HOME LEARNING HUB
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Click here for your learning at home updates from week 1 (23/3)
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Click here for your learning at home updates from week 3 of working at home. (20/4)
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May's VALUE is TOLERANCE
School is now open again for vulnerable children and children of critical key workers. We will let you know if the situation changes.
Latest guidance from the DfE
"We are expecting the majority of settings to stay open for the children of
critical workers and vulnerable children so they can continue to attend their usual provider, but we acknowledge this will be impossible for some - such as small rural schools.
Where a setting is unable to stay open, we will work with local authorities, regional school commissioners and neighboring providers to find an alternative setting for their pupils."
Please click here for further information from the government about Coronavirus.
Let us know if you need our support
This is a difficult time for everyone and we want you to know that we are still here if you need us or any advice. Please email me no matter how small the issue.
We have set up a home learning programme which all families now have details of. Please see the Home Learning Hub links on the left hand side of this page.
For further advice on how to take care of yourself and your families during the virus outbreak, click on this link
Look after each other
Much love to you all, Sue and the staff
Beenham working from home photo challenge
What do the children think of our school?
Beenham School is the best school in the world.
It is a lovely place to go because the teachers are so kind to children and Mums and Dads.
The lessons are fun and the teachers try to make the learning as clear as they can so that all the pupils can understand.
My favourite lessons are Art and English.
Written by Lexie in Mosi class.
Click here to read more views from the pupils.
The whole school thematic approach to learning enables us to plan for pupils’ interests and individual needs as well as ensuring National Curriculum coverage. We recognise that a wide range of opportunities will support the development of particular abilities, gifts, talents and skills.
To read more about our curriculum the follow this link.
To find out what each class is learning in the Spring term then click on the links below.