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Lily's Great Adventure

The staff at Beechwood Primary School express themselves through creativity for Children's Mental Health Awareness Week. 

Perhaps you'll see some familiar faces in this story created by children for children.


EEF supporting daily routines during school closures

Consistent routines can be a struggle at home with changes to our home working and schooling. Routines support behaviour and wellbeing. You will be finding a new rhythm for you and your family.
You could watch this video with your child and use it to talk about the days ahead and goals they might have. Praise them for the things they are already doing. How can they become more independent in planning their time?

A Guide to Uploading Work on Seesaw Year 2 to Year 6

Reception Group Distance Learning

In September 2020, all our classes returned to full-time education following the Covid-19 closure in March. Although we hope that the majority of our children will now have an uninterrupted experience, there is the possibility that an individual child, a class bubble, or indeed the whole school, will need to self-isolate for a period of time. We have therefore put in place a plan for remote learning so that all children can continue with their education. This meets the expectations set out in the DfE guidance  ‘Remote Education Support’ 


If a child does not have access to a computer/laptop and/or the internet, the school will do all it can to support children and will provide paper packs of learning. Where funding can be accessed, remote devices (e.g. laptops) and/or 4G connections will be sought, particularly for disadvantaged children.  Parents will be reminded to make the school aware of any barriers.

If your child is at home due to Self-Isolation or illness during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Situation here are some great websites which can help with home learning.

Staying Safe

Leeds Prevent - Online Safety Advice for Parents

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Speaking and Listening Introduction

Children learn a great deal from other people. As parents and carers you are your child’s first teachers. You have a powerful influence on your child’s early learning.

From a very early age your child will need to experience a wide range of activities and experiences with you to develop their early reading and writing skills, for example singing and saying rhymes, making and listening to music, listening to them and joining in conversations, painting and pretend play. These activities will help your child take the first important steps towards reading and writing.