We had a delicious start to the Chinese New Year thanks to Victoria and the team from AIP. The noodles were astounding and you cannot go wrong with sweet and sour. We are now a dab hand with the chop sticks. Delicious !
Year 1 and 2 have been studying transport as part of their topic this term and were delighted to go to the London Transport Museum to see the history behind how London keeps its buses and trains running so regularly. We love all that kind of logistical stuff so we were in our element.
We don’t care about the time of year or the weather because we love the opportunity to exercise and compete here at Bevington. The Sports Hall Athletics competition is no exception. We really enjoy seeing the other teams and taking part. And it keeps us in trim ready for spring and summer. Indoors or outdoors we are there.
We always love it when the smoothie bike comes to Bevington as we love a fruity treat. We see even George Clarke has got in on the act riding one on Amazing Spaces. We always knew we were trend setters here at Bevington.
We were treated to the melancholy sound of the bagpipes at Bevington this week and no it was nothing like when Ross played them on Friends! We can see now a beautiful and stirring instrument they are. No wonder the Scots fought so hard to keep them.
As we all know there are some amazing benefits to being on line but it is also very important to stay safe at all times. We had a very informative assembly from the police this week which made us think about what we search and who we talk to. We are sure all our parents are keeping tabs on their children’s on line life but it never hurts to check.
We are very proud of the letter we received this week from Schools Ministers Damian Hinds and Nick Gibb. They wrote to congratulate the Bevington community on its outstanding achievement this past year. Our results place us in the top 3% in the country. Thank you to everyone for making this happen, we think you’re all great. Top 2% next year then?
Well done to our School of Pop who took part in a once in a lifetime opportunity, singing with 8,800 other children at the incredible O2 Arena. The concert was incredible, and the parents who attended said it a memorable evening. Thanks to Miss Faiers for organising.
Thanks to our friend Fergus who brought his bagpipes to school this morning and gave everyone a rousing start to the day! Parents and children felt like they were on the Royal Mile on their way into school. Apologies to our neighbours for your 8:45am alarm, but hopefully you enjoyed it nonetheless!