Aston Hall has received the Gold School Games Mark for the last academic year, which is an outstanding achievement! This year, children across all Wickersley Partnership Trust schools have accessed the School Games, our inter-trust climbing offer, water sports and OAA provision, residentials and our sports leader programme alongside the curriculum time PE delivery from […]
On Tuesday 18th July, despite the wet weather, Aston Hall J&I held it’s annual Summer Fayre. With hundreds of children and families from our school community attending, it was a huge success. Our Friends of Aston Hall group, led by Mrs Hicks, raised over £1200 for school fund to be spent on projects for the […]
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Y3/4PB have been learning all about Vivienne Westwood. She created art and designs that made an impact on society; war, feelings, emotions, climate change. We studied her work, thought about how words and colours make us feel and created our own Vivienne Westwood inspired t-shirts.
In Art, we have been using printing to create a repeating pattern inspired by Indian traditions and culture. We have used symbols and shapes often represented on henna prints to inspire our designs.
We conducted some Geography fieldwork, looking at traffic in the local area and comparing it to the traffic while standing on the A57 bridge. We then compared results using bar charts back in class. 🚗🚚🌏
Last week our Y5 and Y6 students took part in their WPT Residential. The students enjoyed a range of activities and sports, took a trip to Rufford Abbey, and camped outside on the Cranworth fields. At Ulley Country Park, the students took part in kayaking and raft building, before students and staff took the plunge […]
We love to promote reading and a love of books at Aston Hall. ❤📚 That’s why the Aston Hall staff team will be regularly recommending some of our firm favourites. Mrs Ditchburn Recommends…‘The Diary of a Killer Cat’ by Anne Fine This month’s recommendation for KS1 pupils is The Diary of a Killer Cat. I […]
As part of Fieldwork Fortnight in Geography, our class did 2 traffic surveys in different locations in the local area and compared the data collected.🗺
Over this academic year, staff, parents and all of our students took part in First Aid training. The courses were delivered by First Aid Schools and equipped them with the skills and knowledge to handle certain incidents and injuries they may come across. Topics for our primary schools included: How to be safe at home, […]