After school today the staff were thinking about new and creative ways they can add even more problem solving into the wider curriculum. We know that our solution focussed learners are able to use all the skills at their disposal to reason and think laterally – after all that’s what positive people do! Ask the children about the different approaches they take and have a go. It’s a great workout for your brain.

Mr Taghi was putting Year 4 through their paces this afternoon as they did the bleep test to see how their fitness and stamina had improved since the summer.They were giving it their all and getting quite hot in the process. We know that this is the same type of training that  astronauts go through as part of their selection process so who knows what future careers this could lead to!

We learnt last week that positivity takes practice and so we have had a go at training our brains to think that way in assembly today. We had some lovely examples from Rashida, Alice, Haseeb and Abyan. They thought hard about how to make their friends feel positive on a slightly grey Monday. Best of all though were Mr Adams and Ilyas, who we all know bring out the best in each other! We will keep flexing our positivity muscles because we know practice makes perfect!

Year 5 have had an amazing day at Westway competing with others as part of the Legacy Day. They were inspired by the GB medal winner Helen Richardson Walsh to try hard and do their best. This obviously paid off judging by the number of medals they came back with!

Well done to all the children who applied for one of our many roles and responsibilities around the school.  Your application forms were incredibly impressive and Miss Po had a hard time choosing!  In assembly this morning our successful candidates received their badges. We know you will all be great, and thanks to Miss Po for organising such a rigorous selection process.

Thanks to all the parents who visited our market stall out in the playground after school today.  It was positively over-flowing with tomatoes all grown in our luscious garden.  The tomatoes travelled a grand distance of approximately 50 metres from garden to market stall — you can’t get more planet-friendly than that!  Head to twitter for photos, or pop out tomorrow when we will have more produce for sale.

You heard it here first. Half term sports camp is back at Bevington!!

After a great success last year Mr Dasso is back with his fun filled sports camp.

If you have any questions make sure you catch Mr Dasso in the playground for more information.

Please click on the link below.

HALF TERM SPORTS CAMP AT BEVINGTON

Thursday 21st September 9.00am  all parents and carers welcome.

Please click on the link below for more information.

We look forward to seeing you all there.

Bevington Primary School Parents Wellbeing Workshop

Thanks to all the parents who turned out for Meet the Teacher today. We love it when we have the chance to get to know you all and talk about everyone’s favourite subject which is the children! We are also looking forward to seeing anyone who wasn’t able to make it separately. Please just let your child’s class teacher know and they can give you a call to arrange a catch up.

Well done to all the children who joined nursery today for their first day ever at Bevington. Everyone was having a great time playing together and meeting with all the reception children. The start of a life long journey with us we hope. Here’s to many more sunny days learning and being together.