Thank you for all your support with this year's Mayfair. Many of you helped leading up to the event and on the day itself, and without you we couldn't have gone ahead. I am delighted to tell you we raised £1,589.27 which will be put towards literacy resources for the children.
As well as this, £402 has been raised through the gardening campaign with Bloom & Wild. Again, thank you to those who participated.
Pyjama Day saw the children raise over £117.00 for their fundraising campaign to help support families in Africa.
Mud Kitchens - More than just Mud!
A huge thank you to Ashurst Wood Parish Council who have just awarded the Owl Classes £600.00 towards their own Mud kitchen to enhance their all weather outdoor play provision. Barn Owls is a Reception class who are working, playing and exploring within the framework of the Early years curriculum .
This curriculum allows our children to grow and flourish in a range of areas including Communication and language, Personal, Social and Emotional development, Physical development and of course Maths and Literacy skills.
It also promotes opportunities for children for develop the expressive arts and allow experiences for them to learn more about the world around us and how they fit into that world both as individuals and as community members.
We love to offer our children new ways to develop in these areas and feel that the introduction of a mud kitchen would provide a range of development opportunities as well as just being fun!
We are a GOOD School!
The School had its OFSTED inspection in March 2017 which concluded that the School remained a good school.
Due to the new structure of the Ofsted Inspections, as we have remained a good school, the report is written as a letter to the Headteacher and is not broken down into specific areas and sub-gradings.
Under the new framework we should receive our next Inspection in three years' time.
Mrs Hobby would personally like to thank all the children, staff, parents and governors who contribute daily to making this School so special.
Click here to read the report.
The children of Ashurst Wood have decided that they would like to try to raise £500 to support the famine appeal in Africa. The families in Africa will need ongoing support and so the children have decided on a series of events that they would like to run to raise the target amount. Their plan can be viewed below.