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We are pleased to announce that we will shortly be accepting payments online for items such as dinner money, school trips and uniform. Using a secure website called ParentPay you will be able to pay online using your credit or debit card. ParentPay will be our preferred method of making payments to school. What are […]
The children in Reception have been amazing! Click on this link to view a video of their highlights.
Due to the hard work and commitment of the staff and pupils, we have just been awarded the Primary Science Quality Mark. Only 200 schools nationwide have been awarded this achievement which celebrates a commitment to excellence in science teaching and learning. The Primary School Quality Mark programme ensures effective leadership of science, enabling schools […]
Have a look at our new video, showing what a typical day at Ash Green Nursery is like. It looks like lots of fun! Follow this link to view the video: Nursery
In September 2018, we invited parents into school to share our renewed school visions and values. Click this link to view the PowerPoint from the evening. One idea we shared was Ash Green’s ’50 memories to keep’, which we’d like all to leave our school with. 50 Memories to Keep See below for some of […]
Year 5 have been enjoying using clay to create their own lighthouses, inspired by our class text ‘Letters from the Lighthouse’.
On Wednesday, some Year 4 choir children and some of the Year 2 dance group visited the Guardian Care Home for them to perform to the residents there. The occasion was enjoyed by all – well done!
Year 5 have been investigating air resistance by designing and testing their own parachutes. We dropped them out of a first-floor window and loved watching them work. Unfortunately for one lego man, a gust of wind caught his parachute and he is now residing on our school roof!
On Friday 27th, Year 1 had a Pirate day. A great day was had by all. Lots of activities took place, but we thought we would share a few! We decorated biscuits, made moving pictures, and played team games. We hope the children had as much fun as their teachers did!