16:26 PM - 2 Feb 2024

Congratulations to our amazing athletes who won the inter-schools indoor athletics competition today. They will now progress through to the Surrey finals at Guildford Spectrum!— Thames Ditton Jrs () February 2, 2024

06:58 AM - 2 Feb 2024

Congratulations to the staff team who narrowly beat parents from 3 Attenborough at last night’s very enjoyable quiz run by the Friends of TDJS. 3 Attenborough win a class party and the staff team will be going out to The Foundry for a meal!— Thames Ditton Jrs () February 2, 2024

06:38 AM - 2 Feb 2024

It’s a MUFTI day today. Bring in £2 and you don’t have to wear school uniform! Money goes to the Friends of TDJS— Thames Ditton Jrs () February 2, 2024

17:28 PM - 25 Jan 2024

Year 3 spent the day immersed in Stone Age activities. They all looked amazing too - well done parents! More photos in the newsletter this week— Thames Ditton Jrs () January 25, 2024

16:00 PM - 11 Jan 2024

Our new website launched today! We have the same address but a cleaner more modern look. We do hope you like it.— Thames Ditton Jrs () January 11, 2024

06:33 AM - 20 Dec 2023

Last day for us all today with a 1.45pm finish. We wish all of our families a Merry Christmas and a peaceful and Happy New Year 🎄🎅🏻— Thames Ditton Jrs () December 20, 2023

06:05 AM - 16 Dec 2023

Last chance this weekend to grab one of the fabulous prizes …— Thames Ditton Jrs () December 16, 2023

16:49 PM - 8 Dec 2023

Congratulations to our Red league team who played away at and won 4-1Arnie was voted our player of the match!— Thames Ditton Jrs () December 8, 2023

17:44 PM - 7 Dec 2023

So many festive jumpers seen around the school today. Lots of money raised for Thank you everyone.— Thames Ditton Jrs () December 7, 2023

06:29 AM - 7 Dec 2023

It’s Christmas jumper day! Put on your jumpers and help raise money for — Thames Ditton Jrs () December 7, 2023


Sustainability at TDJS

Sustainability and being ‘eco’ is becoming an increasing focus at Thames Ditton Junior School, as the need to be more environmental friendly becomes more important. To make sure we are playing our part, we have a small committee which takes an active lead in our work and initiatives.  The committee is currently led by Mrs Alcock

The committee meets once a month to discuss ideas, monitor how the school is using energy and its resources, to to look at current news stories about the environment and initiatives in our local area and nationally. Away from these meetings, children feedback to their classes, encourage their peers to take an active interest and promote their ‘green’ mentality throughout the school and the community.

In 2016, our school’s ‘Eco Code’ was updated for the second time. The pledge is shared with all staff and students to try and promote a consistent approach to our effort across the school.


Reuse, recycle and remember our Eco Code. We all agree to...

     - put our rubbish in the correct bins.

     - walk to school when we can.

     - look after our environment.

     - use resources wisely and carefully.

     - save electricity and water whenever we can.

     - remember that this is everyone's responsibility.


November 2023 - Switch if off competition

Thank you to the many, many children who entered the competition – a fabulous standard and wonderful, creative ideas.  The winning entries will be displayed next to light switches around the school, and many others will be displayed on our school Eco board.

Remember: save electricity and switch it off!

Some of the entries and the winning designs are shown in the video below:


What can you do at home?

Being ‘green’ doesn’t stop when you leave the school; it is important to play your part when you are at home too! Here are some ideas for you to think about: 

  • Help sort out the recycling in your home.

  • Remember to turn off lights and taps when they are not being used.

  • Encourage your family to walk more, especially on local journeys.

  • Eating all of your dinner; remember food waste isn’t very green!

  • Buy energy efficient products, such as light bulbs.

  • Make sure you don’t drop litter at home or when out and about.

  • Talk with your parents about being more environmentally friendly.