Dulverton Junior School

At All Saints we work hard to create a special and safe learning environment which enables pupils to excel and achieve. We like to make everyone involved in our school feel part of a caring, friendly and nurturing community.

Head Of School

Mrs Carys Barnett

Main Points of Contact:

Executive Headteacher: Mrs Naomi Philp

Head Of School: Mrs Carys Barnett

SENCO: Stephanie Howard

Co-Chair of Governors:

Main contacts for parents and enquiries:

General Enquiries: School Office [Chantel Herbert]

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities:

Paper copies of information on the website or Governor Minutes: School Office [Chantel Herbert]

All can be contacted via the details below, at the bottom of the page.

Welcome to Dulverton Junior School

On behalf of all the children, staff and governors, we would like to send out a warm welcome to our school and thank you for taking the time to look at our school website. We are certain you will find all of the information you need as a child, parent or visitor to our site.

It is the aim of our staff here that our children are happy and hard working. We like to make everyone at our school feel part of a caring, friendly and nurturing community.

Exmoor is a wonderful environment in which to spend your childhood. As in all other areas, school is key to the process of growing up into successful and healthy individuals, who can make a positive contribution to society.

We believe learning is best achieved when children are enthused, involved and feel a sense of achievement. A close partnership between parents, children and the school staff will give a child the best foundation for a good education.

We are very proud of our school and strive every day to offer our children a well-rounded education. We place great importance on preparing our children to be active members of society, to have a passion for learning new things and to care for the people and world around them.

Once again I hope you enjoy reading about and possibly visiting the school in the very near future.

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Dulverton Junior School

Contact us


Dulverton Junior School

Barns Close West


TA22 9EE

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Our team of educators and specialist staff leading the way

Our Senior Leadership Team

Our team of leaders creating an inclusive and diverse workforce dedicated to delivering excellence

Mrs Carys Barnett

Head Of School - Dulverton Juniors & All Saints | Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Naomi Philp

Executive Headteacher for the Moorland Federation | Designated Federation Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Lizi Pravato

Federation Business Manager | Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Helen Hickman

Federation Business Manager | Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Children with Superpowers

Understanding and providing adequate care and support for children with different abilities and levels of education is a key part of our mission to deliver excellence across the federation. All our schools are setup to ensure the highest level of care for those with disabilities, special education needs and assisted learning.

Cutcombe First School Children


See our frequently asked questions across a range of subjects from everyday school attendance to special trips, extra curricular activities and admissions.

Can my child wear jewellery in school?

We ask that pupils do not wear jewellery in school.

What do I do if my child is prescribed medication?

If your child needs to have medication at school you must complete a form at the school office. We ask that medication at school is kept to a minimum and if antibiotics are prescribed for less than four times a day we suggest this can be organised out of school time. All medication held on school premises is kept locked and secure.

What is Dyspraxia?

What is Dyspraxia? Dyspraxia is a form of development coordination disorder (DCD) affecting fine and/or gross motor coordination in children and adults. It may also affect speech.


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