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  • 16/01/20

    Popcorn pays a visit

    As part of 'Show and Tell' this week, Beech Class received a very special visitor.
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  • 09/01/20

    Happy New Year

    This week in Year 2, we have been learning about writing effective instructions.
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  • 19/12/19

    Merry Christmas

    What a wonderful term it has been in Beech Class!
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  • 28/11/19

    Red Wednesday

    It has been another busy week for Beech Class.  On Wednesday, we came to school wearing something red to help raise awareness of those unable to practise their own religions.
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  • 21/11/19

    Beech Class Shabbat Celebration

    As part of our RE topic on Judaism, we have been learning about Shabbat.
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  • 14/11/19

    Bumper Edition Blog

    Beech Class have had a very busy time this week. We had visitors from the Nat West Bank and the Kenley Revival Trust and also visited St. Luke's Church for Remembrance Day.
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  • 07/11/19

    Fun in Maths

    This week in Maths, we have had the weighing scales out. 
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  • 25/10/19

    Our visit to The Sacred Heart Church

    On Tuesday, it was Year 2's turn to go to mass at The Sacred Heart Church.
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  • 20/10/19

    Beech Class Baptisms

    This week in Beech Class, we re-enacted some Baptisms.
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  • 04/10/19

    Swapsies!

    We have had the Dienes out in Year 2 this week to help us with our work on place value.
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  • 27/09/19

    Speak out, stay safe

    On Tuesday, we had a special visitor from the NSPCC who taught us the importance of speaking out in order to stay safe.
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  • 19/09/19

    Self Portraits

    Having already written about themselves in the first week back of term, the children, this week, had a chance to draw themselves.
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