Class 1 have been growing seeds and planting seedlings around the school. If you have any spare plants we would be glad to grow them on. I love their Wellington Boot display!
So many great ideas for ways that children could both raise money and have an impact on the community in which they live were shared in the recent PTA “Sponsored Something” activity. Winning children completed activities such as knitting scarves for the homeless and performing to dementia patients in a care home. Well done to […]
Cooler temperatures and overcast skies enabled the annual Ashdon Primary School 10K and Fun Run to attract record numbers on Bank Holiday Monday. With the added support of members of Saffron Walden Football Club’s youth section who used the run as part of a fundraising event for their new 3G pitch, over 600 people visited […]
Parents and relatives were treated to a musical extravaganza on Wednesday as the pupils of Ashdon School performed “Carnival of the animals.” Featuring music from the work by Camille Saint-Saëns, children acted, danced and sang accompanied by a community choir formed of local residents and former pupils. Music Director Sarah Clark who directed the piece […]
At a recent meeting, I promised to upload some papers to show parents what KS1 children would be expected to complete during their National Tests. I have attached a set of papers below. The children will be sitting the 2019 papers in May – although remember they are used to inform teachers of children’s attainment […]
Class 1 visited the woods in Rickling on Monday in search of bluebells. They found a few, and are hoping to see many more if they go back after Easter. If you would like a walk in the forest to see a carpet of bluebells – follow the guide below http://www.walksaroundstortford.org.uk/walk-2-rickling-green-2-miles/