It is a requirement of West Sussex County Council that they carry out annual surveys of the school meal service and the data they collect is used to further improve the service. Chartwells is the catering partner chosen to provide tasty and nutritious meals in our school and to coincide with National School Meals Week, WSCC would really love to know what you think of the school meals. Last year thousands of parents completed the survey and it provided them with really valuable feedback. It helped WSCC understand what you like and what you think needs improving and they have been able to use the information to make changes and build plans around their food for the future.
Complete their survey for a chance to win some fantastic prizes!
The ‘We’re All Ears’ parent survey is now running from Monday 13th November – Sunday 26th November 2017.
The scarecrows will be around the village from Saturday 21 October. If you would like to purchase a Scarecrow Trail these can be purchased from the Maypole Pub, Allan Martin Meats and the Village Shop. Mrs Hobby will also be selling them on the school playground on Friday 20 October. They are £1.50 each.
We would like to invite all parents/carers and families to our Remembrance Service taking place in the School Hall on Friday 10 November 2017 at 9am.
Reverend Angela would also like to invite the children, parents and families to the Remembrance Service at St Dunstan's Church on Sunday 12 November at 10.15am
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.
The year six children are organising a Table Top Sale on Monday 3 July, the proceeds of which will go to support families in Africa. Any items for donation needs to be in school by 10am on 3 July. Children can look around the sale from 2pm with the sale open to parents/carers after school until 4pm.
15 days to raise £750 for the school using social media – no money required!
Ashurst We are taking part in an exciting project to raise funds for gardening projects at the School. We're not asking for any money from you but we would like a few minutes of your time.
We have 15 days (from Weds 26 Apr) to get as many supporters as possible to visit www.ralloo.com/ashurstwood. All you need to do is complete 5 simple online actions and help us raise £750 for gardening projects. You can complete as many actions as you feel comfortable with. Every click counts.
Every supporter who completes all the actions will have a chance to win a free bouquet of flowers every month for 6 months from the project sponsor Bloom & Wild.
Successful, thriving and forward-looking;
A place where children enjoy learning in a
happy, supportive environment;
A place where every individual makes a positive contribution, whether that is in school, in our community or in the wider world.