels part of the School. Our pastoral care is centred on your child’s form teacher, who looks after the all-round academic, social and pastoral well-being of your child. However, pastoral care is not limited to class teachers, as all staff know the pupils in the School and are available to support them and their parents with any academic or personal troubles they may have. With a high teacher-to-pupil ratio, our dedicated and caring staff are able to ensure that the classroom provides a happy, safe and exciting learning environment, whilst ensuring that your child’s individual needs are met.

At St David’s we care about our pupils and aim to provide them with a strong, secure base where they will gain the skills to meet the challenges of the wider world. Our goal is that when pupils leave us, they will be self-confident, will have reached their academic potential, will have strong social skills, and will have enjoyed a wide variety of creative and physical activities.

“Pupils are self-confident and self-aware, showing emotional maturity for their age… Older pupils have opportunities to work with and support younger pupils and they do so with care and compassion”
The Independent Schools Inspectorate, 2012