Consultation of Admission Arrangements for 2019-20
Kings Ash Academy Newsletter December 2017
ACADEMY NEWS …
This afternoon we have celebrated our students fantastic achievements in our Awards Assembly. We have given out awards for Stars of the Week, Reader and Writers of the week and Maths awards. Well done boys and girls, keep up the great work!
Reception children have been doing a scientific investigation. One child wanted to know why their tongue turned blue when they ate sweets. We conducted the skittles experiment. The children predicted what would happen. Some thought it would make...
A fine display and an early goal from Tyran was a perfect way to christen the new Football goals on the school pitch. With a large squad being expertly coached by Mr Blackler the boys were impressive in their performance against Sacred Heart,...
The girls Football team were in fine form, with two goals from Jazmin and with excellent performances throughout they won their fixture against Sacred Heart 2 - 0.
Paralympian David Hill visits students at Kings Ash Academy and shares his swimming and para-triathlon experiences.
A huge round of applause for all our award winners at today's Awards Assembly. Pupils received certificates for Stars of the Week, Star Writers, Star Walkers, Most Improved Readers and Maths Award. Keep up the fantastic work!
5AA have completed some fantastic home learning projects this half term!
Year six had a wonderful afternoon sharing our learning this half term with our families.
Reception children have loved role playing as Doctors, Nurses and Paramedics. They have done some amazing writing and some children have used their sound knowledge to write out prescriptions.
In 4CC we have been looking at charity work within our PSHE sessions, we discussed why they are important towards society and how we can help. We looked more closely at the work of the British Heart Foundation and created posters to help them with their research....
6KM have created some fantastic Home Learning projects based on their theme Africa. They have created some amazing artwork and magnificent models!
More amazing home learning from the Sealions! An amazing amount of effort has gone into the projects. The children have loved sharing these with their friends....
Last week 2NF had a very exciting visit from Mr Tumnus who left us a letter and some parcels behind.
On Friday we celebrated the fantastic boys and girls who received awards for being Stars of the week, Readers of the week and Maths of the week. Keep up the great work, you are all stars!
5AA were lucky enough to attend the Outdoor Education Festival at PCSA. The afternoon was full of exciting activities including archery, guiding a partner-folded and relay races. This encouraged us to use our teamwork skills, resilience and cooperation to...
Dance club attracts record numbers, Mrs Hinds is delighted with the talent on display!
In Year 3 we are learning how to tell the time. We have worked in partners with clocks, practising a range of times with each other. We have also used interactive games on the interactive white board and tried to beat our top scores of how many times we can identify...
Kings Ash Academy opens its doors to children from the age of 2. We are proud of our Nursery provision which is staffed by warm, caring, high quality practitioners who aim to give children the best possible start to their school journey. This journey then leads them into Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 and onto Key Stage 2. Throughout their time at our school they will be supported and encouraged by adults who are committed to ensuring that they are safe, healthy and happy.
Kings Ash Academy values working with Parents, Carers and the whole community and we believe that the best way to provide for our children is by working together with you. As well as giving our children the very best education and curriculum we also want them think creatively and collaboratively.
Kings Ash Academy positively encourages emotional health and well-being. We support our children to develop confidence, resilience and recognition of their strengths and talents whatever they may be.
I look forward to welcoming you to our Academy.
Mrs S. Franklin
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