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Beech Class

Welcome to Beech Class! 



Your Teacher is Mrs Rehman

Our Teaching Assistants are Mrs Moosa, Mrs Hough and Mrs Ilyas

Our Special Support Assistant is Mrs Patel


PE Days

Our PE days are Tuesday and Thursday.

Children need to come to school in their PE kits.

They will also need non-black soled trainers for their PE days.



Homework is based on what children have been learning in school.  Homework will be sent home on a Friday and will be expected back in school on a Monday. Children will be awarded dojo points for completing their homework.



All children are expected to READ TO AN ADULT at least THREE TIMES A WEEK.

This is imperative if we are to help our children build their reading comprehension and reading stamina in general.


We encourage the children to keep up with their reading at home and this will be monitored so that the children can then win their Reading Badges.  Most children have received their bronze award and are well on their way to receiving their silver award, please keep it up.


Class Information - Summer Term

We are working extremely hard in class to keep all children on track to  ensure they make progress with their learning.


Our Summer term topic this half term is "How Does Your Garden Grow?.'' This topic has a strong Science focus.  The children will be looking at how plants grow and learning about the structure of common plants.  Moving on to watching seeds and bubs grow and how to recognise and name common wild and garden plants.  Linking to this they will be looking at the work of the famous artist Van Gough and his painting of Sunflowers.  The children will experiment with different brush sizes and painting techniques to create their own version of Sunflowers. In Geography the children will be gaining knowledge of the school grounds and its human and physical features.


If you have any questions or concerns then please do not hesitate to contact me through Class Dojo or at the end of the school day. I am always happy to help in any way that I can.