Entries by Stephen Smith

We will ROCK you!

Year 4 were lucky enough to have a visit from the incredible geologist Chris yesterday. The children have loved learning about their STEM topic this term and couldn’t wait for their STEM ambassador to arrive. Oak and Sequoia class were fascinated by the formation of fossils and thoroughly enjoyed observing a range of beautiful rocks […]

¿ Quieres un poco de paella?

This week, Mulberry and Sycamore have been learning all about how to make a Fideuà. This is a seafood dish originally from the coast of Valencia that is similar to paella, but uses pasta noodles instead of rice. We filled our paellas with lots of scrumptious vegetables, and we perfected our claw and bridge grips […]

Year 4 rocked out in the Natural History Museum!

Yesterday, year 4 took on the Natural History Museum. Combining their topic of Iceland with their STEM topic of Geology, Oak and Sequoia came back erupting with knowledge! From dinosaurs and volcanoes to fossils, rocks and minerals STEM and Topic came to life. Seeing the dinosaurs was an added bonus and luckily year 4 all […]

Cubism Art In Year 5

Year 5 have been creating some artistic masterpieces based about the concept of ‘cubism’. They looked at a range of famous buildings in Spain and learnt to sketch them carefully like the artist Gaudi. Next, they focused on one section of the building to begin with and then learnt how to create perspective and make […]

Bevington goes STEM crazy!

Yesterday, the middle hall was converted into a STEM wonderland for the Autumn STEM Fair. Each group, had a display board displaying photographs from STEM lessons, pupils work and practical investigations that have been taking place n STEM lessons throughout the Autumn term. Each class then had a time slot to visit the fair and […]

Chocolate Heaven!

On Monday, pupils in Year 6 attended school with a wide variety of ingredients to make their dream chocolate bar. There was a wide array of ingredients from countless brands of chocolate and every flavour under the sun, sprinkles, cereal, mint, vanilla extract, marshmallows, biscuits and sweets galore. Each pupil spent time with Miss J […]

Home Learning soars at Bevington

Since September, we have been uploading pupils home learning on to our school website. The results thus far have been fantastic with the majority of pupils accessing the home learning tasks and bringing them into school. Each week we have been monitoring the amount of views each year group has been having on the website. […]

Girl Power!

On Friday evening, the Year 4 and 5 Girls Football team put in an unbelievable performance to win their first ever competitive football match by 10 goals to 3. The girls showed great skill, determination, team work and fair play in their performance and were aided by the impressive coaching skills of Mr Smith. Photos […]

Year 3 Imperial War Museum Trips

On Wednesday and Thursday year 3 went back in time to World War I and II on a visit to the Imperial War Museum. When we arrived at the museum we were greeted by the most enormous canon that almost blew us away! In the museum we found out lots more about our Topic WWII […]

Year 6 at Kew Gardens

What a wonderful experience both Year 6 classes had this week at Kew Gardens. The pupils got to experience what it feels like to be in the rainforest when they entered the Palm House. The humid temperature in here replicated what the climate is like in the rainforest and certainly helped to warm us up […]