Judith Flower

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AAA Derbsyhire Case Study

Following completion of our first term of Active Across Ages and the work undertaken between  our Active Buddies and  Silver Sports, the Youth Sports Trust have compiled an article for their newsletter. Please click on the link to read all about AAA in Hartington and at Anthony Gell,                      …

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5th November

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Recycling – 11th November

Ashbourne Food Bank

Our pupils have been busy gathering food and refreshments as part of their harvest festival celebrations to pass on to Ashbourne Food Bank. The school children visited the food bank last month to learn more about the work that is carried out there and how important it is to local people. Then following a special …

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Willow Weaving with the ‘Silver Sports’

  During the next few months’ the children- Active Buddies- will be delivering the second part of the Inter-Generational Project initiated earlier this year with the “Silver Sports”. The first activity was focused on “Willow Weaving”; the whole school as part of the Ambassador Schools project in unison with National Park Rangers Service created a …

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Well Dressing

The children along with members of the local community and AAA project ‘Silver Sports’ all helped to produce this years well. The theme this year was ‘Taking care of our Environment’        following on from work undertaken on the ‘John Muir Award’. Donations were received totaling £41.83. This will be donated to Ashbourne …

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School Games GOLD Award