School closure from 23 March 2020 until further notice.
Government advice states that 'Every child who can be safely be cared for at home should (be at home)'
To protect our staff we are running a very limited service. Please only send your child if there is no other alternative to protect your child, your family and the wider public.
If you are a key worker and find you have no alternative please complete the form below to book only the times you require in advance. This is to enable us to plan adequate staffing.
The Department for Education is updating schools daily with advice on Covid-19 (Coronavirus).
Below are links to useful information.
Now please wash your hands!
Phone: 0800 046 8687
Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday)
See links below for further advice
11th November 2019
Ham Dingle pupils 'windmill poppy' installation symbolises the fallen in conflicts around the world amongst the fallen leaves. The symbolism of the fallen leaves blowing in the wind representing those souls for whom there is no known resting place and the poppies for those with a marked grave. Purple petals representing the many animals who also lost their lives in conflict zones.
Year 6 pupils also took part in the Remembrance at Mary Sevens Park at 11am on 11th November. They laid a cross of poppy flowers with individual messages written by the children.
Ham Dingle remembers them all.
Ham Dingle Primary School converted to an Academy on 1st September 2019
with Mrs Grace as our Principal.
Our school is now part of the United Learning Trust.
If you would like to find out more about United Learning please use the link below.