About Us

Headteacher’s Welcome

We are a large, friendly school offering a wide range of opportunities for our pupils and we are proud of the academic and social standards that they achieve. We believe that pupils should enjoy their learning, and we aim to create an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust within which pupils can flourish and achieve …

Opening Hours

Please visit the Nursery Hours page for Nursery opening times. Reception and KS1: 8.50am – 3.15pm (32 hours 5 minutes per week) Lunch runs for 1 hour 15 minutes per day KS2: 8.55am – 3.15pm (31 hours 40 minutes per week) Lunch runs for 55 minutes per day

Admissions

Nursery Admissions – Applications now open Please see Nursery Admissions for more details. Primary Admissions Applying for a Reception place for 2023-2024 (For children born between 1st September 2018 and 31st August 2019) Apply online from 1st November 2022 Application deadline is 15th January 2023 Apply online for Reception places at Hertfordshire Admissions In Year Admissions …

Ethos & Values

The school motto is: “High expectations equal high outcomes” The vision is to: To create a school community which is safe, understanding, aspirational and which values reading, and where curriculum design challenges children to succeed in life emotionally, socially and intellectually.’ Values In September 2021, we decided to create a set of six values which …

GDPR

GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) came into force on 25th May 2018. GDPR is a European Union Law that strengthens and unifies data protection for individuals and in conjunction with the Data Protection Act 2018 replaces the Data Protection Act 1998. Our Data Protection Officer (DPO) is Mrs. K. Cox. All the below policies define …

Safeguarding

At Ashtree Primary School,  safeguarding pupils is our number one priority.  In order to ensure the best possible outcomes for pupils, we have a robust Safeguarding Team in place. We work in partnership with other agencies when there are concerns about a child’s welfare. We will ensure that our concerns about our pupils are discussed …

Attendance

The class with the highest percentage of attendance wins the weekly Attendance Cup. Please see below to find out who has won it this week and their percentage of attendance.      Attendance Cup: Authorised / Unathorised Sessions Missed Promoting Attendance The school promotes attendance via a weekly and termly attendance cup. This is celebrated each week in …

Staff

Headteacher Mrs M Janes DSP,  Remote Learning Lead,  Mental Health Lead, Health & Safety Lead Deputy Headteacher Miss P Ruprai DDSP, INCo (SEND, MA, Pupil Premium) Assistant Headteacher Mr R Yates Deputy Mental Health Lead, Maths, Computing & eSafety Lead Parrots (Nur/Rec) Miss S Butt Music Lead (Wednesday-Friday) Parrots (Nur/Rec) Mrs T Compton Music Lead (Monday-Tuesday) …

Governors

“Governors are committed to helping the school improve. They access appropriate training to ensure that they have the skills required to understand and carry out their statutory duties.” “Governors’ minutes are of a high quality and reflect a strong focus on ensuring that children and pupils are safe and well cared for.” (Ofsted 2018) The …

What People Say

What the children say about Ashtree School: Key Stage 1 “We have lots of lovely teachers.” “We have new friends we made.” Key Stage 2 “What is great about Ashtree is that they keep all of us very safe.” “There’s always, no matter where you are, someone there to help.” What parents say about our …

Location Map

Access by Car and Road Safety For safety reasons cars should not enter the drive before, during and at the end of the school day, even in rainy weather and at lunch times unless you hold a permit issued by the School Office. Please park in Chertsey Rise and walk your child up the school …