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  • 19/05/19

    Probot and Swimming Fun

    At the end of our very busy week of SATs, the children enjoyed experimenting with the Probots and had great fun swimming on Friday afternoon.
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  • 10/05/19

    Caterpillar Investigation

    We  are currently observing the growth of 5 very wriggly caterpillars in Beech Class.  
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  • 05/04/19

    Happy Easter

    We had lots of fun this week making Easter baskets and cards.
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  • 29/03/19

    Observational Drawing

    Beech Class had lots of fun on Wednesday drawing fruit.  
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  • 15/03/19

    Science Week 2019

    This week at school, we have done lots of cross-curricular science work.
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  • 10/03/19

    Wintershall Workshop

    As part of our special 'Day of Forgiveness' on Thursday, we took part in a workshop run by the Wintershall education team.
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  • 10/03/19

    Our visit to the library

    On Tuesday, Beech Class enjoyed a wonderful visit to the library.
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  • 10/03/19

    Biscuits and Book Day

    We had great fun on Monday celebrating World Book Day in style.  Well done to everyone for dressing up and telling us all about your favourite books.
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  • 07/02/19

    Special Visitors for S.I.D. and Chinese New Year

    Yet again, we've enjoyed a very busy week in Beech Class.  We celebrated Chinese New Year on Tuesday by wearing red and having a special Chinese school lunch and we took part in Safer Internet Day (S.I.D.) too.
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  • 01/02/19

    Special Visitors

    Last Friday, Father Stephen paid a special visit to Year 2 to support us with our RE topic on 'Books'.
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  • 24/01/19

    Beech Class hard at work in PE

    Here are the children warming up ready to use the apparatus in their gymnastics lesson.
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  • 14/01/19

    New topics for a new term

    We have a busy term ahead with lots of new topics to explore.
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