The children were asked to create their own poems about the NHS and the results were amazing! These were passed onto our local NHS staff and you can see from the photos below how much it meant to them to
Children from across our Federation in Years Two, Three and Four were asked to take part in a virtual dance challenge. Here is the video, well done Deven, Rita, Lexie, Beau and Leanne!
A lovely book helping to explain our current situation to children, illustrated by the fantastic Axel Scheffler. Click on the image to read the story with your child.
The children of key workers who are still attending Ashlands CofE First School have decorated the fence outside the school to brighten up your day and thank our amazing NHS! Take care, stay safe x
On Friday 11th October we were very privileged to have a visit from the Maiden Beech Academy, TVS Indian exchange students. They did a short presentation for the Key Stage 2 children from both Ashlands and Misterton in collective worship,
The whole school welcomed Karen from the Carymoor Educational Trust on Monday morning. She led an assembly all about recycling, reminding everyone about the importance of reducing, reusing and recycling instead of sending everything to landfill. The children sang a
Mr Pearse and Mrs Hooper set challenges on the playground linked to harvest. The children had to communicate effectively, look at what others were doing and analyse, listen carefully to instructions and resolve disputes. The children were fantastic, especially with