Please find attached the timetable for our Community Sport Timetable.
This week we planted carrots and peas! Our potatoes have also started to grow. After that, we gave everything a good drink of water.
On Wednesday after school, an exciting discovery was made by Miss Evans… a Pied Wagtail bird has decided one of our watering cans is the perfect place to make a home. Take a look at our visitor sitting on the roof (watching us) and then hopping back to her eggs. Now we’ve had a sneak peak, I think we’ll leave her in peace and hopefully we’ll hear the chirp of hungry chicks soon!
And… here’s the video (she’s on the shed roof):
See you next week!
Miss Lawson and Mrs Hall
We have been super busy in Gardening club! This week we have been planting potatoes and continuing to remove weeds from the other beds, ready to plant more fruit or veg. Here are some photos:
Why not go and have a look at our hard work next time you’re near the garden at school?!
The Foundation of Light and Ashley Primary School are hosting a coffee morning on Wednesday 2nd May at 8.30 for all parents and family members of Ashley Primary School.
The Foundation of Light will be there to talk about their FREE family learning course available to parents and family members of Ashley Primary.
This course will help you develop your confidence and social skills. There will be activities that will help you make decisions, identify your strengths and be more confident working with others.
The course is ideal for those looking to move into work in the future or just develop their confidence and social skills
During the coffee morning we will talk about what is involved in the course and try out some activities involved, including:
*Buzz personality tests (what animal are you and what does it say about you!)
*Coping with pressure countdown quiz
*Dragons Den – Who would you invest in?
Biscuits will be provided and we promise it won’t feel like you are back at school!
Every Friday afternoon playtime, there’s nothing better than dancing the time away to our favourite songs on the yard – it’s even better when the sun is shining!
Check out our video below:
Let Miss Lawson know your favourite song and who knows, you may hear it one Friday! Have a great weekend everyone, don’t forget your sun cream.
Ofsted is inspecting your school, and would like to hear your views, You can do this by completing an online pupil questionnaire at the following link:
Your views are really important to us and will help inspectors understand your experience of school. The questionnaire will close at 11am on 06 February 2018, to give the Inspector time to look at the results. The questionnaires work in Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Internet Browser 11, and on mobiles and tablets when you copy and paste the link into the browser.
We do not ask for your name, so you will not be identified from the responses you make.
The Council’s Sport and Leisure team is offering a fantastic new multi activity camp which includes 5 days of fun and entertainment as part of their sports coaching programme.
The camp is a great opportunity to keep children active over the school holidays while also allowing parents to maintain work commitments.
Children can enjoy this jam-packed week of activities, playing a huge range of sports including football, basketball, athletics, dodgeball, cricket, volleyball and lots more. They can also develop their skills in sports they haven’t tried before and take part in team games and races.
On from Monday 12 – Friday 16 February from 9.30am – 3.30pm, the course will take place at Hebburn Central on Monday & Friday and at Temple Park Centre from Tuesday – Thursday.
Free early drop off is available from 9am and free late pick up until 4pm.
The course costs £50 for the full 5 days or £12 per day and is suitable for children aged 5 – 14 years old.
To book simply complete a course enrolment form at one of the leisure facilities. Please note spaces are limited.
For more details about the Multi Activity Camp and other sports coaching sessions taking during February half term visit www.southtyneside.gov.uk/sports
Parents – we have been informed by Northumbria Police that the below event will be held:
“Concerned about what your child is seeing on the Internet? Not sure how to keep them safe online? Want to know how to set privacy settings on mobile devices? For these answers and a lot more information on how to keep yourself and your family safe online come and meet the Southern Community Engagement Team and our partners from O2 on Tuesday 6th February between 10am and 12pm at The Word South Shields. O2 will have two of their technical ‘gurus’ there to answer any questions you may have as part of ‘Internet Safety Day’ “ If you would like more information on this event please contact the Southern Community Engagement Team at email@example.com