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Kids and parents enjoyed the Science fun at Beaumont last night. It was great to work with the staff, children and parents from Beaumont and Gilnow school as part of our parent partnership. Thanks so much to all those involved in helping children to enjoy and engage in Science.
On Saturday we held our first ever family camp at school! The weather stayed sunny and we all had a brilliant time!
We had a delicious BBQ, yum yum….
We played on the water slide and had a fabulous camp fire!
Eventually we snuggled up in our sleeping bags and went to sleep!
We can’t wait for the next one!
Well done to the Tawny owls who were the overall winners at sports day. All teams were amazing with regards to sportsmanship and behaviour, but on the day but they were just “pipped to the post”
Well done to all of Key Stage 1 who took part in sports day. We all had lots of fun and even the sun came out to play!
A whizz with a skipping rope!
Concentration needed with a hockey stick.
Over the hurdles in the obstacle race for Reception.
The egg and spoon race for Year 1.
Bags of fun in the sack race…
On Thursday ten of our Y5 pupils attended the Sports Festival at Bolton School. We took part in twelve events and had a fantastic time. The children worked brilliantly as a team.
James excelled at the beanbag throw!
Holly smashed it in the giant egg and spoon!
Isabella performed fantastically in the hockey weave! We placed first for participation. Well done everyone!
Jasmine and Ava took Evie and Marvin out for some exercise and a snack at lunchtime today. They had lots of fun although I think the goats were walking the girls instead of the girls walking the goats!