End of Autumn 1 Half Term Celebration Assembly28-10-2016 | 16:10:33 | No Comments

We had a lovely celebration assembly with each year group sharing a part of their learning that they had particularly enjoyed over the half term.
Year 1 told us all about Guy Fawkes confidently reading the words they had prepared. Screen Shot 2016-10-28 at 16.50.16
Year 2 shared some facts from the Great Fire of London as well as their artwork depicting buildings in the fire.
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Year 3 performed some ballet moves that they had learnt during their lessons with the Royal Ballet School.
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Year 4 shared some facts about the Romans and showed us the aqueducts that they had been making.  They also read a ballad which had been written based on Robin Hood.
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Year 5 performed a very well coordinated traditional British Morris Dance.
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Year 6 showed a powerpoint which they had made entitled ” The Magical Adventures of Year 6″ in which they described their residential visit to Water Park, their visit to see ‘The Poetry Bloke’ at Moor Park library, their day with the climbing wall as well as their visit from a Buddist Monk!
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It has certainly been a very busy half term which has culminated in our wonderful scarecrow festival.  We are looking forward to welcoming you all back to school after the half term holidays.

Scarecrow Festival28-10-2016 | 09:22:27 | 1 Comment

Well done to all our entries for this years Scarecrow Festival. Classes have been voting for their favourite. Which is your favourite?

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BEPS Sports News – Football27-10-2016 | 20:52:12 | No Comments

Our girls will play Hawes Side Academy at BEPS on Friday 11th November in their last game of the Autumn Cup whilst the boys face Boundary (again at BEPS) with a date to be confirmed. Keep an eye out for match updates on the BEPS Sports News Blog at bepssports.primaryblogger.co.uk Screen Shot 2016-10-27 at 21.51.36

Scarecrow Festival 28th October 201618-10-2016 | 19:19:13 | No Comments


On Friday 28th October we are holding the BEPS Scarecrow Festival 2016.

The Eco Council have challenged every class in school to make their own scarecrow. The theme of the Scarecrow Festival this year is British Sporting heroes.

Classes are busy making their scarecrows this week.

The children will be visiting the Scarecrow Festival, on the school nature trail, with their classes throughout the day after which they will vote for their favourite.

The Eco Council would like to invite all parents and carers to view the scarecrows after school, on Friday 28th October,  from 3.00-3.45pm.



Board games day18-10-2016 | 18:28:14 | No Comments

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On Friday 30th September the infant children took part in a board games day. The children played various traditional board games throughout the day including draughts, Monopoly and Ludo. The children demonstrated good problem solving and reasoning skills during the games. The children then designed and made their very own board game.



Football Week beginning 17th October13-10-2016 | 20:27:45 | No Comments

A busy week for football at BEPS this week. The girls train on Monday night and then travel to Unity on Wednesday in their 2nd game of the season. Good luck girls.

No boys training on Thursday; however the boys selected will travel to St Nicholas (down the road from Our Lady) in their 2nd round Cup game. Parents are invited to come and watch and collect their child from St Nicholas – just make sure it is indicated on the reply slip. Good luck boys!

Go Team BE!

Outdoor Perimeter13-10-2016 | 11:38:47 | No Comments

This morning, Year 3 have been measuring polygons in the playground. We used metre rulers and trundle wheels to work out the perimeter of the MUGA, benches and other shapes. We measured the length and width of shapes and the added them together to work out the perimeter.

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Google Expeditions10-10-2016 | 21:01:58 | 1 Comment

The Great Barrier Reef.

The Statue of Liberty.

The depths of the oceans.

The human body.

The Moon.

These are just a few of the places that our children have visited today thanks to Google Expeditions. Alex, from Google came into school to give all children in KS2 the opportunity to go on a virtual field trip. BEPS staff led the sessions, which have been based on their topic work in class, so children could understand their work better. For example, Year 5 got to visit the surface of the moon and see Neil Armstrong collecting moon rocks for research. Students wore headsets, asked some excellent questions and thoroughly enjoyed their experience.  Why did you enjoy it? Please leave a comment below. P1030422 P1030421 P1030426 P1030428

Google Expeditions is a free app, which can be used at home. Click here to see more information about Google Expeditions.

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