Year Group News

Year Two visit St Barnabas on Wednesday, 30th March

By Christopher Hatton | April 4, 2022

Year Two spent the afternoon at St Barnabas learning about the importance of the Easter Story. They were welcomed by Rev Justine who gave them all a tour round the church. Every pupil acted out the Easter Story and asked Rev Justine lots of important questions. Take a look at how our pupils got on below.

Scooter Day for Year Two

By Christopher Hatton | April 1, 2022

Year Two has an exciting day this week when they all brought in their bikes and scooters for a road safety lesson on the main playground. They all understood the reasons for wearing a protective helmet, to stop, look and listen when crossing and to be extra careful when on a bike and a scooter. Please take a look at the following pictures.

KS1 Sports Festival with our Young Leaders

By Christopher Hatton | April 1, 2022

Today, Year 5 with the support of Mr Smith managed the KS1 Sports Festival for Year 1 & 2. Our Young Leaders have been working very hard over the last few weeks at creating their own break time games for the younger year groups. These have involved ball games, jumping and running activities as well as throwing. Please take a look at some of the activities below.

Whole school art project

By Christopher Hatton | March 30, 2022

The pupils have finished their wonderful art work linking to Chinese New Year. The tail of the dragon is each pupil’s name written in Chinese.

It looks stunning!

Neurodiversity Assembly on Wednesday 30th March 2022

By Christopher Hatton | March 30, 2022

Mrs Donohue held an assembly in the hall today for all classes on Neurodiversity.

The pupils discussed what this term is and learnt that every one of us can learn in different ways. We learnt about different learning needs and how to develop strategies to help each other through difficult and challenging situations. Each of us are unique and interpret the world in different ways. You can still follow your dreams even though somebody may be different in the way that they interact with other people, the way they learn and the way that they act. There was lots to reflect on.

 

 

Science Week – Sublime Science comes to Beaumont Primary

By Christopher Hatton | March 30, 2022

During Science Week, the pupils and staff were so happy that this year we welcomed a wonderful company – Sublime Science – to our school to carry out workshops with every class. Mad Mel was our visiting scientist for the day who showed the pupils how to change the colour of bubbles, make slime, create pressure so that a rocket can launch high into the air, solids into liquids and vice versa to name just a few.

Please find below a selection of photos which document the fun day. A huge thanks goes to FOBS for their very generous donation towards this science day.

Football match between Beaumont Primary and the Hayes Primary ….

By Christopher Hatton | March 24, 2022

Two games played. First was a draw at 0:0 and the second game Beaumont players fought valiantly to win 3:2. Congratulations to all of the players for their commitment and sportsmanship. 

Year 4 travel to London – River Thames and the Museum of London, Docklands

By Christopher Hatton | March 24, 2022

Year 4 had a wonderful trip to London. They enjoyed a boat trip along the River Thames with a perfect blue sky. This was followed by a guided tour of the Museum of London, Docklands. Mr Rosenthal was so impressed with the pupils’ behaviour and enthusiasm during the day.

 

Weekly running ….

By Christopher Hatton | March 23, 2022

All classes have been running with Mr Rosenthal each week on our wonderful new track. It helps with the lovely sunshine and the view of our field.

Red Nose Day 2022

By Christopher Hatton | March 23, 2022

Red Nose Day 2022

Mrs Donohue held a whole school assembly for Red Nose Day this year. The children loved being in the hall learning about this wonderful cause.