W/C 27.6.2022 - - - LAST WEEK OF CLUBS - - - Monday: Community Stay and Play - - - Friday: School Council Charity Day, Y3 Assembly, Community Stay and Play
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Week beginning 11th May 2020

Well 75 years have passed since the end of World War II and we had a small celebration at school. I hope you were able to mark the day in some socially distant allowed way.  The children in school have made bunting, taken part in the VE Day 2-minute silence and enjoyed some union jack coloured cakes. 


I know that there is lots of speculation about what may or may not be happening from next week, if and when schools will be opening.  I like everyone else will be listening carefully to the PM’s briefing on Sunday which will give us more detail on the journey ahead.  From this plans will be made and then shared.


Until then we will continue to:

  1. Provide daily education for all children at home with online learning and weekly challenges.
  2. Provide schooling for those children coming into school at this time – we are up to 24 children a day, which is 3 classes of children at a 2 metre social distance.
  3. Provide i-pads/laptops for hire by families.
  4. Provide weekly home learning resources to aid learning and fun.
  5. Provide 2 days a week of School Counsellor for anyone in need.
  6. Provide daily support by email, phone or in person – you know where we are and we are here to help and support your child and your family.


Home Learning

This week we are having a Maths week, there are attachments with this newsletter, so that you can select the activity suitable for your child (Early Years, Years 1/2, Years 3/4 and Years 5/6).  The activities are also on the class page sections.


Calling all Times Tables Rock Stars – Still 3rd!

See the picture below


Free School Meal Vouchers

We have been calling and supporting people to access their vouchers, so any problems then please let us know.


This week is Mrs Melbourne-Webb’s last week at Ash Grange, she is off to a new exciting role in a local business.  We thank her so much for all her hard work and care over the six years she has been here, we will miss her very much. We have a new business manager starting in the coming weeks.


Keep well, keep safe, stay home and protect our NHS.

Kindest regards, Mrs Curtis

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