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Beech Homework for Term 2 – November/December 2013 – Please also check the homework folder and book for personalised learning. Week Date due to be finished Read every day. Aim to be changing your reading book 2 – 3 … Continue reading
We are going to update the passwords but in the meantime a bug has got in the works, so please bear with us if you cannot access Bug Club from home this week.
You will have noticed a blue sheet in your child’s homework folder that includes an outline of all the homework tasks for this term. We hope that this will help you in planning work to be done at home; in … Continue reading
Design a card and win the opportunity to send it all around the world! This exciting competition is run by the Department for International Development – the winner’s and two runner-ups’ cards will be sent as goodwill greeting overseas. They … Continue reading
Beech Class Homework given 2nd October – due in Monday 7th if possible TOPIC Lovely topic covers – well done! In our Going Green topic we have been talking about the campaign ‘Reduce, reuse, recycle’. We were going to … Continue reading
Mrs Benwell visited our partner school Sidlemu Primary in Mpumalanga Province [North-east South Africa, near to the Swaziland and Mozambique borders] for a week in July 2013. The visit was funded by a grant from the British Council called ‘Connecting … Continue reading
At the meeting on 12th September, we discussed the following: daily reading by, to or with your child use of key word lists in folder to help with homework writing/to learn recorders available for practising at home (!), on return … Continue reading
Year 3/4 Homework 26th June 2013 Maths: We have been revising written methods – so far, column addition & subtraction and the grid method for multiplication. Do these as practice, going on as far as you can and using the … Continue reading
We have been following a recipe for chocolate oaty biscuits using a genuine WW2 recipe for children. We weren’t too sure of the results – maybe our tastes have changed now that sugar isn’t rationed!