Rhododendron Walk, Ascot, Berkshire, SL5 8PN

01344 882631

Ascot Heath Primary School

“Confident learners in a happy, safe and secure environment”


Welcome to Kites!!! 

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Welcome to the summer term!!

Already, we have been up to London to see 'Matilda' at the Cambridge Theatre. The children loved it and their behaviour was outstanding.

Our next visit is to 'Kew Gardens' on 17th May.

After half term, we will take Year 5 for swimming at Lambrook Hailybury. (More information to follow.)



Ancient Greek Day

Teaching staff

Class teacher: Mrs Phelan 

Supported by Mrs Blackman 

Below are a few things that hopefully you will find useful. If you have any questions, then please contact us via the school office email address.


Indoor PE is now every Tuesday, while outdoor PE is on a Thursday. Children are to wear their P.E. kits to school on both of those days. 


Homework is given out every Friday and is to be returned by the following Thursday. All homework will be posted on teams, and unless otherwise stated, returned via Teams as well.


The children are given a list of words at the beginning of each term. They are taught the spelling rule at the beginning of one week and then the test is usually carried out on the following Friday. So spelling tests will take place every two weeks. Spelling List is attached below.


The children all have access to TT-Rockstars, which they are encouraged to use to help them improve their speed at answering questions. Occasionally they will have time in school to use TT-Rockstars. Most children are on the automatic training mode, which works through the timetables in a set order. More information on how TT-Rockstars works can be found on the Eagle's useful resources page. On a Friday the children take part in a Club 99 challenge, they are given  their tests  so they can share with you how they have done. 

Club 99 is a set of challenges that get increasingly more difficult. The children are given 8 minutes to complete the questions. 


The children are expected to read at least 4 times a week and we would like a parent to sign to say they have heard their child read. At the front of the books there are questions that they should use to help them with the comment. The books will be checked weekly.  We will be keeping a record of how many reads a child has done and they will receive a reward each time they complete 25.  More information is to follow on this.