Beaford Community

Primary and Nursery School

Beaford, Winkleigh, Devon EX19 8LJ

01805 603263

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Latest School Events

Nursery Open Week11Dec2017

Children's Christmas Lunch13Dec2017

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Christmas Holiday - Children return Wednesday 3rd January18Dec2017

Netball Tournament15Jan2018

Reception - measuring and weighing29Jan2018

9:00 am - 10:00 am

Tag Rugby Festival07Feb2018

Bags to School Collection06Mar2018

9:00 am - 10:00 am

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Latest News

For the latest photographs please look at our Picture Gallery page.

Christmas Presentation

Well done to all the children for their part in The Stick Man. Thank you to parents for supporting this event.  

Operation Encompass

The school is part of this joint project with Devon and Cornwall police.  Operation Encompass is the early reporting on to schools that a child or young person has been exposed to domestic abuse.  This goes live on the 27th November. 

Donations

The school has received two kind donations from The Beaford Village Autumn show and the Angela Gallagher Memorial fund.  The £350 received will be used to purchase new gardening equipment.  

Children In Need

Thank you to everyone for supporting this.  A fantastic £268 has been raised.  The cake competition was won by William and Maya won the sweets in the jar.

Multiskills

Children in Hedgehogs enjoyed the multiskills at GTS.

Big Bang

Children in Owls enjoyed visiting GTS for The Big Bang where they took part in workshops to engage children in Science, Technology,  Engineering and Maths.

Torrington Food Bank

We are collecting donations of dried and tinned food for The Torrington Food Bank who provide a basic food parcel for people who need emergency help due to sickness, homelessness, benefit cuts or delays. Please bring into school next week.

Fire Safety

Children in Hedgehogs and Owls enjoyed their safety talk from the fire service.

Monsters and Mysteries

This term's learning theme is monsters and mysteries.  For pictures of the children's work please look at the picture gallery.

Home Learning 

Owls: Imagine the scene when Stickman finally arrives home.  Can you create another section of the story – try to follow a similar pattern to the original story. 

Otters: Complete the Christmas wordsearch which is in home learning books

Hedgehogs: Year 1 sound of the week ‘ou’ – cloud, found, around, sound.  Year 2 spellings – beautiful, where, were.

Learning

Owls: 

  • Played a netball tournament
  • Printed on paper to create Stick Man art
  • Learnt to sing different parts within a song

Otters:

  • Learnt our words and dance for the Christmas presentation
  • Continued to sew our monster puppets

  Hedgehogs:

      • Made a stick man and wrote questions and exclamations
      • Looked at patters and symmetry in shapes and colours
      • Learnt a stick man dance

      Ladybirds:

      • Made toys and presents in our Christmas Workshop
      • Wrote letters to Father Christmas

      Book Track

      20 Books - Esmae, Zoe

      40 Books - Maya

      50 - Oliver