Latest News from the School Association

New Climbing Frame!

Work has well and truly started on our new climbing structure in the KS1 playground. We hope that the children will be able to start playing on it in the next few weeks. Thank you to the working party for your help removing the old train and tidying the playground, before the installation. Your help was greatly appreciated.

 We would like to thank all you wonderful people who have supported the school association, whether it is through buying something at our cake and lolly sales, attending our Christmas and Summer fairs or through joining our 50/50 club. Without your generosity we wouldn't be able to provide items such as this to the school. Thank you!


50/50 Winner April 2022

50/50 January 2022 Winner

Congratulations to Ireneusz Zarski (16) who is this month's winner.  Congratulations!

Clothes Bank

We have recently acquired a clothing bank from an organisation called C & G Collections to help raise funds for school.  

The bank is situated at the front of school near the gates leading to the infant playground.  If you are planning to have a sort out, or you know someone who is, please think about using the Clothing bank for any good quality clothing, paired shoes, bags and belts. For every tonne of clothing, C & G collections will give us £300!


Palm and Elm Class Hosted our Cake Sale - 14th January 2022

Thank you to Palm and Elm class for the fantastic cakes you supplied for our first cake sale of 2022!  Thank you to everyone who came and bought a cake or two. We raised £77.08


Tesco Community Grant scheme - blue tokens

We have been fortunate to be selected as one of the charities being supported by the Tesco Community Grants scheme. Between now and 31st March 2022 if you are shopping in either the Cam or Wotton-Under-Edge stores, you will receive a blue token, these can then be put into the Dursley Primary slot in the voting unit.

Any monies we receive from Tesco will go towards some fantastic new play equipment for the infant playground.

Dursley and District Santa Sleigh Run December 2021

Many thanks to everyone who came out and supported our local Round Table as they made their way around the streets of Dursley on Sunday 18th December.  You may have recognised some of the elves as the school association joined Santa to help raise funds

for the school. We also ended up featuring in the Gazette! A big thank you to Kerry, Becki, Becky, Emma, Tia and Rachael for volunteering.


Jack and The Beanstalk

On Friday 10th December 2021, school was visited by the West Midlands children's theatre, who performed their version of the pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk.

The children enjoyed two performances and the sounds of "He's behind you!" echoed around the corridors!

Because of your generosity, throughout the school year, the school asscociation were able to provide this experience for all the children 


Christmas Fair December 2021

 Thank you to everyone who was able to attend our Christmas Fair this tear. We raised a fantastic £2975








Easter Egg Hunt Spring 2020

 thank you to all those who took part in our Easter Trail around Dursley – we raised an amazing £166!!



The School Association has bought 30 Glockenspiels along with a new music curriculum to help teaching and learning at the Academy. These year 6 pupils were the first to use them and were making an amazing sound. They were playing "Living on a Prayer" in their first lesson!  





 Dursley Primary School Association supports the battle against climate change. We run regular textile collections to recycle good quality useable clothing via the Rags 2 Riches collection scheme. Thank you to everyone for supporting the last collection which also raised important funds for the Academy. Every penny raised goes back into supporting the children of Dursley Primary Academy.




Every year, the School Association join the Round Table Sleigh Run to help raise money for local good causes. We undertake the largest route of the year and manage to cover 13km and hundreds of houses bringing Father Christmas to the doorsteps of Dursley. This popular event is a great part of the Dursley Christmas tradition and the School Association are proud to help keep it alive. 

We are also grateful recipients of funding from the Round Table and this year received a donation of £400.