Tennis Competition

Congratulations to all of the children who took part and were involved in the DSGP Mini Tennis Red Tournament held at David Lloyd this week. It was a wonderful opportunity for our four, young tennis athletes to represent Dartford Bridge and showcase some of the new skills they have been learning and mastering in their PE and our afterschool tennis club. The children did fantastically well and should be proud of
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St George’s Parade

Year 3 had a fantastic afternoon out in Dartford to support the town’s St George’s Day celebrations. They walked with their bright, decorative masks, following the impressive dragon as they led the parade of different schools. In the park, they listened to the mayor’s speech, sang happy birthday to the Queen and heard the news of the new royal baby before returning home with
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A Villain in our Classroom!

MAJOR UPDATE: When the children came into class this morning they found a new note left by Doctor Slime! It seems our kind messages have worked. Well done Ahlberg class! Mrs Scott was shocked to see a flash of green darting out of Ahlberg’s classroom at lunchtime on Thursday. She told the children what she had seen and they spotted some very unusual notes
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“Let Me Teach You”

Recently in nursery we have been learning new Read Write Inc Sounds. Our new I-Spy area is proving to be really popular and we have been taking it in turns to be teacher, practising sounds and helping each other on our learning journey. Mrs Sparrow, Mrs Connelly and Miss Midford have been hiding the sound of the day inside and outside our classroom and
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Shorne Country Park

On Wednesday Year 2 went to Shorne Country Park to learn about mini beasts, their habitats and enjoy the large areas of the park. The children had a great time doing various activities such as building a habitat competition. Children worked in groups and used their creativity to design and built habitats for mini beasts using natural resources and materials they found around them. Also,
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Skateboard Art

In Year 2, our topic this term is ‘Bounce’ which is  linked to learning about different sports and sporting equipment. Here are some of the skateboards we designed using different materials and textures. We worked in pairs and thought carefully about the design and the colours, which would compliment each other. Some of us had multi colour themes. Some were monochrome. Linking our knowledge from
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Football Success!

Boys from both Year 3 and 4 took part in a football league at Dartford FC. The Dartford district Year 3/4 floodlight football took place every Friday during terms 3 and 4. The children represented the school and played against nine other schools. The schools that took part in the tournament were: Dartford Bridge, Hextable, Oakfield, Holy Trinity, Temple Hill, Superstars, Manor community, Brent,
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Easter Raffle and Discos

The Friends of DBCPS have been incredibly busy recently, organising three discos and an Easter Raffle!  A great way to finish the term. Thank you to all those that purchased tickets for the raffle. The draw was today and here are the winners: Then, over the past two Tuesdays, we’ve had discos for EYFS, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2!  Lots of great
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Talent Show

Yesterday, after weeks of planning, auditions and practise the 2018 Talent Show finally ready to go. It was an amazing day with the EYFS and KS1 part of the audience in the morning as a dress rehearsal and the KS2 full show with parents in the afternoon. It was a day packed with entertainment! Best Singing Award – Hidaya The children did fantastically well after
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Chair of Governor’s Blog

Chair of Governor’s Blog   – Full Governing Body Meeting 19th March We have just held our termly Governing Body meeting, following on from meetings of our Learning and Development and Resources Committees. A key item for discussion was the Ofsted inspection and letter. We are pleased that we continue with our “good” rating and that the inspector agreed with our school improvement plan priorities,
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