Miss Burton recommends:This is Me! I am who I’m meant to be! written by Amy Pflueger. This is a beautiful book which takes you on a journey through the eyes of someone with autism. The book is about a young boy named Able who has autism. The book explains autism in a special way, to help people […]
In our book, The Boy at the Back of the Class, the main character in our story has gone on a search for a pomegranate. This was so they could bring Ahmet, the new ‘refugee boy’ who has joined their class, something from his home country. Because of this, in reading today, we used our vocabulary skills […]
Y6 have been very busy this half term! As part of their English learning they went on a SPAG-enger hunt! They looked for clues hidden within Easter bunny eggs to reveal a location around school. When they got there, they had a particular grammar feature to practice in their groups. 13 different features were practiced […]
Since Autumn term Mrs Cronin has been running her very own Reading World Cup Challenge. Players have been competing by reading and completing reading comprehensions to get through to the next round. We have continued to use the resources to promote a reading culture in our school, encouraging staff and students to share recommendations with […]
This week’s hot reading pick is ‘Being You – Poems of Positivity’ 🤗 Each class has picked their favourite poem and have performed it in front of an audience. The book is a collection to inspire empathy, kindness and mental health wellbeing in children, with gorgeous illustrations on every page. It has inspired our talented writers […]
In celebration of World Book Day, the children in FS2 created their own ladybird from one of our classroom stories ‘What the Ladybird Heard’ by one of our favourite authors Julia Donaldson. As part of our DT lessons, the children used their knowledge and skills from our previous lesson of sewing christmas stockings, to create a simple […]
Some parent’s attended Aston Lodge so that they could get a better understanding of what their children will be learning about in their core subjects. If you were not able to attend we have linked the presentations they were shown below. Maths Information Workshop Writing Information Workshop
Holly class had great fun dressing up for World Book Day. The children took part in a World Book Day breakfast which was followed by a range of reading activities including watching a live assembly by the beloved children’s author Michael Morporgo! The children enjoyed listening to how the author writes his many books and where he gets his ideas […]
Happy World Book Day! The pupils and staff always go above and beyond to promote the love of reading at Aston Lodge Primary School. Thank you to our parents for always engaging with our reading initiatives and celebrating our love for stories.
FS2 looked incredible this morning dressed in their World Book Day costumes. We are excited to participate in a fun day of activities!