Asquith Primary School

Growing to Succeed

Horsfall Street, Morley, Leeds
West Yorkshire, LS27 9QY

Headteacher: Gillian Austerfield

01133075550

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Welcome to Alder Classes Page!

Throughout the year, this page will be updated with newsletters, information, website links and pictures of all the exciting activities your children are taking part in. Please feel free to comment on our class blog below.

Any questions, please feel free to drop me an email: Natasha.Naylor@asquithprimary.org

Choir Practise

 One Voice

Catching the Rain

Current Newsletters

Autumn 1                            Spring 1                              Summer 1

Autumn 2                            Spring 2                              Summer 2

Roman Day

The Anglo Saxon Trip was fantastic, the rain held off and the children had a great time while behaving superbly. 
Scroll down to see pictures of all our activities.

Useful Websites

Help encourage your child's love of reading! Log onto Bug Club by using your child's very own password, which can be found in their planner. On Bug Club you will find interactive stories with activities that can be completed to win coins! 

https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/login?c=0

 

My Maths was very popular with the children last year. The children can be set a range of activities linked to their year groups learning and if there are no activities there are maths games to play independently or with others. Again, log in information can be found in planners.

https://www.mymaths.co.uk/

Purple Mash is great fun, with lots great activities. The children all have passwords, which they should have stuck in their planners. 

https://www.purplemash.com/sch/asquith

P.E. and Swimming Information

Swimming has now finished (08-02-17) and I'm glad to hear the children enjoyed their lessons. I hope you will continue to build on the skills they have been working on.

P.E. will now be on a Tuesday and a Thursday. Tuesdays, where possible, will be outdoors. Thursday will be a dance session and will be inside. Please make sure your child has the appropriate kit. We are also hoping to start running our mile again as the weather improves, so it would be useful for a P.E. kit to be in school every day.,

Wish us luck!

Cooking Project - chopping, spreading and tasting (pictures coming soon)

Anglo Saxon Reenactment Day

Alder Class Easter Competition

Roman Day Pictures

Alder Class Blog

Thank You Mr Taylor

naylorn on: Alder Class Blog

For the last few weeks, Mr Taylor has been a fantastic addition to the classroom, he has now gone to meet his new class , in his new school and we wish him the best of luck!

Next week is our concert. Please remember to only attend one and no more than 2 children per child - We hope to see you there, the children have been practising hard. The dates are:

Tuesday 27th 2.30pm

Wednesday 28th 9.05am

Have a lovely weekend.

Miss Naylor

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Winners!

naylorn on: Alder Class Blog

Well done nursery, year 5 and us! We won the Aspire Performance Poetry Competiton. Thank you for everyone who came to support, I'm sure you would agree that the children were brilliant. 

It it has been a great week with a lot of practising for poetry and for our summer concert which is coming up soon - you will not be disappointed. 

The children have worked hard and I'm sure will continue to do so in our final 5 weeks. 

Enjoy the weather this weekend.

Miss Naylor

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Year 4 Termly Newsletter

naylorn on: Alder Class Blog

A run down of the fun commencing this half term:

Literacy - we are beginning this half term with non fiction writing linking to animals and habitats. We will be consolidating our grammar learning from throughout the year.

Maths - our main focus will be statistics and geometry, focusing on coordinates and shapes as well as continuing to work on our timetables, 

Science - our focus is Habitats! The children have really been looking forward to this. We will look at food chains, key terminology as well as adaptions of animals. 

Other subjects; Art - sketching, painting, sculpting.        ICT - databases       P.E - athletics     

Important Dates

Concert - Tuesday 27th June 2.30pm      Wednesday 28th June 9.05

Homework Exhibition - Wednesday 28th June 2.45pm

Summer Fair - Saturday 1st July

Sports Day - Monday 10th July (pm)

Any questions please ask.

Miss Naylor and Mrs Trolley

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We are the Champions....

naylorn on: Alder Class Blog

This week we took part in our Asquith Performance Poetry Competition and we won! This means we will now take part in the final stages against other year 3 and 4 classes across our Aspire schools. The performance will take place on the 15th of June at Morley Town Hall. It will be in the morning. 

Letters will be sent out after the half term break to confirm all the details. 

Well done Alder Class. 

It has been a busy last week, children all working hard. 

The children have grammar and maths homework to complete for the first Wednesday back. 

Have a wonderful break, fingers crossed the weather stays hot hot hot!

Miss Naylor 

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Rain Rain Go Away

naylorn on: Alder Class Blog

Although the weather has not been on our side, we have achieved a lot this week.

We have been practising our poem A LOT, ready to preform to the rest of the school Wednesday morning. The children are amazing! 

In Science, we have begun to look at the digestive system. The children have learnt many scientific names to label the I'm portent parts. 

We seemed to find our spelling test harder this week.  Keep practising! 

On Monday we are having a visit from an author. A letter was sent home Thursday with more information and a link to his book. 

Thank you for your continued support. 

Miss Naylor

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