Thank you to everyone who joined us today for our 'Carols on the Playground' sing along. The weather was glorious and it was the perfect ending to our busy term. From all at Ashfield Park, we wish you a very merry Christmas. Enjoy your holidays and stay safe over the festive period.
The children in Years 3, 4 and 5 are performing ‘One Bright Star’, a musical version of the traditional Nativity play. It is a delightful production, which has allowed the children the chance to show their talents as solo singers, narrators and backing choral artists.
Much Christmas merriment has been taking place at Ashfield Park this week, including a rather delicious Christmas lunch - thank you to all who were involved in both the preparation and serving.
To get into the festive mood children can wear Christmas jumpers tomorrow for our Christmas lunch. Children can also wear Christmas jumpers on Friday as it is National Christmas Jumper Day.
Ashfield Park has been a hive of activity whilst the whole school prepares for their Christmas productions. This morning, Early Years and KS1 performed their dress rehearsal of 'Shine Star Shine'. The children were fantastic and we would like to thank all of the parents and carers for their help with costumes and learning lines.
On Friday 14th November, Ashfield Park held a talent show to raise money for Children In Need. A super time was had by the whole school and all in aid of a good cause.
Well done to all those children who took part.
Thank you for all of your donations.
Year 5 will be running a fundraising event in the KS2 Hall on Wednesday afternoon, November 19th (World Toilet Day).
This event will be open to all children at Ashfield Park Primary School. Cakes, used toys, books and games will be available and children will be asked to bring in a small amount to spend, (50p- £1).
All donations of old toys or cakes etc. will be gratefully received by year 5 and all the proceeds will be sent to Water Aid.
Year 3 were truly amazing in their Year Group Assembly. Thank you for all the donations for the Ross Food Parlour.
Starting School in September 2015?
If your child was born between 1st September 2010 and August 31st 2011 then bring them along to our Reception Open Day
Tuesday 21st October
9:15am – 10:15am
1:30pm – 2:30pm
Each session will start with a talk from the Headteacher in the main hall, you will then have the opportunity to see the school in action, talk to the children, staff and Governors and ask any questions you may have.
The launch of Be the Best You Can Be was amazing. Mel Clarke really inspired us to follow our DREAMS, BELIEVE we can succeed, WORK hard and ultimately ACHIEVE our dreams.
If you have a child who is due to start Reception in September 2015 then please do come and visit Ashfield Park on the 21st October. More information on timings and arrangements for the day will follow shortly