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Beech Class Blog2023-09-20T08:24:21+00:00
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Be proud Beech class! You did an amazing job helping Ian to lead the last whole school Eucharist service of the year. #beech #Loving ... See MoreSee Less

Be proud Beech class! You did an amazing job helping Ian to lead the last whole school Eucharist service of the year. #Beech #loving

A big well done to our Beech class musicians for taking part in our whole school music concert this morning. They performed with confidence and courage, we were so proud of you both!
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A big well done to our Beech class musicians for taking part in our whole school music concert this morning. They performed with confidence and courage, we were so proud of you both!
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Well done! Proud of you! 🌟

Today was all about feeling positive, strong and good about ourselves. We enjoyed a session of yoga with Claire, we made positive sunshine’s, wrote positive messages to our friends and made secret stars filled with beautiful messages for our class that opened up when we put them in water. We are all amazing! #Beech #loving #healthandwellbeing ... See MoreSee Less

Today was all about feeling positive, strong and good about ourselves. We enjoyed a session of yoga with Claire, we made positive sunshine’s, wrote positive messages to our friends and made secret stars filled with beautiful messages for our class that opened up when we put them in water. We are all amazing!  #Beech #loving #healthandwellbeingImage attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment

Beech class were captivated this morning during a fantastic presentation from Peter, a wildlife photographer who lives in East Africa. The children learnt how to say some basic phrases in Swahili, enjoyed watching footage of lots of different African wildlife, hearing stories about dangerous or very rare animals and looked at photos of local children at school in East Africa. They asked fantastic questions and got to carefully handle artefacts too! #beech #learning ... See MoreSee Less

Beech class were captivated this morning during a fantastic presentation from Peter, a wildlife photographer who lives in East Africa. The children learnt how to say some basic phrases in Swahili, enjoyed watching footage of lots of different African wildlife, hearing stories about dangerous or very rare animals and looked at photos of local children at school in East Africa. They asked fantastic questions and got to carefully handle artefacts too! #Beech #learningImage attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment

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We’ve just been told all about this!

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