Ash Green Primary School Website

Welcome to ASH GREEN PRIMARY SCHOOL website

Welcome to Ash Green Primary School.


We are a Community School for 3-11 year olds based in Trentham, Stoke on Trent.

Acting Head Teacher: Mr G Ball B.A. Hons QTS
Acting Deputy Head:  Mrs S Cooke

 

                         

Our Address:
The Lea
Off Brough Lane
Trentham
Stoke On Trent
ST4 8BX

Phone: 01782 658977
Fax: 01782 642316
E-mail: ashgreen@sgfl.org.uk

Ash Green Primary School is situated in the south-western suburbs of Stoke - on - Trent. The school has a  60 place full time Nursery. The housing stock is composed of residential estates of owner-occupied properties. The majority of pupils live in the immediate vicinity of the school with a minority travelling from the surrounding districts.
Ash Green is a large primary school with approximately 495 pupils. The ethos of the school is based on enjoyment and the provision of a wide ranging creative curriculum that enhances the childrens' experiences, increases their motivation to learn which results in high achievements.

"The school provides a "first class curriculum which provides an excellent balance between creative, physical and academic work".

In the recent Ofsted Inspection it was stated that "Pupils' real enjoyment of school has a positive effect leading to high levels of well-being and pupils feeling safe."

"An overwhelming majority of the parents who responded to 'Parent View' agreed that pupils were happy and safe."

"Pupils' high attendance is consistently in the top 20% of schools nationally."

"School records show that behaviour is typically excellent."

"Pupils have outstanding attitudes to learning and are highly motivated and keen to learn."

" Pupils speak very highly of the staff and respond well to their high expectations of behaviour."

"Provision for pupils' moral, social and cultural development is outstanding and its effect is evident in their excellent relationships with staff and each other."

"Their deeply reflective skills and sense of awe and wonder about the world around them are evident in assemblies and lessons."

 

 

 

 

Currently Years 3,4, 5, 6 are in the main school building.
Year 2, Year 1, Reception, the Nursery  are accommodated in the Infant building.
 

The Infant building has been extended and refurbished over the last few years, so that we can now accommodate a 60 place Nursery and all of the Infant classes.

 

 

The outside play facilities for the Foundation Stage children have been extended with new play equipment.
New playground markings have been added.

The entire area is surrounded with security fencing.

 

We are currently in the process of developing further play facilities for the KS1 children.

The school has extensive grounds which allows for four playground areas. This means that the children can be spread out in age groups to avoid overcrowding. There is also a good sized football pitch and a large grassed area at the side of the main school, which extends the possibilities for general play and for P.E. and Games.

The school has an excellent reputation for team sports and sports development. The 7 a side football team have been County Champions for the last three years. The 11 a side team regularly win their league. We are consistently City Champions in the Cross-Country and Swimming events. Opportunities are created for the children to be involved in badminton, orienteering, skipping, rowing, canoeing, tennis, golf, athletics, basketball and rounders. 

The school also has an excellent reputation for creative work including art, dance, music and drama.


Children from the school perform regularly in concerts, conferences and workshops at a variety of theatres and other venues.

 

The choirs have regularly taken part in competitions and won many trophies.

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