The school was busy this Friday, sharing with each other who their hero was and why for Children in Need. Parents, pupils and staff worked hard on their costumes with fantastic results. The total amount raised was £345.70!
The school was really pleased when it’s data was published at a detailed level last week. It placed our school in the top 20% of all schools overall across the country. In Reading we are in the top 16% and in Maths 18%. You can look at our data in a simple set of graphs […]
The year has started well and at Dinglewell Juniors we have worked hard to ensure our sport funding is well spent and that it maximises opportunities for pupil development. We have secured a coach who is working across 3 schools (Dinglewell Infants, Hillview Primary and ourselves) to deliver excellent quality provision to our pupils whilst […]
Last week members of year 6 took part in our annual GSP science festival. The event, held this year at Kingsholm Rugby Ground showcased science work from a variety of primary schools in Gloucester City. It was based on the theme “Inside Out” with Dinglewell sharing their work on plant study. They shared observational drawings […]
Wednesday afternoon saw the return of Dinglewell Junior Annual Sports Day. We were blessed with amazing weather and ‘Team Dinglewell’ set about organising everything for a successful event. The day took on the same format as previous years with Jenner, Whittington and Potter all competing in a variety of activities to secure points for their […]
As you know, a group of children are in a GSP enterprise group with an initial set-up of £25.00 to form a ‘school company’ (see our DVD playing in reception for more information about the project). They have created a ‘Bobbles family’ collection, and bought a range of stationery and stickers with their £25.00, on […]