Welcome to our gallery page.
Please enjoy browsing a selection of the exciting events & activities that the children experience at Dinglewell Infant School.
Some of the rich experiences offered to our children are as a result of our school being part of the Gloucester Schools' Partnership (GSP), along with 39 primary schools in Gloucester City.
Harvest October 2018
On Friday 12th October we held our annual Harvest Service to celebrate the food grown on the land.
The children brought their food donations to decorate the harvest table and then sang songs and recited poetry to say thank you for the importance of growing crops and farming. Majors Gareth and Susan Heward from the Salvation Army joined us to celebrate and they were delighted and very thankful for all the kind contributions that will help people in need in Gloucester.
Thanks to Morrsions in Abbeydale who donated the intricate wheatsheaf displayed on the harvest table.
GSP 10 Year Anniversary Concert
On 9th October 2018 Dinglewell Infant School took part in the Gloucester Schools' Partnership (GSP) 10 year anniversary concert alongside Dinglewell Junior School and 32 other Gloucester schools. The GSP work collaboratively to provide the highest quality provision to raise attainment, aspirations and life chances of the children in the Partnership.
Throughout the year, our schools work together, sharing knowledge, support and resources, as well as creating inspiring and memorable
opportunities for pupils.
This concert celebrated our milestone 10 Year Anniversary, with pupils from GSP schools across Gloucester, all performing together at Gloucester Cathedral - an incredible setting; perfect for celebrating 10 years of working together as a community.
George Moorey (a local musician) composed a song for the GSP, "Start the Day with a Loving Heart", which can be heard via the link below:
Sports Day (2015)
This year we chose to hold our Sports Day during National Sports Week in June 2015. The children had a fabulous morning and there was a great atmosphere as they completed their activities.
The children were split into teams and had a series of activities to complete throughout the morning. Each team had a Y5 from the Junior School helping to keep the score!
Before the activities began, the staff and children warmed up enthusiastically to our current Wake & Shake routine.
Many thanks to all the parents that were brave enough to enter into the final 2 races - well done Mums & Dads!
Throughout National Sports Week the children also had the opportunity to take part in an activity day, food tasting (thanks to Morrisons and Tescos for providing such a wealth of healthy food for the children to try), a tennis tournament, a football World Cup tournament and the chance to listen to a talk on playing cricket.
Below is a range of the activities that were going on throughout the week.
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