Hello from Beech Class,

Our teacher is Mrs Marsden and our teaching assistants are  Miss Lee and Miss Tilburn.

We are a mixed year group class and our classroom is busy and fun packed. We fit a lot of learning into our day.

Telling the time. 

We made a human clock to help us tell the time.

French Day

We enjoyed our French Day, playing French bingo, playing boules, French cricket and escargots!

We finished the day with our French cafe.





We have had a great start back to the new school year and the children have settled quickly into the new routines at school. In order for you to see what your child is learning in school and to support them in that, the following work will be sent home:

  • Reading books should be bought home daily and it is your child’s responsibility to make sure they put their book in their bag at the end of the day. Books will be changed every Monday. Once children reach a certain level in their reading they may bring home a free reading book. This is a book of their own choice which hopefully will encourage a love of reading for your child. From time to time, we may give your child a book from the reading scheme again to enable us to question them about the text they have read so we ascertain their understanding of what they are reading. Please still continue to hear your child read and write a comment in their reading record book.
  • Children will bring spellings home on a Friday and these will need to be learnt for a test on the following Friday.
  • From October, children will bring home a piece of English and Maths work each Friday to support the work they are doing in school. These should take no more than half an hour each to complete and should be returned  completed in their homework books by the following Wednesday.

If you have any questions about homework or any other aspect of your child’s education please get in touch by phoning the office or via email at:



Learning outside is great, especially when you get to eat marshmallows!

For World Maths Day Beech Class were given the challenge of making curved patterns from straight lines. We came up with some fabulous ideas.

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