Thursday 8th November

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Bevington bonfire night themed lunch


Year 1 and 2 have been thinking about a sense of place recently and most specifically Ladbroke Grove. As you know this is our favourite place in the world so we have been mapping it and find out all the coolest bits. There is so much great stuff for us to find out about locally. We learn something new about it every day.

The children have looked super smart this term and especially on Friday for photo day. We love seeing how much pride they take in wearing the uniform and being part of Bevington!

We are really pleased to have already hosted visits from teachers in other local schools who have come to see what goes on at Bevington. We love talking with other teachers, as you know, and learning from them. Today we also had a chance to meet some new possible partners who would like to offer the children in year 6 a chance to go to independent if they are interested. We will let you know more details if you have children in this year group  as  this is a really exciting chance for our lovely children and we are so pleased to be able to offer it to them.

We forgot to thank Rosy and Miss Brown for helping us make such delicious soup earlier in the week. It was all made from fresh produce we grow in our school garden and it was scrumptious! Hope you enjoyed it too.

The staffroom was full of especially delicious looking chocolates that the children designed and made today and they wouldn’t let the teachers eat them !! Fair enough though as we know a moment on the lips is a lifetime on the hips! Good to know they are always looking out for us !

We have had 2 amazing dress rehearsal performances by year 5 in preparation for showing their parents ‘A wrinkle in time’ next week. They are already so polished in their performance we can’t imagine how they will top this on the night but we know they will!

On Tuesday 9th October, 8 KS2 girls attended Craven Cottage – the home of premier league side Fulham FC – to watch an international friendly between England and Australia. After a beautiful autumn walk along the Thames the girls took their seats and saw Fran Kirby scored a fantastic goal to give England to lead. But unfortunately with 4 minutes to play, undeservedly Australia equalised. We hope the trip further inspired the girls and that one day will be see a Bevington pupil representing their country. Mr Dasso and Mr Smith couldn’t have been prouder of the girl’s behaviour throughout the trip with many spectators commenting on their manners and excellent support. Well done to Nastaho, Reyan, Sara, Sophie, Isabella, Rhiana, Melina and Dana.

As you know we are very fortunate at Bevington because we are having solar panels fitted this academic year. We know what a huge benefit they are to the environment and also can’t wait to learn all about the super science behind them.
Congratulations to the children who won the competition to design a logo to let everyone know about them. Super talented and eco friendly- like all our pupils and families!

Thanks to the Ogden Trust who ran their first partnership day here at Bevington today. There were teachers from across the borough on site learning all about the best way to teach different concepts in physics. There was, as you can imagine, a real buzz in the air! Looking forward to transferring all this knowledge to the children.