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St. Dunstan

In St. Dunstan House, you can expect to be a member of a House that works together and supports each other to do their best both inside and outside of the classroom. We like to have fun while working as part of a caring team. In our weekly meetings, we like to celebrate everyone’s success and set targets for the future.

House motto is: ‘Do not let your dreams be dreams’.

Staff at St. Dunstan 

House Leader – Robert Parkinson 

Mrs. F Exley

Mrs. S Johns

Mrs. E Bezoari

Mrs. A Thorpe


St Dunstan was once the Archbishop of Canterbury. He became Archbishop after time serving as an Abbot at Glastonbury Abbey, a Bishop in Worcester and the Bishop of London.  Dunstan was born in Baltonsborough, Somerset around 910AD.

He was the most popular saint in England for nearly two centuries, having gained fame for the many stories of his greatness, not least among which were those concerning his famed cunning in defeating the devil. He was a noted musician, played the harp, composed several hymns, was a skilled metal worker, and illuminated manuscripts. He is the patron of armorers, goldsmiths, locksmiths and jewellers. His feast day is May 19th.