Welcome to Beech Class

Mrs Liz Brooks and Mr Andy McLarnon are pleased to welcome you to Beech Class ! Teaching and Learning is supported by Mrs Amanda Moxey and Mrs Carole Gibson.

Learning in Beech Class

Being in Year 2 means that the children begin a new journey in their learning through primary school. So, Beech class is an important place to be! As the year progresses we will support your child’s physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual development; allowing them to make sustained progress and fulfil their potential. 

We would like you to ask your child what learning they have done today, and encourage them to talk to you about their learning behaviours. 

If you would like to find out more, come in and look at our working wall and the characteristics of effective learning displays in the classroom.

Summer 2017: Eco Warriors

Term Focus: Relationships

School Values: Courage, Justice, Self-Discipline, Gratitude

Welcome to Beech Class! 

In Beech Class, we will be exploring an exciting proposition from the great granddaughter of Samuel Chrisdan!  She has been in touch with the class to explain that once Sam had returned from Africa he quickly fell out of love with large industrial cities and began designs for his own sustainable settlement back home in Devon. Sadly, his beautiful and intricate designs were lost before any building could begin...
Willow, Beech and Elm have been asked to come together to design and create something exciting - a new space within the school grounds which is based on Samuel's unfulfilled ideas! So  - get ready for plenty of art, design, geography and science as we prepare to become expert garden designers. Keep your eyes open for new developments!