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Dartford Grammar School is a learning community developing international citizens

The curriculum offered by Dartford Grammar School is fundamentally underpinned by a clear, loud, and consistent voice, as we play an active daily role trying to make the world a better place through education. We are proud that our international, outward facing school, continues to promote this message at every opportunity; in school, around the country and, of course, around our world.

There has never been a more important time, in our lifetimes, for all members of our community to show respect, care and compassion for each other and to stand firmly together against those who seek to divide and segregate civilised societies whatever their differences. The recent criminal events in the US prove that we must all strive even harder to tackle racialised injustice and disadvantage. Our international school community offers unequivocal support to all who are now more determined than ever to secure permanent change through powerful peaceful protest.


The School is currently closed to all, apart from the children of Key Workers. Staff are working from home, providing remote learning and accessing their emails.

Please contact subject teachers, via Google Classroom or email, for specific subject concerns. Please note that, if necessary, Curriculum Managers could also communicate directly with subject leads on parent’s behalf and liaise with Heads of Key Stages for urgent pastoral matters.

SEN enquiries should be directed to the SEND Department in the usual way.  

If you have any safeguarding or well-being concerns, please email our Safeguarding Lead in the usual way.                                     

If you have a concern and believe a child may be at immediate risk of harm please call:
• 999 or 112 if someone is in immediate danger
• 101 for concerns that do not require an emergency response

You can also contact the following organisations that have a dedicated helpline and websites giving advice on a wide range of topics: 
NSPCC telephone 0808 8005000 
Childline telephone 0800 1111 
Samaritans telephone 116 123 

A Coronavirus Health Information Video by Dr Elizabeth Hobbs (Friend of the school) can be viewed via this LINK