Due to the road closure over the coming two weeks the decision has been made to postpone the whole school Easter production until after half term.
The new dates for the performance are Thursdays 2nd May & Friday 3rd May
Lorna from Nottinghamshire County Council will be coming in on Thursday 21st March 2019 to do a parent’s workshop regarding Keeping Children Safe Online.
The session starts at 3.45pm and lasts for around 1hour 30 mins, your child can access after school club if needed.
Lorna covers a range of areas including;
- What young people are currently doing online
- Some of the challenges with developments in technology
- Some of the problems/dangers young people may face
- How to support children to have fun and use the internet well but also to keep safe
- Where parents can go to for help and support
If you are interested in attending this workshop, please reply to parent replies, remembering to let us know if your child needs a place at after school club.
You may be aware that the County Council are doing some roadworks on Owthorpe Road.
The road will be closed from 09.00 on Monday 18th March 2019 until 17.00 on Sunday 30th March.
We have been advised that access to school can be gained from Daleside and Ring Leas only. We will have access to school on all school days but parking will be limited, we also understand that there will be no road parking.
R19-029 Roadworks Bulletin.pdf
This document has the restrictions and a map of the road closures.
Transport are fully aware of the closure and the alternative routes, however bear with us if the transport is not on its usual schedule on the return journey from school.
Please rest assured that we have made it very clear to the Council how important access is to the school and they have endeavoured to minimise disruption to our pupils and their learning as far as possible.
If you have any problems or questions please contact the school office via email, email@example.com
On Thursday 7th March Ash Lea staff and pupils celebrated their love for books and reading. Many dressed up as their favourite book characters or shared their favourite books with each other. Some pupils used our new library area as well. Thank you everyone for your great enthusiasm.
On Thursday 28th February 2019 a group of volunteers swapped a day in the offices of Experian to work on our outside learning environment. After 2 weeks of beautiful winter sunshine the weather turned more like a February day with plenty of rain. This did not stop the enthusiasm of the group and they managed to relocate the chicken coop and the poly tunnel.
The space where the chickens were will now be the school vegetable garden where all classes will have their own plot to garden, vegetables, plants or herbs.
Thank you very much Experian for all your support
A new website has been launched by Nottingham County Council aimed at 5-11 years olds and their parents/carers.
The website is funded and commissioned by Public Health Nottinghamshire County Council and managed by Youth Services.
The website provides clinically assured interactive information around young people’s emotional and physical health and well-being.
Please access the site following the link below: