Welcome to Beech Class
Hello! Welcome to Beech Class. Our class is taught by Miss Greenbank and we are helped in our learning by Mrs Hurley and Mrs Ramsey.
In Beech Class, we always work collaboratively with kindness and respect so that we can progress on our learning journey together. All of the other learning that occurs in the classroom is underpinned by the Hex 6Rs, which help us to become efficient and enthusiastic lifelong learners.
Homework for this term will follow the same timetable and format as last term – the Show Me Homework and Maths will be set once every two weeks with spellings being set every week. If you are wondering about when certain pieces are due and exactly what is being set then please check our Home-School Diaries. The Show Me homework will be based around one of many themes, these are the 6Rs, the weather and ways that we can monitor it, the seasons, places that are special to us, animals, animal habitats, Easter and finally a very exciting surprise that is coming to Beech Class this term! It is very important that all homework is completed as the topics and tasks being set will help prepare us for our end of year assessments. It is also expected that on top of the homework set by Miss Greenbank that we are either read with or read to during the week and that this reading is recorded in our reading records. Miss Greenbank doesn’t mind what we read or who we read to – it could be a recipe while an adult is cooking! However, it is the fluency and comprehension practice that is most important.
During lesson time, we will also be learning about and focusing on many of the areas listed above so we will be able to tell you all about our exciting learning during homework time!
Our P.E. lessons happen on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. It is very important that we have our P.E. bags in school for these lessons. In our P.E. bags we should have a white t-shirt, navy shorts or tracksuit bottoms, a spare pair of socks and trainers. We can wear our school jumpers for outdoor P.E but if it is cold we can bring a zip-up hoody to wear instead. Girls need to make sure that long hair is tied back and any earrings are either taken out or taped up.
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