Whilst following the curriculum of Key Stage 1 pupils in Beech are taught to become more independent thinkers and by the end of the year they are well prepared to move on to our Junior Department. Lessons are extended, most teaching is activity based and creative minds are still very much encouraged to thrive through weekly art lessons.
We recognise that social skills and development continue to be very important at this young age and individual personalities are maintained through outdoor play alongside a timetable offering a variety of sport, drama and music.
We enjoy outings to the Holst Birthplace Museum and local farms as well as welcoming visitors from Gloucestershire's Fire and Rescue Service.
Congratulations to everyone who took part in today’s Sports Day. Thankfully the rain held off and we were able to offer the full program of races, and what a morning of fun it was! Special thanks go... Read more
On Friday the whole school (except Acorn) took a trip to the Tower of London. We saw the Crown Jewels, the White Tower, the famous ravens, had talks from a Yeoman Warder and saw Mrs Jackson's... Read more
Ash and Beech have been studying Superheroes in English this term so this week in art they have made their very own superhero masks! They look absolutely fab running around telling their superhero... Read more
Ash and Beech classes took part in their first Forest School today! A lovely idea to get the children outdoors since lockdown restrictions have been eased (slightly!)Today they learnt all about... Read more