If you are currently a parent/carer of a child at Ditton Infant School, we hope you will find that the website keeps you up-do-date with what’s going on in school and helps you to support your child’s learning. If you are a parent/carer considering Ditton Infant School as your child’s first school, we trust that you will gain an initial introduction to us and gain a flavour of what we do.
Happy New Year.
As we sent a newsletter home on Monday there will be no blog this week. Newsletter 3 can be found under Headteacher’s Newsletters in the Parent’s Section.
Have a nice weekend.
We understand that choosing the first school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make.
Please come along to our Opening Mornings on 3rd and 4th November 2016 at 9.30am. There is no need to book, just come along on whichever day suits you best. We will give you a tour around our school and all the information you need to apply for your child’s place. We look forward to seeing you.
A small village school where every child is welcomed and valued.
An experienced team of dedicated, caring and professional staff.
A stimulating and fun curriculum which makes learning irresistible.
An ethos of enjoyment, creativity and willingness to ‘have a go’.
Standards which are above the national average.
Ditton Infant School is a 2 form entry school for children aged 4-7. We have 6 well-resourced classrooms, 2 shared computer areas, a large school hall and spacious grounds which include a playground and playing fields.
This area will give you information about school uniform, school dinners, attendance, admissions and Parent Mail. This area also gives you easy access to frequently used school forms which can be quickly downloaded.
There is always something exciting going on within school! This area will give you information about PTFA events, educational visits, charity fundraisers and visitors who have recently been into school to work with the children.
"Our ethos is one of caring, sharing, learning and achieving within an inclusive environment."