Entries by Stephen Smith

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 […]

Year 6 on Tour!

Next week, Year 6 have a busy week of learning both in and out of the classroom. As part of their topic ‘Rainforests’, both Year 6 classes will be attending Kew Gardens to explore more about the flora that exists within a rainforest. The pupils will explore the Palm House, Treetop Walkway and Temperate House […]

What a wonderful turnout!

Thank you to everyone who attended parents evening yesterday afternoon and evening. The turn out was incredible and so nice to provide feedback and targets to further help your child. If you were unable to attend then please arrange a time with your child’s class teacher in the coming week. Thank you once again and […]

Year 3 evacuated to the countryside!

Year 3 came to school dressed as evacuees as part of their World War 2 topic. During the day, year 3 had to march to times tables, do SPAG using chalk and write letters home as if they had been evacuated from London. Year 3 learnt all about rationing during the war, as well as […]

Mind Up at Bevington

We are incredibly proud to say that we are a Mind Up School and that we have really been enjoying adopting a Mind Up approach to all we do at Bevington. Mind Up is a charity that was created by the well-known actress Goldie Hawn back in 2001. Since then the organisation has helped millions […]

Exploring the delights of Ladbroke Grove

Year 1 had a brilliant time last week on their trip exploring the local area. As part of their new Geography topic both classes walked around Ladbroke Grove to familiarise themselves with the features and landmarks they had seen previously on the map. The children had a great time smelling the chips from George’s, seeing […]

Fun, laughter and limited sleep on school journey!

31 Year 6 pupils and 3 members of staff had a fantastic weekend away on school journey at the Kingswood activity centre in Ashford, Kent. The pupils spent the weekend participating in a wide range of amazing activities, such as: laser quest, archery, climbing, 3G swing, zipwire, nightline and many more. The pupils had to […]

Year 1’s got rhythm!

Cherry and Hawthorn class have had an amazing few weeks learning all about djembe drumming and finished off their topic with a brilliant performance of their skills. All children joined in playing the drums using their skills to make different sounds and play different rhythm patterns. The halls of Bevington have never sounded so vibrant […]

The ancient art of mummification

Both Year 6 classes (Rowan and Maple) undertook the ancient Egyptian process of mummification last week, when each child mummified a tomato and as a class a fish. The pupils were very excited to get to see the internal organs of a fish before rubbing it in salt and then stuffing it with sand. They […]