Year 3/4

On Tuesday 24th May, some children from Hazel class took part in a gymnastics festival organised by the Phoenix Gymnastics Academy. The children had a brilliant time learning new gymnastics skills. Well done everyone!
The children in Hazel class recently had lots of fun taking part in a martial arts workshop. The children showed great discipline and respect. Well done everyone!
On Friday 6th May, Hazel class enjoyed a geography field trip to the Moorland Discovery Centre in the Peak District. During the day, the children studied different types of maps, drew their own map, followed a map whilst walking in the peaks, and engaged in a fun orienteering activity. A fun day was had by [...]

We are extremely proud of Mason and Nell from Hazel Class who took the time over the Easter holidays to complete activities from the Active Citizenship enrichment grid. Mason researched the Labour leader, Sir Keir Starmer and Nell researched the job of the Prime Minister. Keep up the amazing work!!

This morning, Hazel class have taken part in a sleep workshop with Laura from the Me In Mind team. The children have discussed good sleep routines and the importance of sleep in relation to mental health. The children are now fully equipped with new ideas for helping them to fall and stay asleep!
On Friday 1st April, the children in Hazel class took part in a rugby training session with coaches from Sheffield Hallam University. All the children thoroughly enjoyed the experience and there were lots of smiles throughout the lesson. Well done everyone!

We are so proud of Jonathan and the fact that he has achieved another golfing trophy for his outstanding performance in golf. I’m sure that you’ll agree, this is a very impressive trophy. Keep following your dreams, Jonathan!

SILVER AWARD Well done to Callum for achieving a very impressive 100 dojo points. Keep up the brilliant work! GOLD AWARD WINNERS We are so pleased that Katie and Holly A have achieved their gold award - an incredible 150 dojo points. Keep up the fabulous work!

A massive congratulations to Layla for achieving this week’s pride certificate. Layla consistently strives to achieve ‘The Aston Lodge Way.’ She produces some excellent pieces of work and she always makes positive contributions to lessons. Well done Layla!

This morning, the children have taken part in an interactive recycling workshop. The children worked well in teams to sort rubbish into the correct bins! Well done everyone!!