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Walk to School Week

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There is a growing response to our ‘walking bus’ that has been organised this week in promotion of Walk to School Week 2019. Approximately 40 children and several adults joined staff in their daily exercise this morning as they walked from the Black Horse car park to school. Children are being encouraged to walk via class surveys and whole school assemblies. If you’d like to join us, please arrive at 8:15 for an 8:20 start. Of course, walking from your own home counts too. Many thanks to Mrs Carney and Miss Lorimer for organising this.

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4/4/19 The Great British Spring Clean

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On Wednesday, our Rights Respecting Ambassadors and several volunteers decided to clean up our local area and join in with the Great British Spring Clean. The Ambassadors presented their ideas in assembly, designed a presentation and poster, and took volunteers’ names to organise this event. Well done to all those involved. The huge pile of rubbish bagged in front of the school testifies to their hard work. 

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3/4/19 Fit and Healthy

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Congratulations to our Key Stage 2 children as a recent survey has shown that our pupils are again, healthier this year than children nationally. Bean Primary School achieved a score of 72% healthy compared to national figures of 66%. Well done to all and keep up the healthy lifestyle choices!

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Farmer Dell

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Our Reception class have been busy learning about growing vegetables this term. They have planted beans, peeled carrots and learnt what equipment is needed to harvest.  The children were very excited when Bean resident Paul Dell offered to bring his tractor along to school for the children to see.

Having named Paul ‘Farmer Dell’ the children asked lots of interesting questions and Paul shared his wealth of knowledge with the children.

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World Book Day 7th March

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Today pupils and staff dressed up as their favourite book characters, with a Mr Men theme amongst staff, to celebrate World Book Day. Children were very excited to discuss their character with each other and the costumes were extremely impressive! Mr Reilly celebrated the wonderful world of books during assembly and read a story about Miss Tickle (who of course was Mrs Carney) who caused havoc tickling everyone she met. All children were congratulated and teachers selected a child in each class with a stand-out homemade costume to receive a prize. Congratulations to all staff and pupils on this happy celebration!

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