Called to Action!

On Thursday, the Prep School were delighted to welcome Maureen Birkett from CAFOD, who came to spend the morning helping us to launch our activities for our Sacred Heart Goal for this year

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Forest School

On Wednesday Reception took part in Forest School at Beechwood. We began by paddocking up and trekking down to the outdoor classroom.

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Christmas in the Prep School

The Prep School have been preparing for Christmas during Advent by thinking abut our journey during December leading towards the celebration of the birth of Jesus on Christmas Day.

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Where's Rudolph?

Reception had a great day at the Reindeer Farm on Friday. The children met many animals including, rabbits, donkeys, goats and chickens.

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Observing at Greenwich!

On Wednesday, Year 5 visited the Royal Observatory in Greenwich.                       

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Superheroes

The Prep School was taken over by Superheroes last week in support of Children in Need. 



Early Years Children Out and About

Scoot Around and Forest School
On Friday, Reception wrapped themselves up and scooted down to Dunorlan Park to take part in a sponsored Scoot around the Lake to raise money for Nepal.

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Drusillas!

On Thursday Year 6 spend the day at Drusillas. As well as collecting stamps for spotting animals, we had two very informative talks on classification and how animals are adapted to their habitats.

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Harvest Thank You

Thank you very much for all the very generous contributions kindly given by parents and pupils for our annual Harvest Mass which took place on Friday 24 October.

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Bushcraft Club Camp

The end of the first season of Bushcraft Club at Beechwood ended last weekend with a double Campover in the school woods for our daring pupils who love everything about the outdoors. On Friday it was the turn of the Senior School students who braved the elements to sleep under basic shelter whilst on Saturday fourteen keen Prep children had their go. As well as singing lively traditional camp-fire songs and enjoying burgers, beans, hot-dogs and bannock (home-made quick flat-bread), new skill of water-heating (using a Kelly Kettle), kit-arranging, braving bugs, identifying some star constellations and finding the way by torchlight were also taken on board too. Bushcraft Club will return in early summer next year for more intrepid adventures!