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  • 04/01/21

    COVID-19 Update

    On Monday 4th January at 8.00pm the Government announced a further national lockdown and as such we are no longer able to open the school and welcome your children back as planned for Tuesday 5th January. The staff have spent today preparing for their return and will be as disappointed as...
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  • 20/01/21

    Remote Learning

    Since the start of the Spring Term our fantastic team of staff have provided our children both at home and in school, with an engaging and varied timetable of subjects; including interactive and daily live teaching Zoom lessons in literacy and maths as well as fun and active PE lesson...
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  • 11/12/20

    Merry Christmas!

    Merry Christmas to all our AHS families! We have reached the end of what has been a really busy but fun packed term. The school has been buzzing with Christmas excitement the last few weeks and the arrival of the snow really helped to get us all into the Christmas spirit of things. So much fun was h...
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  • 01/12/20

    Pirate Day

    At Ayscoughfee Hall School we always allow room in our curriculum plans for plenty of creativity outside of the classroom environment.  On Thursday our Year 1 children had a brilliant Pirate Day. They started the day with pirate PE in the hall with Miss Lawniczak then continued the fun with...
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  • 30/11/20

    A bucket full of Kindnes!

    We are always impressed by the kindness your children show each other and  continue to look for ways we can spread kindness throughout the school. Our Kindness Ambassadors have recently introduced a Kindness Bucket where the children and staff can put heart shaped notes letting chi...
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  • 27/11/20

    We Are Missing You!

    Ayscoughfee Hall School are so disappointed that our parents and other visitors have not been able to come into school this academic term. We know how much you all love to see the children’s work on our wonderful corridor displays so we thought we would take some photographs of them for you. T...
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  • 17/11/20

    Sun, Wind or Rain?

    Year 1 have had so much fun this week performing some fantastic weather forecasts in the TV studios. They have been learning the symbols for different weathers and the four main parts of the compass.   
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  • 13/11/20

    Children In Need

    The children have had lots of fun today celebrating Children In Need. Thank you so much for all your generous donations!  We will let you know how much the school has raised next week.
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  • 12/11/20

    Go Henry!

    We are so proud of Henry in Year 2 who pedalled his way around an 11-mile course at Rutland Water on Saturday to raise more than £350 for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. Henry came up with the idea to do a sponsored bike ride when he expressed concern for how the Royal British Legion...
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  • 06/11/20

    Remembrance - Every Poppy Counts

    The children have been thinking about the importance of Remembrance in school, as part of this we decided to decorate the front of the school with Poppy pictures which the children painted, coloured or collaged. We also put large poppies along the railings so we can feel we are together with the com...
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  • 16/10/20

    ¡Nosotros hablamos español!

    Year 6 have been learning about the geography of Spain this half term. They have worked really hard locating and writing about all the major towns, mountain ranges and coastlines - entirely in Spanish! ¡Buen trabajo Year 6!      
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  • 16/10/20

    AHS Wear it Pink!

    The pupils and staff at Ayscoughfee Hall School have been wearing Pink today in support of Breast Cancer Now’s wear it pink day! Thank you to everyone for entering into the spirit of things so far we have raised a total of £152 for a fantastic charity. Well done everyone! Click...
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