Everyone had a right royal rave up this afternoon in honour of the wedding tomorrow. The costumes and party clothes were very regal and the games and food were excellent. Thanks for all your donations and taking part in such good spirits. Enjoy the real wedding tomorrow and hopefully the sunshine with it.
Not the sentence you would usually expect to hear on your way to key stage 2 to be fair but yesterday it was true. And no he wasn’t on his own in there as one member of staff enquired! We know budgets are tight and teachers are getting younger though so we rule nothing out as animals can teach us so much! We had a lovely visit from Scruff the rabbit who came to help us understand about how and why to be kind to animals. Thanks Archie for bringing him.
Early years had a great time at their stay and play practising their fine motor skills. We know that grip and muscle memory are really important when developing these for later life so it was lovely to see so many children and their parents taking part in all the activities. Especially the one with the Cheerios…
Next week is Key Stage 2 SATs week and Year 6 are so ready! We wish them every luck although they don’t need that as they have this sorted. Test stress? At Bevington we like to think of it as exam excitement!
Some of our year 4 children helped out at a local community garden project today. They helped Rosy plant lots of new strawberries and make our neighbourhood even lovelier. What better way is there to spend a sunny afternoon than helping others?
As part of their topic in inventors year 3 and 4 went to the Wonderlab at the Science Mustuam. It is amazing, inspiring and utterly mind bending. They learnt so much about the future and now. If you haven’t been we highly recommend a visit!
Everyone had a lovely time with Luna the dog who visited us again today. She was full of beans in every class she visited and we all felt the benefit of her cheerful disposition. If we all had tails we would be wagging them too !