The children have outdone themselves again  today in Bevington’s Got Talent. They sung, danced, played  and amazed us in the hall this morning. So hard to pick a winner as they were all equally deserving of the title. Thanks again to Miss J and Miss Kimera  for pulling it all together. What a lovely way to end a lovely and eventful term!

We had an incredible turnout at today’s class assembly, with Willow Class teaching us all about World Poetry Day.  They even shared haikus they have written all about the Great Plague.  They were incredibly effective and the audience agreed that they captured the mood of the period hauntingly.  Ending with a rendition of Ring a Ring of Roses brought a macabre finish to proceedings!

Bevington hosted ten school leaders yesterday afternoon, who gathered to discuss disadvantage and how we can address this as educators.  It was a great opportunity to share good practice and work together with local colleagues.

Today some pupils from Year 5 will take part in the Regional Heats for the Primary Math Challenge 2018 at Hallfield Primary School as part of The Mayor’s Fund competition.

Good Luck to all taking part!!

The school was resplendent with colour and new life today as the children came in dressed as Spring to support Sport Relief. We all know what a great cause this is and we are very proud of the children for all their efforts today. Thanks as well to Mr Dasso and Mr Taghi for arrange the toughest fitness challenges we have had ever at Bevington. We are tired now !

What a lovely collection of eggs we were presented with today as part of our design an Easter egg competition. The children had gone to great lengths to show their eggs- traordinary creativity. Thanks to AIP for the prizes they provided. What a ‘cracking’ day!

Year 5 were busy today planning and cooking the perfect pasties as part of their topic on Africa. The school was filled with delicious smells all day as they cooked up batch after batch. They are super chefs – we know where to go if we need help in the kitchen.

We never let the weather get us down at Bevington and today was no exception. With a little bit of tweaking thanks to Mr Dasso we managed to move around the multi sports events we planned to do outdoors to indoors today. Key stage 2 had a great time and the sun even came out this afternoon proving spring might finally be on its way at last!


Oak have had a lovely afternoon at the Royal Albert Hall, taking part in their Classical Spectacular concert aimed specially for schools.  You may remember that last Friday Oak worked with Albert’s Band, and this afternoon they saw all the instruments and musicians all on show on the big stage!  An inspirational experience for all.

Birch class put their best riverdance foot forward this morning, with an assembly all about St Patrick’s Day.  We learnt all about the origins of the saint’s day, and the history of St Patrick himself.  Birch taught us about the symbolism of the shamrock, as well as discussing the myth surround the pot of gold at the rainbow!  Thanks to parents, friends and family members who came.