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The Beeches Primary School

    Reception - Week 5

    Bank Holiday Friday

    Celebrate VE Day by completing some fun activities at home. 

    Daily Lessons

    Click the links every day. These are being updated by your teacher to make sure you have a different daily activity. Record your answers in your blue book or on paper. If you require a new book, please ask your parent/carer to collect one from the hall fire exit door. Remember, fill out the online form in the lesson so that your teachers know you have been completing the work. They are checking every day.

    Completing work at home is very important. However, it is equally important to get plenty of rest and sleep. Please only complete work between 8am and 6pm. Take plenty on breaks, drink lots of water and get lots of rest. 

    Missed a lesson? 

    Go back to previous lessons. You can redo lessons you struggled with, or challenge yourself to complete quizzes and challenges to get a better score. 

    Music & Exercise

    Music can be a excellent way of keeping jolly when times are stressful or boring. Use these lessons created by our teachers to lift your spirits 

    Daily exercise helps to keep the mind and body strong and healthy. Mr Butcher has created you these lessons to keep you active. 

    Art & Whole School Literacy


    Author of the Week

    Outdoor Learning

    Keeping fit and active is very important. Remember that when playing in the garden or taking short periods of exercise with your parent/carer, you should keep 2 metres apart. 

    Song of the day

    Go to this link and enjoy a song a day to lift your spirits.

    NHS Competition

    E Safety

    Staying Safe online is very important in these challenging times. Use these videos and posters to help you.


    Feeling worried, anxious or need to talk? Call 

    NSPCC 08088005000

    Child Line 08001111

    Or use The Whisper Button.

    FOR PARENTS - If you have any safeguarding concerns, email

    Message from Mr Smith - Week 4

    Message from Mr Smith - Week 3