Entries by Gemma Barker

Roll on next week for sports days!

The sports days are as follows: EYFS – Tuesday 2nd July  KS1 – Wednesday 3rd July  KS2 – Thursday 4th July  All children need to come in wearing something of their team colour on the day your class teacher will let the children know what their team colour is. All parents are welcome to attend and […]

SUMMER FAIR – BRIC A BRAC

It’s time to clean out your cupboards and get rid of your unwanted junk! As you will have seen, the PTA are holding the Bevington Summer Fair on Friday 5th July.  All proceeds will go directly back to the school to help buy reading and science materials to help our children’s learning.   We are […]

Congratulations Mr Smith!!

We are very pleased to announce Mr Smith has been awarded the Primary School Teacher of the Year 2019 for RBKC. I’m sure you will enjoy congratulating him and will agree it’s very well deserved. Mr Smith is a fantastic teacher and member of staff and we all feel very lucky to have him.  

Summer Disco

With special guests DJ Jp and DJ Sunderland Thursday 20th June 4.00pm-5.30pm EYFS & KS1 – Lower hall KS2 – Middle hall Refreshments and snacks will be for sale please bring change. £2 Entry

AFTER SCHOOL SPORTS CLUB FAIR – SUMMER TERM

THURSDAY 4TH APRIL 2019 3PM – 4PM KS2 PLAYGROUND CLUBS AVAILABLE FOR SUMMER TERM Monday – EYFS, KS1 & KS2 FOOTBALL Wednesday – EYFS & KS1 GYMNASTICS/DANCE/YOGA Thursday – EYFS, KS1 & KS2 MULTI SPORTS Cost: £3 per session (block of 10 = £30) All Clubs will run from 3pm – 4pm

Fabulous fundraisers

Thank you to all the parents who came to our PFA meeting this morning, ready and really keen to support the school. They are full of fantastic ideas and are so committed to the cause. Still time for others to join in. Don’t be shy now- they are the loveliest people!!

Rolls Royce Service

Speaking of questions the team from Rolls Royce got a real grilling in year 6 especially about their intentions post Brexit!! They came to check out our progress with the design projects we have been working on and they were very impressed. Well done Year 6 – engineers of the future.  

Staying safe

The NSPCC have been in school this week helping classes understand how to keep themselves safe and think about different relationships. This is really important work and the children have been very mature in their questions. As we knew they would be !