School News

Our school Christmas Jumper Day was enjoyed by both staff and children alike, when we wore our festive jumpers to school in aid of the Save the Children fund. Thank you to everyone involved in helping raise money for this worthy cause.

For Remembrance Day this year, we decided as a school to collectively raise money for this cause. With the final total now in we are proud to announce that we raised ยฃ205.30 from goods sales and ยฃ57.48 from Poppy Sales. Thank you to everyone involved in helping raise money for this worthy cause.

KS1 put on an amazing Nativity performance. What talented actors and musicians we have at Ashwood.
Class 2 made predictions for circuits and experimented making a simple circuit to power a light bulb. What great enquiring minds we have at Ashwood!
There will be a Christmas Health and Food Christmas Club at Clifton Community School, funded by Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council. The provision is for children and families in receipt of Free School Meals only. ๐Ÿ“…ย Monday 20th December 2021 โ€“ Thursday 23rd December 2021 ๐Ÿ•“ย 10am โ€“ 2pm Families must book via the link below or the [...]
In Maths, Year 2 have worked on proving whether statements are true or false. The class worked on proving that 50 was a multiple of 5. Great thinking, Year 2!

Children at Rawmarsh Ashwood Primary will be taking part in the WPT Advent challenge!

Year 5 and 6 footballers represented Ashwood at the Rotherham game last weekend. They played on the pitch at half time and represented Ashwood fantastically, showing the Ashwood Way at all times. It was a fabulous experience and we are so proud of them all. Well done!

In RE, Philosophy and Ethics, we have been learning about moral stories. Year 2 did some drama freeze frame work on their storyboards of The Good Samaritan. We learnt that the moral of the story was to put aside differences and help those in need of help.

Class 2 visited South Yorkshire Transport Museum to find out about different types of transport in the past. The children travelled there on a heritage bus! It was all very exciting. Haris said: “This is the best day of my life!”