Welcome to Dale Hall Community Primary School

The children, staff and governors welcome you to the Dale Hall Community Primary School website. We hope it will give you an insight into life at our school. Please browse our site to find out more about us.

We all believe that children should develop both academically and socially to the best of their ability. We offer a broad and balanced curriculum. There is a wide range of academic, musical, artistic and sporting activities, as well as extra-curricular clubs.

The majority of our pupils transfer to Ormiston Endeavour AcademyWestbourne AcademyNorthgate High School or Claydon High School.

We are always pleased to show prospective pupils, parents and staff around our school. Please contact us if you would like further information.

Miss A Ledger

Headteacher
 
 
Domino's Diary...
13/11/17
 
Today we took Domino out onto the school field and the boys exhausted him beyond belief! They ran, chased, dodged and tumbled while Domino  tried to keep up! We played dog in the middle and helped him to wait for his treats. Sophie, Lauren and Nicole supervised with Mrs Dedicoat and we all agreed that the 3 boys made excellent Domino buddies!
 
 
For two weeks only please use this link to download photos and Videos of the year 6 residential and school play.
 
Photos can be found at: 
 
Welcome back after half term. We hope you had a great week and managed to catch up on some family time. We have so much to look forward to this half term such as assemblies, carol concerts, parents evenings as well as the Christmas shows AND the Christmas Fair. If you can help out with any of the PTA events please contact the school office.
Need cheering up? Why not click on the links below to see what our year 2 children think of the world..... and Prince Charles!
Sport at Dale Hall
 
On the 7th November our U11 mixed tag rugby team attended a festival held at St Joseph's College. There were 24 schools playing in three mini leagues. Our super team played 7 matches and won all 7. It was an amazing achievement and the team were a real credit to the school. As it was a festival there were no overall winners, but with a 100% record we topped our league.
I have also been really proud of all the children who have been helping get the squad ready by regularly attending the tag rugby club. We have been playing our own mini tournaments for the last few weeks and we would not have been as successful without this help.
Mr Glover
 

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