A school council is elected by pupils in the school. There are 2 representatives from each class. Meetings discuss suggestions pupils make. The School Council plans money raising events for school and charity, and has a 'voice' in school affairs. Representatives have the opportunity to develop leadership skills.
At Ashbrow we try to arrange a variety of educational visits and visitors into the school, to broaden experiences and to stimulate interest. We usually invite parents to make a voluntary contribution towards any cost. However, no child would be excluded from a school outing through an inability to contribute, however, plans may have to be cancelled if insufficient funding is available.
Ashbrow School is very proud that members of staff alongside Sports Coaches run clubs outside school lessons. These vary from term to term depending on the specialist areas, interests of individual staff and requests from children. They operate at lunchtimes and after school. There is no charge for the Clubs.
School Clubs for the Spring 2017 include:
|Multiskills Club||Science Club||Fencing Club||Eco-club||Gaming Club|
|Hen Keeping||Netball/Football Club
||Martial Arts Club
||Bee Keeping Club
||Skill force Club
||Rainbow Club||Music Club|
Following requests from parents and carers Homework Club takes place on Thursdays straight after school for all Year groups from Year 1 to Year 6. Parents are very welcome. To stay with all Year groups. Parents of children in Years 1 and 2 must stay with the children. The Homework Clubs are well supported by staff who know the children well.
We are pleased to be able to offer a free Breakfast Club to all children from Reception to Year 6. Breakfast Club is sponsored by the Huddersfield Town Foundation and is open daily from 8.10am. For more information please contact the School Office.