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After many months our shrubs from The Woodland Trust finally arrived. Most of the children in the school have had the chance to go out and help plant some.
We have a range of shrubs growing and we are really pleased with how they are looking.
Thank you to everyone who helped to plant them out and we look forward to seeing them grow.
Carol the dental nurse came into school today to educate us on how to keep our teeth healthy.
It was very interesting and we learned a lot about how to look after our teeth. Carol told us that we should try to minimise the amount of sugar that we have and she explained the importance of snacks between meals being sugar free.
It is British Science Week this week.
The theme is ‘Growth’.
We have started the week by planting some cress seeds. Each group will get the chance to do this over the course of the week.
Other activities from the science week booklet include:
Growing the pattern: paint printing repeating patterns, thinking about how the pattern is growing.
Things that grow: observational drawings of things that grow outside.
On Friday the 18th of March, all staff and pupils are encouraged to wear non-uniform, fancy dress or their pyjamas. This is for a suggested donation of £1 and all proceeds will go towards making a difference to people’s lives. For more information follow the link to the official Red Nose Day website. Watch this space for Friday’s photos!
We celebrated World Book Day 2022 by bringing our favourite books into school. We then shared them with our friends and talked about why we liked them. We have a lovely reading culture in Reception and the children love to share stories from home with us!
Well done to everyone who entered our Safer Internet Day 2022 Online Safety Competition. These are the winners:
Reception AH – Alina
Reception GG – Charlie
Year 1AM – James
Year 1JK – Archie
Year 2LS – Alfie
Year 3 SB – Imogen
Year 3SD – Archie
Year 4NR – Harry
Year 4RL – Amelia-Rose
Year 6KH – Erin
Another important event in the Ashley Primary School calendar is Children in Need. This will take place on Friday 19th November. It is a non uniform day and we welcome any donations towards the charity that you are able to make but this not essential.
To find out more about the fantastic work supported by Children in Need, please follow the link below:
The theme for Anti-Bullying Week this year is One Kind Word. The week will begin with Odd Socks Day. We would like all of the children to come to school wearing odd socks to show we’re ALL unique and different. We want to emphasis the importance of being kind to each other and respecting each other’s individuality.
Throughout the week the children will be talking about different types of bullying, what to do about it and how we can spread kindness around the school. We will even be singing a song about it!
Parents and Carers, as always, we appreciate your continued support. If you would like to find out more about Anti-Bullying Week then please follow the link below:
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