1) Swimming a combined distance of 4000 m – representing 2 lengths of the Holme Pierrepont regatta lake
2) Cycling a combined 158 miles – representing the square miles of the Rushcliffe Borough where we work
3) Walking a combined 26.2 miles- representing the Robin Hood marathon which starts and finishes on the embankment next to the River Trent.
The event is on Friday 9 November.
We have bracelets, rubbers, rulers, pencils, snap bands, pencil sharpeners and stick on poppies.
We do not have any traditional Poppies due to the need for pins.
Please see the picture if you wish to see what is on offer and any donations to the appeal would be greatly appreciated; please send any money in a sealed envelope to the school office.
If you would like anything specific to be sent home please let us know by emailing email@example.com or put a note in with your donation.
We have an opening for a Parent Governor within out governing body team.
We have a small governing body which is an essential part of our school. The role of the governing body is absolutely key to the effectiveness of a school.
School governors are part of the largest volunteer force in the country, making a positive contribution to children’s education and playing an important part in raising school standards. School Governors provide strategic leadership, ensure accountability and act as a critical friend.
As a governor, you will have the opportunity meet new people, be part of a team, learn new skills through induction, ongoing training and attending meetings and have a positive impact on teaching and learning in school.
There are two full meetings per term (six in a school year) held after school and last approximately two hours, 17.30 – 19.30.
You really don’t need any experience to take on this role, just a positive attitude and a willingness to take on a new challenge.
Congratulations to everyone at Ash Lea School including family and friends for the amazing Race for Life event which took place on Wednesday 19th September. All pupils enjoyed running, walking and wheeling around the Candleby Lane field to collect their Race for Life medal.
It was an amazing event where everyone was working together and cheering each other on.
We now have the total raised £832 which is incredible. Well done everyone.
The Lord’s Taverners provides a range of specially adapted minibuses for SEN Schools catering for young people with learning and physical disabilities.
In 2017 we put in a request for a mini bus for Ash Lea School, this would enable us to take the children out more regularly and access different areas of the community. The bus has been used to take children horse-riding, fishing and to South Nott’s Academy where the older children have been using the facilities to learn how to cook for themselves.
On 13th June, Mrs Wigley, Mrs Biddles and Ms Brown went to London and attended a presentation afternoon when we were handed the keys to the new Lord Taverners bus.
Full Time Temporary Teaching Assistant
2 Terms from January 2019
NJE Grade 3: Point 14 – 18
£17681-£18870 pro rata
The closing date for applications is Wednesday 10 October 2018 at 9.00am (applications received after this time will not be considered) with shortlisting taking place on Thursday 11 October 2018.
Interviews will take place on Tuesday 23 October 2018.
Details Here – Job Vacancies
Main Scale plus 1 SEN Point
Closing date Monday 1 October 2018 at 9.00am (applications received after this time will not be considered) and shortlisting will take place on Tuesday 2 October 2018.
Interviews to be held Tuesday 9 October 2018
Closing Date – Monday 20 August 2018