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

13:22 PM - 16 Mar 2024

Congratulations to our champion cross-country runners who lifted the trophy for TDJS once again. We are so proud of you all!— Thames Ditton Jrs () March 16, 2024

06:12 AM - 16 Mar 2024

Wishing all of our runners a dry morning and the best of luck as they compete in this year’s District Cross Country run 🏃 🏃‍♂️🏃🏻‍♀️— Thames Ditton Jrs () March 16, 2024

06:52 AM - 15 Mar 2024

It’s Red Nose Day. Don’t forget your red item and a donation to — Thames Ditton Jrs () March 15, 2024

21:06 PM - 8 Mar 2024

World Book Day..— Thames Ditton Jrs () March 8, 2024

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Posted on: 16/03/2024

Cross Country Champions

What an incredible super-Saturday for TDJS at the Schools Cross-country Run event last week near Garson's Farm. The sun was out and although the ground was extremely muddy, it could have been worse! 

Medals were awarded for the top 3 runners in each category with Mabel, Ava and Theo winning medals for Y4, Ben and Lotta in Y5 and Georgia, Arlo and Marlin in Y6. 

13 schools competed and it was a fantastic win once again for TDJS who were 100 points ahead of the second placed school (Hinchley Wood Primary). The trophy is currently at the engravers, and we can't wait to proudly display it at TDJS. 

A special thank you to Mrs Charlton who organised the training, the selection process and was part of the event organisation on the day.