Please find attached the timetable for our Community Sport Timetable.
Today children from Ashley Primary School have taken part in some cricket training. Conner, from All Stars Cricket, introduced the children to some basic skills and games. He also told them all about a brilliant Cricket programme for children aged 5-8. Click here for more information.
Don’t panic though, they were invited. The year three children are learning about who to go to for help in their PSHE lessons and this afternoon they had a surprise visit from Lee our Community Support Officer, and Liz a police officer. The children had a chance to chat to Lee and Liz, Elen got to ask her question which has been interesting her for a while… “Have you been on Police Interceptors?” Sadly their answer was no!
We’ve been having fabulous fun in Science with our feely bags! We are learning all about light, light sources and how light works. We had 5 bags with an object in each. We had to have a feel and try and guess what was inside. Ask the children for the results.
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!
As promised, here are the amazing animations the children created at our visit to The Openzone @ The Word yesterday. The App we used was called Stick Bot and it is available on the Ipad.
The children then downloaded their animations to iMovie and did some serious editing!
The children also had the opportunity to go into a real TV studio and record their own film using green screen technology and auto cues! The children had worked together in their history lessons to come up with their own presentations. I think you’ll agree they have done an amazing job.
You my wish to get a cup of tea and a biscuit before you sit down to watch this one!!!
The children’s behaviour was brilliant too so well done Y3.
It was interesting to hear the answers to Mrs Bone’s question:
What weighs more, 1kg of feathers or 1kg of apples!
This week we have been learning about measurement and converting cm to m, m to cm, cm to me and mm to cm! It has been great fun, if not a little smelly!