Students from Year 10 were nominated by Mr Kudiyirickal to acknowledge completing a very technical practical Physics experiment to an incredibly high level of accuracy.
Well done everyone!
Ashton Park School Sport Partnership Dance Companies will be starting up again after Christmas in preparation to perform at STAGES 2020 in March. The sessions will take place in the Dance Studio in the Sports Centre. A fantastic opportunity for our Primary School Pupils and a wonderful experience for our young dance leaders!
Thursday 5th December 5-8 pm.
Please see as many of your child’s teachers as possible.
Look forward to seeing you on Thursday.
Achilles Food Collection for Julian Trust/Caring at Christmas – are you able to donate any of the essential food items? Please take a look at the list and send any donations you can to the House Hub.
This will be delivered to the shelter in time for Christmas.
Achilles is also having a non-uniform day on Friday 13th December. All money collected will be donated to the Julian Trust. Thank you.
Today I had the pleasure of meeting Toby from Year 8 and Alex and Corey from Year 9 who were nominated for Hot Chocolate with the Head by Miss Hutchinson, to acknowledge completing an excellent piece of English homework.
Alex’s homework was on ‘Of Mice and Men’ whilst Corey’s was on the project ‘Who am I’ and Toby’s was for his English ‘Boy’ diorama.
Today I had the pleasure of meeting and presenting a certificate to a group of Year 7 girls who were nominated for Hot Chocolate with the Head by Mrs Winstanley, to acknowledge their Gold medal-winning performance in the Year 7 girls’ touch rugby tournament.
They played brilliantly beating 8 other secondary schools in the first girls’ touch rugby tournament, organised by the Partnership and Bristol Bears Foundation. They were such fun and looked the part, representing Scotland in the World Cup theme event.
Well done everyone!
Students can collect their certificates either:
1. in person from reception;
2. via someone else collecting from reception with a signed letter giving consent to collect on their behalf; or
3. by supplying a stamped addressed envelope to the exams office with £2.40 postage so they can be sent recorded delivery.
We are required to retain certificates for one-year post receipt after which time they can be confidentially destroyed. Students are reminded to keep their certificates safe, the cost to students of obtaining re-printed certificates from the exam boards is around £40 per certificate.
If you have any queries please contact Mrs Maynard
This week has been anti-bullying week so our assemblies have focussed on the types of and impact of bullying. Students have been asked to reflect on their role in helping contribute to a cohesive supportive community at Ashton Park School.
We will be looking to develop this theme in during tutor time with interactive activities. If parents and carers are interested in finding out more and supporting their child at home then please use the link to the Parents’ toolkit below.
Ashton Park Parental Hub are holding a Quiz Night for Parents, Carers and Ashton Park Staff On Friday 11th October, in the main school hall. Doors open at 7:30pm & the Quiz starts at 8:00pm. £15 per ticket for a table of up to 6 people. There will be a cash bar on the night & all proceeds will go towards activities and equipment for the students at the school, so please come along, have fun & support the school at the same time!
To book your team ticket, please click on the following link:
You will need your Team Name to book. There will be a prize for the best name, so make it a good one!