February 29th, 2012
The year 2 children have been thinking about why they enjoy coming to Ashbrow School. This is what they had to say…
” I like ashbrow School because the people are respectful”
” Everyone at Ashbrow is nice!”
“Ashbrow school is fun!”
“Ashbrow school is cool!”
“Ashbrow is the best school ever!”
“The teachers make the learning fun!”
“I like coming to Ashbrow school because I enjoy learning new things”
“I like numeracy because I like solving problems”
“I like Ashbrow school because everybody is different”
“I like going to school because I love playing with my friends”
“I like Ashbrow school because it is super”
“I like coming to school because I enjoy Forest”
“I like coming to school to play with my friends”
“I like coming to school because I enjoy Physical Education”
These are lots of reasons why we love Ashbrow Infant School.
February 29th, 2012
Here are ten things we like about Ashbrow Infant School
1. We enjoy playing with our friends.
2. We enjoy learning new things with our friends.
3. We like all the teachers.
4. We enjoy doing our jobs.
5. We enjoy making new friends.
6. We like playing with our toys and looking after them.
7. We enjoy playing outside on the bikes and in our forest garden.
8. We like being in Ash Class.
9. We have fun playing together.
10. We like doing fun things.
We LOVE Ashbrow School.
January 6th, 2012
This week we have had a great time. We came back to school and saw our teacher and our friends. We talked about our holidays and what we got for Christmas. We have also learnt a new number song about odd and even numbers and we have written a recount about our holidays.
We all wrote new year resolutions and we are hoping to stick to them.
We have been working hard.
December 10th, 2011
After weeks of working very hard to create our video we can now share it with you.
Old MacDonald had a farm.
On Friday we shared the take 10 dance with the school and they all joined in. We explained the actions and the children and adults followed the instructions.
We have really enjoyed our Top Secret Mission!!
We hope you like it and please join in!!!
December 7th, 2011
Our top secret mission is now complete.
We were asked to create a new take 10/ boogie beebies dance for our school. We spent lots of time planning our routine and writing the instructions for the children to follow. We then put all of our routine together and Miss Griffiths organised for the dance to be filmed.
We have watched the video and we are very pleased with the result.
We will post the video on our blog very soon.
We really enjoyed our ‘Top Secret Mission’.
November 8th, 2011
Ash Class are currently taking part in a top secret mission!
All we can say is it is very exciting and we are enjoying the task!
We will keep you updated!
November 3rd, 2011
We thought it might be nice to share some stories with you on the blog. We have videoed them for you to watch and listen to.
What was your favourite part of the story?
Where’s My Teddy?
Have you got a favourite story you would like us to read? Let us know!
Look out for our next ‘Share a Story’
November 3rd, 2011
The children in Key Stage 1 have been experimenting with different instruments. They have been thinking about the sounds that fireworks make and trying to create some of their own.
Here are a few videos of the children showing their work.
Firework Music 1
Firework Music 2
Firework Music 3
Firework Music 4
Firework Music 5
October 20th, 2011
Ash class have had a very busy week.
They have been finding out lots of information about eachother and putting the data into charts.
They have also been reading the story ‘Handa’s Surprise’ The children have been thinking about the different fruits and how they can describe them. The children had lots of ideas.
On Tuesday we had some very special visitors from Sweden. The children were able to ask lots of questions and find out about where Sweden is and how it is different from England.
Ash class also learnt some Swedish words.
The children had lots of fun learning these new words. The children then shared their new words with the rest of the school and also parents at the Harvest concert which was held on Tuesday afternoon.
The children in Ash are looking forward to learning lots more in the new half term!
September 8th, 2011
Today we have been labelling our bodies. We labelled our arms, legs, head, hands and feet.
We also explored the outdoors playing in the water and in the castle.
Some of us have been drawing and colouring people and others have been using the computers.
Today has been a fantastic day!
From all the children in Ash!