School News

Aston Lodge Primary had a fantastic time taking part in the NSPCC Number Day. The children came dressed as their favourite number, had fun playing games and activities linked to numbers and exploring problem solving challenges. The children also took part in the 'NSPCC Rocks' challenge competing to answer as many multiplication questions as possible. [...]

Well done to Phoebie for achieving her silver award for 100 pride points.

Travis is making excellent progress in his learning and he has taken on board all the teacher feedback that he has been given. Well done Travis.

Sycamore class has had another busy week in school with learning including drafting newspaper reports, finding missing values of percentages and researching a significant person linked to the history of space: Yuri Gargrain.

“On Friday pupils took part in the national Mile a Day challenge. The Challenge involved Over 1780 schools – with more than half a million children taking part!

The Royal Mail has launched a new competition to design a stamp!

Kayla was our weekly PRIDE winner for her fabulous attitude to all the work that she has been asked to do. Kayla is really pushing herself hard at the moment and is making fabulous progress as a result – this has been noticed by Mrs Howarth-Smith, Mrs french, and Mrs Venables! Keep up the hard […]

We were very pleased to see that the number of children earning raffle tickets for Strive for Pride had risen from 6 to 14 – all the children photographed earned a raffle ticket last week and we are aiming for even more this week!

Next Friday 7th May, Aston Lodge will be taking part in the NSPCC Number Day. NSPCC Number Day is a maths-inspired fundraising event where schools across the UK raise money for the NSPCC. On this day, children take part in a number of maths activities and are encouraged to make a donation and wear an [...]

Last Friday’s Pride award went to Keavy for a superb effort in her maths. Keavy showed fantastic drive and commitment to her maths learning by involving herself in the daily maths discussions and guided practice. Well done Keavy – keep up the hard work!