We took our Year 5 and 6 children on fantastic free trip to London.
The children helped to make this display about Christianity.
We are so lucky at Beech Hill to have so much open space.
Gardening Club have worked so hard over the years to develop our outdoor space.
Here is our poly tunnel and the boxes the children use for planting at Gardening Club.
Our nature garden is perfect for exploring in the summer.
A lovely sunny morning in our Early Years area.
It's June and sunshine returns to our nature garden.
There are natural materials to enjoy in this part of our Early Years area.
These children also voted for who should be members of our Eco Committee, who help to look after our school grounds.
Here we place photos from events in our local community.
We teach our children the importance of respecting British values.
We update our attendance track each Monday. The classes with the best attendance move further along the track. The class who wins the attendance race each half term is rewarded with a pizza and DVD afternoon.
The children helped to make this display about Islam.
Our free after school club, Kangaroo Club, is open until 5 o'clock.
The booklets on display on these boards are also sent home to parents.
Our free Breakfast Club opens at 8:15.
We have been recognised by the LPPA for our work with parents.
Classes display information about their curriculum.
The children learned about Chinese New Year.
The Community Garden shows children how nature changes over the winter months.
The cast of our Christmas Panto.
Walkway through the Community Garden.
Community Garden, Connor's Happy Hideout (outdoor classroom).
Entrance to 'Billy Blight's Community Garden'.
Connor's Happy Hideout at sunrise.
Teachers learning too; hard at work in our Professional Development suite.
Children can see the leaves changing colour and falling in our Community Garden.
Our Community Garden in the lovely Autumn sunshine.
Beautiful Autumn colours are starting to appear around our school.
Mrs Nelson-Taylor, Mrs Morren and the children outside of Westminster Abbey getting ready to present our Harvest Basket.
Our display boards celebrate different religions, such as Judaism.
Each class elects two school council members.
Picnic areas in the Community Garden.
Our Year 6 boys enjoying the sunshine, sporting our new uniform.
Year 5 children enjoying books in our library.
Our Reception children enjoying space hoppers, bikes and the climbing frame.