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Staff caricatures, drawn by Ashton Gaters, inspired by the art of Miss Hayat

Choir's brilliant performance at Handfuls of Harmony

Choir at St George's

Choir's brilliant performance at Handfuls of Harmony

Important messages from the Dogs Trust about keeping dogs safe this Christmas

How to be Internet Legends - a fantastic assembly reiterating some very important messages for KS2.

Well done to the Ogden Trust Physics competition winners Evie, Layla, Izzy and Edie! All the film links can be found in this PDF document

Y5 having their bikes securely marked

Our amazing Year 6 dancers dancing at Stages 2018- The Greatest Show!

One of our Year 6 'Digital Leaders', leading his first Touch Typing club. A huge success!

The gardening group has been busy harvesting vegetables. We have had Swiss chard, runner beans, tomatoes and courgette from our garden included in our school dinners.

The gardening group has been busy harvesting vegetables. We have had Swiss chard, runner beans, tomatoes and courgette from our garden included in our school dinners.  1
The gardening group has been busy harvesting vegetables. We have had Swiss chard, runner beans, tomatoes and courgette from our garden included in our school dinners.  2
The gardening group has been busy harvesting vegetables. We have had Swiss chard, runner beans, tomatoes and courgette from our garden included in our school dinners.  3
The gardening group has been busy harvesting vegetables. We have had Swiss chard, runner beans, tomatoes and courgette from our garden included in our school dinners.  4
The gardening group has been busy harvesting vegetables. We have had Swiss chard, runner beans, tomatoes and courgette from our garden included in our school dinners.  5
The gardening group has been busy harvesting vegetables. We have had Swiss chard, runner beans, tomatoes and courgette from our garden included in our school dinners.  6
The gardening group has been busy harvesting vegetables. We have had Swiss chard, runner beans, tomatoes and courgette from our garden included in our school dinners.  7
The gardening group has been busy harvesting vegetables. We have had Swiss chard, runner beans, tomatoes and courgette from our garden included in our school dinners.  8
The gardening group has been busy harvesting vegetables. We have had Swiss chard, runner beans, tomatoes and courgette from our garden included in our school dinners.  9

Joke competition for Comic Relief - well done to everyone who took part so enthusiastically!

Ben Smith's inspiring assembly!

Our brilliant netball team!

Bedminster Lantern Parade - more images in Year 3 section

Last week we had some visitors during Playing Out!

World Book Day

 

 

An incredible array of story characters came to life and attended Ashton Gate School on Thursday March 3rd! We were so impressed by the amount of effort the children had gone to with their costumes, and the imagination and hard work in looking through books to find character descriptions or illustrations to help them create their looks. 

On Upton Site we all got the opportunity to admire one another's outfits with a fancy dress fashion show in assembly. Then at lunchtime the hall was transformed into a Mad Hatters Tea Party, complete with Alice, the Mad March Hare, the dormouse and of course the Mad Hatter himself! Lunch was very popular with the children and a huge success.

In the afternoon children worked in teams across their key stage to compete in a World Book Day themed quiz, getting really involved and stuck in and showing off the incredible amount of 'book knowledge' they have tucked away in their amazing brains. 

What a great day - can't wait till next year!

 

Bedminster Window Wanderland!

We were very excited to be involved in the Bedminster Winter Window Wanderland. This community event involved people decorating their windows are encouraging people to look at them during a winter walk around the local area.

 

 

First we collected teddies to decorate the art room - we had over 200 in total!
Next we created two faces with the help of some fantastic year 6s.

Ruff Guide to Shakespeare

 

 

We were very lucky to have a visit from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School to perform a very entertaining hour of songs, poems and puns telling us the story of William Shakespeare.

World Book Day

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