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Ashtree Primary School Early Years Success

For the past 18 months Ashtree Primary School has been part of a project to improve outcomes for children in the Early Years. Read more about the success of this project by clicking here.

Dragon Boat Racing

On Thursday 24th May, a group of our year 6 children represented Ashtree School at Dragon Boat racing. The day began with them achieving an excellent time of 1.22.66 – a great position of 9th out of 20 schools. Unfortunately this meant we did not go through for the qualifying round however, I am extremely proud of their teamwork, effort and good sportsmanship. The children made the most of all the opportunities available and took part in canoeing, orienteering and archery.

Mrs. Ruprai

Ashtree Students Achieve Diving Success

After participating in the Active Luton Talent ID programme at the start of 2019, Ashtree are delighted that 4 of our students have been selected for several of their diving squads. A huge congratulations t the children below for their success.

Daisy D and Olivia E – Little Rippers Squad (training 4-6 hours per week)

Amira S – Mighty Minis Squad (training 2.5 hours per week)

Brianna M – TID Pre Squad (training 1 hour per week)


From January 2019, Ashtree Primary School will be adopting a new approach to homework. Details of this approach were sent home on the 9th January and can be viewed again by clicking here.

Homework for 23.01.19. was based on Chinese New Year. Below is a selection  of Chinese New Year decorations made by our children from Reception to Year 6. At Ashtree we are extremely proud of some of the amazing work which our pupils are producing at home.


Netball Fixture

Ashtree v Longmeadow A league netball match – 23rd May 2019

On Thursday, the Ashtree A league netball team played against Longmeadow, at Ashtree.  It was a closely fought match and another one which was extremely exciting to watch, with both teams giving 100% to the game.  The final score was 7 – 8 to Longmeadow.

Our captain for today’s team was Lauren and the player of the match, chosen by the Longmeadow squad, was Ruby C, who played in both the Centre and the Wing Defence positions during the game.  She showed determination, resilience and energy throughout and created many opportunities to gain possession of the ball.

Reception ‘Stay and Play’

Click here to view our latest Parental Engagement activity in EYFS.


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