Community Cohesion, Fundraising and Links
At Beaumont we believe in a strong partnership between staff, governors, parents and pupils. We aim to work co-
Our aim is to provide the best possible learning experiences for all children and, where necessary, giving additional support to individuals or groups of pupils to meet their needs. Pupils have equal access to the taught curriculum and school enrichment activities, appropriate to their age and ability. Pupils are encouraged to review their learning experiences, evaluate their progress and take an active part in planning their learning.
Beaumont has developed strong associations with the local community and where possible they talk to the children about issues of personal welfare and safety.
The Reedham Old Scholars Association (ROSA) continue to develop and maintain links with the school. Talks, competitions and awards bond the school with the association.
The whole school takes part in celebrating Harvest and Christmas.
The school enthusiastically supports charity campaigns and national initiatives (for example Safer Internet Day and Black History Month). Organised by either the school or Friends of Beaumont, fundraising activities for 2022-23 will include supporting the Royal British Legion's Poppy Appeal 2022, BBC Children in Need, and Comic Relief.