17:47 PM - 13 Jun 2024

Campfire, zip lines and Body surfing are amongst the activities currently being enjoyed by Year 6 on the Isle of Wight # Year6Residential— Thames Ditton Jrs () June 13, 2024

13:40 PM - 12 Jun 2024

Goodbye mainland .. Year 6 are well on the way to the Isle of Wight!— Thames Ditton Jrs () June 12, 2024

07:10 AM - 12 Jun 2024

Year 6 are off to the Isle of Wight today for their residential trip. Make the most of all the opportunities Year 6 and have a fabulous time.— Thames Ditton Jrs () June 12, 2024

06:20 AM - 5 Jun 2024— Thames Ditton Jrs () June 5, 2024

22:18 PM - 22 May 2024— Thames Ditton Jrs () May 22, 2024

07:46 AM - 17 May 2024

A snapshot of some of the activities from yesterday. Year 5 residential at Marchants Hill. Let’s hope the weather remains pleasant for their last day— Thames Ditton Jrs () May 17, 2024

06:30 AM - 16 May 2024

Year 5 are experiencing lovely weather and have so far enjoyed some archery, giant swings, muddy tunnels and jumping off the trapeze! Delicious curry or sausage rolls for dinner, then sports on the field.— Thames Ditton Jrs () May 16, 2024

12:27 PM - 15 May 2024

Happy to report that the Year 5 trip has safely arrived at Marchants Hill. The sun is shining and the children are eating their lunch on the field — Thames Ditton Jrs () May 15, 2024

07:51 AM - 9 May 2024

Year 3 are off to today. Looking forward to hearing about this trip- what a lovely day for it! 🌸🌺🌼🌹— Thames Ditton Jrs () May 9, 2024

06:42 AM - 22 Mar 2024

Quick reminder that it’s a Mufti Day today. Bring a chocolate Easter egg in exchange for wearing non-uniform 🐣🥚— Thames Ditton Jrs () March 22, 2024


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.