A special ‘Reach for the Stars’ Aston Lodge Way wrist band was awarded to Layla for always going above and beyond in her homework. In Layla’s recent homework on what she would do for a day if she was the Queen, she demonstrated her empathy and kindness to others by detailing how she would make […]
The children in FS2 have been learning about the importance of keeping our teeth clean and healthy. We have discussed why it is important to visit the Dentist and which food groups are healthy and unhealthy for our teeth. As part of our Literacy lessons, we have had fun writing instructions on how to clean our teeth […]
We are so proud of the following children from Holly class who have reached 150 Dojo points and thereby achieving their GOLD Dojo award: Finlay, Dillen, Brodie, Kayla, Devon, Ellie, Luke, Maddie, Florence, Mason, Marley, Holly A and Jack. Congratulations to you all for all your hard work and commitment to learning!
Year 5 have been doing a brilliant job in their new roles as ‘Playground Leaders’. The younger children have loved having the older children organise games and activities at lunchtime to help keep them busy and active. Well done Year 5, great work!
Ash class went on our school trip to the South Yorkshire Transport Museum to further develop our understanding on transport of the past. We looked at a variety of different modes and types of transport and the children loved riding on the heritage bus to and from the museum. We had an amazing trip and have […]
Y6 have loved exploring the coast and neighbouring towns. We have spent time in Whitby and Scarborough visiting many places: 199 steps, Whitby and Scarborough Castle, Bempton Cliffs and Flamborough Head. Next. we will move onto Filey- ready for rock pooling!
The Mental Health ambassadors are continuing their role on their residential. They conducted a school survey last week, with pupils, to gage ideas of what activities they would like them to lead. Pupils said “We enjoyed the mindful colouring sessions, but we would like the ambassadors to offer a club that would encourage the boys […]