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Bulb Planting 2017

Darton Voice learners planted Daffodil bulbs in Kexborough.  They worked hard all afternoon with the support from members of Darton West Ward Alliance and staff from Twiggs.  This community collaboration is part our continued work for learners to feel part of their community and to empower them to help...

Anti-Bullying Week 2017

Darton College learners will be celebrating their differences during Anti-Bullying week.  Learners will be considering how they behave towards each other as well as looking at how prejudice, regarding differences, has lead to the unacceptable treatment of people in the past.  At Darton College we aim to create an...

Restorative Practice

Over 30 Year 10 learners received training and took up the role of Restorative Practitioner last week.  It is our intention to have more than 30 learners in this role in each year group which means there will be many more opportunities throughout the year. Restorative Practice recognises how...

Darton Voice is Coming

Next week learners who have been involved in Darton Voice over the last year will be presenting some of our achievements in assembly.  At the same time we will be recruiting learners to be Darton Voice representatives for this academic year. Darton Voice provides many great opportunities for learning...

Positive Identities

Darton College has joined forces with Barnardo’s who are assisting us with their Positive Identities Service.  This collaboration will provide whole staff training regarding equality, diversity and gender identity.  Our aim is to make the college a fully LGBTQ inclusive environment where all learners feel safe to be themselves....

Bringing Heritage Alive

A class of year 7 learners visited Darton Church to learn about the effects of the English Reformation on their local community.  This has been part of a larger project where the college is engaging with Heritage England to improve the access that our young people have to learning...

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