Spring 2 Lockdown and in school learning.
Emotional well being, mental health and discussing anxieties. We so enjoyed having Tilly with us for the day.
Staying positive during Children's Mental Health Week and celebrating the art of Charlie Mackesy.
Still being creative with our learning at school during Lockdown.
Since Tuesday 5th January when the country went into Lockdown Beech Class have shown their real community spirit. We are learning together and continuing our learning journeys. Thank you all for your hard work this week and communication.
Keep safe, keep smiling and keep reading
Happy New Year!
I hope you all had a lovely Christmas, it certainly was a Christmas we will never forget but I hope you all enjoyed yourself and celebrated the special time of year. I look forward to seeing you all on Monday morning and want to assure you all we will to our best at school to keep us all safe. I will attached an overview of what we will be discovering and learning this half term as we continue to develop our skills in different areas of the curriculum.
Keep safe, keep smiling and keep reading!
Our kindness Advent Calendar, carrying out a kind deed everyday- see weekly updates for more class news
Raising money for Children in Need
Poppy Day Service - we will remember them
Be safe be seen day in school
Thank you so much for all the Harvest donations you gave , the food bank are very appreciative.
This is just a reminder that our PE days are Tuesday and Thursday. On Tuesday the children will be working on their athletics skills with Coach Tom and on Thursdays fitness skills with Mrs Bulpitt. Thursday is also our day for after school club with Coach Tom which you are all invited to join.
Please make sure on both of these days you come to school in PE kit , that your hair is tied back and earrings are either removed or taped over.
7th September 2020.
It was so lovely to see you all back at school today. You should all be proud of how well you coped with your first day - well done.
Welcome back! Attached you will find an overview for this half term. PE days are Tuesday and Thursday, please wear PE Kit to school on these days. I look forward to seeing you all tomorrow.
Message from Mrs Bulpitt - 1st September 2020.
This is a message to say that I am looking forward to seeing you back at school on Monday. Please don't worry about anything between now and then, we'll start the new chapter of the new school year together and help each other along the way.
See you soon!
Dear Year 4,
I hope you are all well and safe. If you look on Oak Class page I have put some work on there for you.
If I don't see you before, have a lovely summer, keep safe and keep reading!
See you in September
How to get on to Google meet - 9:30am 2nd July 2020
Well done to Ollie Jones who was our Achiever on Friday for his hard work to edit and correct his English during Home learning and to Oliver W for approaching all his work in school with a determination to do his best.
Thanking all Fathers and Father figures.
Thank you from Year 6
Making Air raid shelters
Our Class Charter for COVID 19 written by Y6
Half termly overview for this half term.
For all of Beech Class. Have a good half term
A poem I adapted for Year 6 in what would have been SATs week - well done Y6.
Captain Tom's cards so far - is one of them your's?
Monday 27th April
Thursday 23rd April Home learning
Y6 Maths answers for Tuesday's work
Home learning Wednesday 22nd April
Y6 Maths answers for Monday's work.
Home learning Tuesday 21st April
500 Words success!
Beech Class entered Radio 2's 500 words competition. They received 135,000 entries and have now narrowed them down to 5000. For the second year in a row a child from Beech Class has been chosen for the next round , well done to Etienne! Watch this space for more news.
Overview for Summer 1 - adapted due to circumstances
Welcome back to the start of the new term. Home learning will continue and I will post the work for you every day, please do continue to keep communicating with me and each other on the class blog. I hope you all had a good break and rest, I have had my daily exercise and been on lovely walks with Tilly, read, baked, done some gardening and completed my fourth jigsaw! I look forward to hearing all of your news.
Talking of news, I had an email from Radio 2's 500 word competition over the holidays, see Monday's home learning for more details.......
Home learning Monday 20th April
Home Learning Friday 3rd April 2020
Hampshire Music Service ~ Primary Music Resources KS2
Mrs B's Easter Tree
Home Learning Thursday 2nd April
Home Learning Wednesday 1st April
Home Learning Tuesday 31st March 2020
Monday 30th March 2020 - Homelearning
Home Learning Friday 27th March 2020
Home Learning for Thursday 26th March 2020
Steve Backshall for those who couldn't find him.
You will be sent your personal blog log ins. Your username is firstname.surname and your password will be sent to you by Mrs Baskerville. I look forward to hearing from you all.
Home Learning Wednesday 25th March 2020
Tuesday 24th March Home learning AM
Tuesday 24th March Home learning PM
Dear Beech Class,
Firstly, I hope you all had a relaxing weekend. I understand that what we all experiencing at the moment feels very strange and understand some of you will be worried. Please be assured Boris Johnson and his Government have decided to keep you all at home for your safety and we will see you all as soon as it is considered to be safe for you to be back. Thank you to all of you and parents that said goodbye on Friday and I am very much hoping to see you before too long.
Monday 23rd March 2020.
9am - please if you can tune into Joe Wicks on You Tube and his PE lesson, make sure you wear suitable footwear and drink water.
Maths - Y5 in your Home pack you will find some work on Roman Numerals please work through this and get someone at home to text you on the numerals and their meanings.
Y6 - you will find some work on Rounding Numbers please work through this and remember to SHOW ME your working out - prove it!
When you have finished this please if you can log on to Times tables rock stars for 15 -20 mins.
Have a break, a snack and some fresh air if you can.
English - in your packs you will find a piece called 'Advertise your town' , read through the piece carefully and plan first, think what it is about where you live that you want to highlight. Remember to 'inform' your reader. Time yourself for 30 mins.
In your packs you will find spelling activities, choose a word you know you find difficult to spell and work through this section.
Have a good break and lunch - relax!
Geography - in your packs you will find a sheet asking you to identify the seas and oceans of the World, work through this and label the map. Think about where you have been, what seas and oceans have you crossed? think about how you can show this on your map, do you need to use a key?
Finish your afternoon with 20mins reading - if you can read to an adult even better, use this time to try and take part in the RED Challenge!
I am very proud of you all, for how well you have coped with this unusual time in our lives.
Look after yourselves and your family and if you have any worries or questions don't bottle them up - ask someone.
Keeping safe and clean.
This is to reassure all parents and visitors to our class page. Beech Class have discussed Coronavirus and the importance of keeping clean. We are all washing our hands regularly and if they have any questions or concerns we talk about it as a class to reassure each other.
British Science week.
We started British Science week by finding out about the environment of Antarctica and how travel and the terrain has changed , this links with our work in English were we have been writing biographies on Sir Ernest Shackleton. On Thursday we continued our biography work , each class were learning about a STEM person of significance; Beech Class were learning about Katherine Johnson. We all agreed she was an inspirational lady who fought against adversity to become the very best in her field, her life sparked many conversations about how humans treat each other and equal rights.
We finished the week by taking part in 'Tip the ship' with some surprising results.
Welcome to Beech Class!
World Book Day
Busy first week back.
Beech Class have had a week full of new learning. In English we started our new Learning journey and used our historian skills and inference skills to study photographs and were surprised to find that they were of the same man - Ernest Shackleton; we have started to explore the book 'Shackleton's journey' and are gathering information to produce biographies. In Geography we have been using our map and research skills to learn more about the River Anton and are wondering if we are going to be experiencing flooding. We enjoyed our first swimming lesson at Andover Leisure Centre.