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Beech - Yr 5 / 6 - Miss Drew

Welcome to Beech!

A very warm welcome to the Beech Class page!


Teaching Team


Beech class is taught by Miss Drew with Mrs Lee stepping in on a Thursday. Our fantastic teaching assistant is Mrs Cappellina.


Useful information


PE will be on a Monday afternoon and the children are expected to have their PE kits in school. We will also be going swimming every Wednesday morning and the children will need to bring a swimming kit and girls must wear a swimming hat.


The children will be set learning logs every two weeks, this a chance for children to explore their creativity and further their learning at home. We also encourage the children to read, practise times tables and make use of purple mash to help with their learning. We have introduced a Pokémon reading challenge this year to encourage the children to maximise their reading at home. Will they become a reading master this year?


Our team are always here if you have any questions about anything Beech!




In English, this half term we are focusing our writing development around the fantastic book ‘The Egyptian Cinderella’.

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Learning Journey


Our learning Journey topic this half term is Ancient Egypt. We have lots of fantastic areas to learn about that cover geography, history, music, D.T., Art… the list goes on and on!


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The children will be using scratch to create, code and test games this half term. Check back here for links to what the children create!



This half term the children will be working towards composing a piece of Egyptian ceremonial music. We are using this piece as inspiration.

Egyptian Ceremonial Music

SATs Information


The year 6 children in Beech will be working towards their SATs tests this year. Here we can offer useful websites that can enrich the children’s learning at home.


BBC bitesize is a fantastic website that helps children brush up on their knowledge: