Our buddy session this week was based around Maths. Year 2 joined year 4 in their classroom where they explored the world of TT Rockstars. We had so much fun learning our times tables together.
In assembly this week Miss Roper spoke about leaders and leadership. Not only do we have different leadership groups in school but we are all leaders in being good role models to others and leaders of our own learning. Last week children applied to be library monitors. The children all wrote such amazing letters. They cannot […]
Today we had our first meet up with our buddy class! Year 2 read their reading books to us and we wrote in their reading diaries. Then we chose a book from the class library and read it to them. We loved it.
Today we had our first meet up with our buddy class! We read our reading books to Year 4 and they wrote in our reading diaries. Then they chose a book from our class library and read to us. We loved it.
Last week we started our Maths carousel activities. Once we have completed maths learning as a class we go off to complete Maths activities in small groups to practice our new maths skills Our first maths theme has been sorting. We sorted socks, pencils, gems, natural treasures and shared a big and small picnic for […]
Year 6 were lucky enough to take part in an online author visit last week with Annelise Gray. Students enjoyed listening to how she became an author and the process she takes to write her books. #welovereading
Please welcome our amazing FS2 group! Our FS2 class are settling brilliantly into school life. Each and every one shows The Ashwood Way with their superb listening, beautiful manners and hard work. Many other teachers including Our PE and Music teacher have commented on how well they have all settled into the routine and following the Ashwood Way. Well done […]
Last week, some children from Year 5 made another visit to Broadacres Care Home. Children exchanged stories about their lives, listened to a resident sing, and read their chosen books to different people in the home. It was so lovely to see how respectful, well-mannered and friendly the Y5s were. They were the embodiment of […]
Children have been putting themselves forward to be elected as school councillors to represent their class and represent school. They said a speech or wrote a presentation about why they would make suitable candidates. Each class voted for their school councillors just like in the real general elections. This helps us to understand democracy. The new student […]
Ashwood as a reading school 12% of the children completing the summer reading challenge at Rawmarsh library from theRawmarsh community were children who attend Rawmarsh Ashwood. These children read 6 ormore books over the summer, borrowing books from Rawmarsh library. This is brilliant news. Welldone in developing your love of reading! I have dropped into […]