Last week, 20 children from years 3-6 took part in the first School Sports Partnership cross country event of the year. Everyone finished the run with smiles on their faces and in great positions. Mr Nute was incredibly proud of all that took part and could see that all the children put in 100% effort.
A brilliant effort all round to Diptford’s football teams. We won some, drew some and had lots of fun. There are plenty more matches to come and everyone in years 3-6 is welcome. Well done and keep up the hard work...
With Connie as our Overlord, we held a Viking Tribal Gathering with duels fought to settle disputes, fines issued and banishments pronounced!
A lovely day had by all the children and teachers.
Year 1 and 2 pupils went to the KS1 Multi-skills Festival at KEVVICs this week. They took part in 10 different activities throughout the morning courtesy of the students at Kevics, who planned a fantastic variety of sports and games. We were catching, bowling, balancing and dancing, just to name a few! We managed to [...]
On Wednesday 21st October children in Class One hosted a special session for their parents and families, sharing their learning about Africa and maths. Activities included an African Market, African animal face painting, basket weaving, making Massai houses and creating African jewellery. Thank you to all the parents and family members who participated so positively [...]
Congratulations to the talented pupils of Diptford Primary School for a truly spectacular and highly entertaining pantomime production of Aladdin. Pictures paint a thousand words...
As part of a project with Send a Cow, Class Three built a keyhole garden earlier this year. In the Spring Class One and Two worked in mixed collaborative teams to prepare and plant gardens. This week we enjoyed the first of the produce; sweet peas, runner beans and carrots. Thank you to Charlie for [...]
If If you need to know anything about bats or even moths Diptford Primary is the place to come! We are experts after a week of bat related activities. We started the week learning some facts about the protected, local greater horseshoe bat with Nicky Bailey. This was followed by a bat fact trail around school. Later [...]
At 1.30pm last Wednesday pupils and staff gathered around the quiet area behind Class Three. Mysterious sheets were hanging from the wall and everyone buzzed with theories of what lay behind. In fact, many pupils had a inkling, having being involved with an inspiring and memorable project with Leanne Christy, a local artist. There was a silence [...]