Once again Dinglewell was blessed with wonderful weather for our annual sports day. Pupils donned their house colour t-shirts in a bid to lift the sports day cup. The children enjoyed a variety of team and individual games that included bench ball, javelin, tennis, target throw and many races, and culminated in the house relay […]
On Monday, 6 lucky children went to Wimbledon with tickets to court 2. The day was fun filled and action packed with the group rushing between court 2 to watch Venus Williams and Murray Mount to watch Murray’s opening game. The children thoroughly enjoyed their day and the magic of Wimbledon. Hayden thought getting signatures […]
Once again Dinglewell pupils are taking part in our RSC project with schools from the GSP. Dinglewell will perform on Wednesday 23rd April at University of Gloucestershire, Park Campus.
The last day of the term saw Children from across the school share their Easter Bonnets. Thank you to Mrs Windscheffel, Miss Hayward and Miss Brogan who found it terribly difficult to judge the competition.
The school was brimming with Easter Bonnets yesterday when pupils from across the schools shared their creations with parents in our annual Easter Assemblies. Years 3 and 4 and Years 5 and 6 all took part in the assemblies that celebrated the Easter story with songs, hymns, poetry […]
Today Year 5 were fortunate enough to hear from Karen and David, two missionaries who have been teaching in Senegal for the past five years. It was a pleasure to welcome them to the school; the children thoroughly enjoyed their slide show and anecdotes about life in Africa. The children were able to ask them […]
Fantastic dancing today! Wait 'til lunchtime guys!! pic.twitter.com/cyvNAgrXgf
Thank you Friends of DJS for our lovely leavers hoodies! pic.twitter.com/rKmS1GVxhb
Year 6 disco rocks! pic.twitter.com/3b3N41DyMY
Well done Dingwell's Got Talent! pic.twitter.com/meqfd1fomU
Good luck everyone today at sports day! Don't forget your sun hat and sun lotion!!!
Enjoying ourselves! pic.twitter.com/deoYIv7kxc
On our way to watch Murray pic.twitter.com/xhvLPwsZcP
- An amazing but challenging afternoon!Originally posted on Dinglewell Junior Class 9 Blog:This afternoon Class 9 received the first of their challenges: http://youtu.be/msUfxTsx3lM They had a fantastic time becoming archaelogists and identified 8 out of 10 of the artefacts correctly. The class were then given 15 minutes to write a persuasive argument about what they thought the artefact was, who […]mrsharford
- Our 100 word challenge by Ronan Gribbon chosen by Mr DaviesOriginally posted on DJS Class1:One day we were being silent and then we magically shrunk into little people now we could look closer. We didn’t know if it was alive or not so I touched it But it stung me We looked behind us and we saw two boxes and so we saw one…mrsharford
- Class acting the butterfly cycleOriginally posted on Dinglewell Juniors Class 3 Blog:This week we have been learning about the butterfly cycle using explanation texts. Today we decided to create a film for year 2, so they can see what year 3 is like.mrsharford