W/C 1/6/2020 School open for Key worker, SEN and Vulnerable children, Y1 and Y6 - - - For full details of our Coronavirus response go to the All about us section. - - - Our Nursery and Reception pupils will return from w/c 8/6/2020
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Each week during the closure, your child will be set reading and mathematics tasks for Monday to Wednesday and Thursday to Sunday. See the tasks below:

  • 2 Mathletics activities
  • 2 or 3 ReadingEggs activities


Please check iConnect weekly for activity ideas. Also check our class page regularly for additional activity ideas. Remember to check out our gallery page to see what home learning we have all been up to. 


You can contact us with questions through


Take care and stay safe,


Mrs Mohammad, Mrs Jones and Mrs Beedie


Do Cows Drink Milk?

Old Macdonald had a farm, e-i-e-i-o! Do cows drink milk? What are baby pigs called? It’s time to find out more about life on the farm and the animals that live there.


Draw pictures of your favourite farm animal 


Super Listening

Encourage your child to cover their eyes or use a soft scarf to create a loose eye covering, then walk together around the house whilst you create different sounds e.g flushing the toilet, shutting a door, shaking an instrument or toy. Encourage your child to guess what the sound is, after a few turns swap roles.  Take care not too fall over, and have fun.


Marvellous Maths

Can you think of all the different ways to make 10.  Try 1+9=10, OR 5+5=10.

You could write down these number sentences or make them with cups or toys too

18.5.20 Home Learning

We are all experiencing very different times at the moment, so it is very important to stop and have a think about how you and the people around you are feeling?


Ask your child the following questions –and then encourage them to ask you some questions too.


  1. What makes you feel happy?
  2. What can you do if you feel sad or angry?
  3. Has anybody surprised you today?
  4. What makes you feel scared or worried?
  5. Tell me about something very exciting?


Did you know, dancing, jumping, reading a book, playing with your favourite toy and cuddles all make you feel super happy and smiley!

Oxford Reading Tree books- Free ebooks available

Oxford Reading Tree books- Free ebooks available  1 Continue reading book band books at home.

We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum which uses continuous play and exploration to learn. Adults plan both adult led and child initiated activities that enable the children to develop social skills, self confidence and independence in a range of contexts.   

At Ash Grange we encourage our children to get messy and have fun outside in all weathers therefore we ask that your child is dressed in appropriate clothing suitable for the various activities and all weathers.

Please remember to bring:

In case of accidents all children need

  • a spare set of pants which remain at school.
  • Wellies.
  • No laces on shoes, velcro fastenings are ideal for this age.

ParentZone (I-Connect) is a communication app for Early Years Families, to share targets, progress and achievements in their Learning Journey. Parents can use this to share achievements at home. Families are provided with a unique password which they set up once at

Please contact the school office if you need support.

Class Assembly Dates

Due to Coronavirus COVID-19 all calendar dates have been postponed. Please check for updates when the school re-opens.


Here are the dates for our class sharing assemblies this year, we hope you will come and join us at 9am in the hall.

  • Our first class assembly is Friday 13th March 2020.
  • Our second class assembly will be on Friday 26th June 2020.

School Trips

Due to Coronavirus COVID-19 all calendar dates have been postponed. Please check for updates when the school re-opens.

Reception will be visiting the following:


Alice Holt - 12th June 2020

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