Resource Base - Beehive Class

Welcome to our Beehive Class Page.

 

Our Curriculum 2017-2018

Term 3
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Fantasy – Dungeons and Dragons!

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Term 1 – Change
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Our Teachers are:

Mrs Penfold

Miss Taylor

Our Teaching Assistants are:

Miss Russell

Mrs Bain

Mrs Walton

Mrs Ryan

Miss Attree

Miss Lewis

 

Last year this is what we learnt about:

Other Classes

Beehive News

Teacher & TA recruitment open evening

Teacher & TA recruitment open evening

We are currently recruiting for Early Years and class teachers, and are holding a recruitment open evening on Thursday 31st January 2019 for anyone who is interested in finding out more about working for The Mead Academy Trust. You can come along for a tour of the...

Consultation on Admissions Arrangements 2020-2021, River Mead School

Consultation on Admissions Arrangements 2020-2021, River Mead School

The Trustees of The Mead Academy Trust are consulting on the proposed Admission to Reception class for River Mead School, 2020-2021, as determined by the School Admissions Code and The School Admissions (Admission Arrangements and Co-ordination of Admission...

Christmas Performances

Click on the link below to see details of when are taking place - Christmas Performances    

Open Sessions at River Mead Nursery

Come and visit us on one of our Open Sessions at River Mead School.  Click below to see the dates coming up before Christmas. Open Session Dates  

Y2 & Y6 teachers join Trust colleagues for Lesson Study week

Y2 & Y6 teachers join Trust colleagues for Lesson Study week

Lesson Study involves groups of teachers collaboratively planning, teaching, observing and analysing learning and teaching in ‘research lessons’. They record their findings and over a cycle of research lessons they may innovate or refine a pedagogical approach that...

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