Beaford Community

Primary and Nursery School

Beaford, Winkleigh, Devon EX19 8LJ

01805 603263

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Latest School Events

Sharing Assembly22Mar2019

2:45 pm - 3:30 pm

Hedgehogs Parent Meetings26Mar2019

1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Easter Holiday08Apr2019

12:00 am - 22 apr, 11:00 pm

Pentecost Day at Beaford Church24May2019

Arts Week03Jun2019

Sports Day and Summer Fayre14Jun2019

1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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Latest News

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

Space Odyssey 

All children in the school enjoyed the visiting   planetarium where they explored our solar system. 

Devon Air Ambulance

Thank you to Devon Air Ambulance volunteers Marilyn and Alan who led a very informative assembly for the school today. One year 4 said afterwards 'I learnt lots! I learnt that in an emergency like breaking a leg near a cliff the air ambulance would get there much quicker than a land ambulance'.

Day and Night

Otters have made models to represent day and night.  They used motors to make the Earth rotate.

Chinese New Year

Children have been learning about Chinese New Year including making masks and tasting noodles.

Immersion Week

Children have enjoyed learning about Robots and Rockets this week.

Science Workshop

Thank you to Wonderstruck who provided a science workshop making speakers out of 'junk' and testing how well they worked. 

Spaghetti Challenge

Children in Owls have enjoyed taking part in the STEM spaghetti challenge

Remembrance Service

The children took part in a remembrance service at Beaford Church.  They made a felt picture that includes a poppy made by each child in the school. Thank you to the 'Crafty Ladies' of Roborough who designed and made the artwork with the children.

Football and Netball

Well done to the children who took part in football and netball matches against Langtree Primary School. We look forward to playing the another school in the local league next term

Poppy Making

We started making poppies for our community artwork to commemorate the Centenary of WW1.

The Big Bang 

Home Learning 

Owls: Think about the structure and arrangement of our class composition - if you were going to structure it, what would you do? Write down the order and think about if they would be anything you would add.

Otters:   Write about the planetarium that came to visit. You could write about it as a newspaper report, a diary entry, a leaflet, or something different.

Hedgehogs:  Find and share a poem with someone at home to celebrate World Poetry Day.

Reception: No new sounds this week. Tricky words- was, they, are, says

Learning

Owls:

  • Structured a composition in music to incorporate everyone's additions
  • Planned a myth in literacy
  • Learnt how to multiply fractions

Otters: 

  • Understood how fractions can be equivalent
  • Planned and wrote newspaper reports about the moon landing in 1969
  • Continued to develop skills in Basketball such as techniques for scoring goals

Hedgehogs: 

  • Shared and grouped numbers for division
  • Looked at arrays and how they can show multiplication and repeated addition
  • Wrote instructions for how to make a wigglebot

 Ladybirds:

    • Sequenced numbers to 20
    • Created robots using 2D shapes
    • Ordered photos and practised giving instructions for making space food