The best of Bevington! Praise from local community partners

As you know Year 6 go to the Rhythm Studio every week as part of their music curriculum and they have emailed us this message which is fantastic. Well done Year 6!

“My colleague and I were meaning to email you last week but have only just been reminded when your students came in this afternoon!
We both work in Kensington and Chelsea College in reception and see your students come in every week as they are going up to the Rhythm Studio. We would just like to say how fantastic and polite every single student is. They all seem like such a happy bunch as they’re always smiling and waving whilst coming into the College, it really does make a positive impact on everyone!”
Thank you.

Best Regards,
Chloe Smyth
(Student Admissions and Customer Service Officer)

Parenting Programme open to all

We are always happy to help parents and support community projects so we are delighted to advertise a local parenting class run by one of our own parents.
All the information is attached below and is also on the screen, parent noticeboard and Twitter. We hope many of you will sign up and enjoy this time with other parents.


Bevington Bistro open for business

We had a fantastic turnout for the launch of the bistro last night and thanks again to the Mayor and Josh from Boom Burger for coming into help us make the event even more special. We will be reminding the children about healthy lifestyles and good table manners all the time from now on and we look forward to parents doing the same. If you would like any information to use at home please see Miss Rogers.
We are also looking forward to receiving the design a menu competition entries so please return them to your class teachers.




Cinema success!

Thank you to all the PTFA members and Mr Smith who worked so hard to make last night’s cinema evening so successful and thank you to all the families who attended. We made over £200 profit from the evening which will go towards school resources.



Book Fair

The book fair will be in school on Monday 28th November and finish on Thursday 1st December.

3.00pm-4.00pm  all children must be accompanied by an adult.

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Birch class assembly- Beat the bullies!

Thanks to all the parents who attended Birch class assembly today where we learnt a lot about how to beat bullies. The children had lots of different ideas about what to do and who might help you if you were in this situation and they finished off with a lovely rendition of a Bruno Mars song about friendship. We are working hard to make sure the children have every opportunity they need to tell an adult if they are worried about anything in school and have put up new post boxes around the building that they can use to write to us as well as tell us.

Don’t forget- Children in need day tomorrow

We will all be coming in our own clothes on Friday to raise money for the charity Children in Need. We are asking for a 50p donation from each child to go towards this good cause. In the afternoon we will all be spending time in our mixed groups getting to know children in other year groups better as part of our learning about the value of friendship to round off the week.

Black Poppy Rose- identity and community links

Thank you to the volunteers at Black Poppy Rose, who we met through our involvement with the Pepperpot Community Centre, for the work they did with our classes today. The explored the history of soldiers from different backgrounds during the war. They helped the children think about  where they lived, what their jobs entailed and how their efforts supported their Empire. They were all really informative sessions that caused us to reflect on our cultural identity and the sacrifices people have made to ensure the freedom of others today.



Never underestimate the importance of grammar

Thank you to all the parents who attended Mr Adams workshop this morning on the importance of grammar. There have been a number of changes the way we teach grammar in school recently and we are keen to make sure all parents are aware of these so that they can help at home and practice the grammatical rules with their children. We teach grammar formally throughout the school as the children are tested at the end of Year 2 and Year 6 on what they have learnt. For those parents unable to attend on this occasion please see the materials attached and please see Mr Adams if you would like any further information.





A furry friend for Key stage 1

Year 1 and 2 had a very special visitor this afternoon when a husky came to school as part of their arctic adventure topic. All of the children and some of the parents got the chance to pet Lexie the dog and ask questions about how she was cared for. They all really enjoyed the experience and hopefully she will be back again to visit soon. See our Twitter for more photos.