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Pancake Day!


With Shrove Tuesday falling during half term we will be serving Pancakes on Thursday 8th February!


A Muddy Walk


We went out for a walk today and had great fun running on the field, walking through the woods looking for bears and splashing in a big puddle. Luckily we had our muddy puddles on and welly boots so we could get n​ice and muddy!


People Who Help Us


This term in Nursery, we are learning all about 'People who Help us.' This week we have been learning  about Superheroes and what they do to help us. Someone naughty had frozen our toys in ice and we had to use our powers to try and melt it!

We have been practicing our fine motor scissor cutting skills by making our own Superheroes and cutting out 2D​ shapes.

Our role play area this term inside is a Doctors Surgery and the children have been really enjoying this. There have been lots of Doctors looking after all their patients, giving them injections, medicine and bandaging their broken arms! Outside we have a garage where the children can fix their bikes, buy some petrol and put their vehicles through a car wash! We have observed some lovely conversations through role play and the children have really enjoyed getting involved in this. 

During the term we will be learning more about Firefighters, Police Officers, Vets, Nurses, Doctors and those who help us at school. We are very lucky that on Friday we have a librarian visiting us to read a story and tell us all about what they do.







Breakfast Club & After School Clubs!



Flip Out!


On Friday 15th December a lucky group of 8 children were taken to Flip Out as a reward for their fantastic contribution towards PE and school sport in Term 2.

One boy and girl were chosen from each year group as the 'Top Performers' this term, showing great resilience, attitude and application to every lesson.


Well done to everyone on another tremendous term of PE at Beaver Green.

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Beaver Green Book Fair!


Last week the library ran, with the invaluable help of Mrs Waller and my junior librarians, our annual Christmas book fair.  The book fair was very well attended which is fantastic as the school directly benefits from the book sales.  After consultation with the children we decided that £800 seemed a fair target amount to make. 

It is with much joy that I am proud to report that our book fair this year made a staggering £1000.20.​ I am truly amazed and was actually left speechless.  The support that you as parents, grandparents, guardians etc has been humbling and on behalf of the children, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.  I really hope the children enjoy their new books.

Mr Britnell, Librarian



Festive Dates



Sport Award



At the Sportshall Athletics event at the Stour Centre on Thursday 23rd November, we were awarded our gold plaque after achieving GOLD in our School Games Mark last year.

This a great sign of the progress we are making in all areas of school sport and highlights the tremendous efforts from all of the children that represented the school at competitions throughout the year.

Here is a picture of 2 of our Sports Stars, Harrison and Ruby holding the gold plaque.

Well done to everyone at Beaver Green on this fantastic achievement. Let's do our best to repeat this achievement this year! 

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Sportshall Athletics


On Thursday 23rd November we took a team of 18 children to compete in the Sportshall Athletics event at the Stour Centre. The event involves all the schools from the Ashford District and is one of the biggest events nationally.

We had a team of 9 boys and girls from years 5 and 6, with all 18 children taking part in 2 track and 2 field events, giving them the opportunity to showcase their talents in front of the hundreds in attendance.
After finishing 18th last year we were keen to break into the top 15 schools and the children didn't disappoint, performing exceptionally well to finish in the top 10 with an 8th place finish.

It was another fantastic event and the children showed their pride in representing the school with their tremendous efforts throughout day. Well done to you all!

That's it for competitions this year, but look out for news on all 4 of our competitions in January.


Beaver Green had some important visitors today!


Beaver Green was delighted to welcome the First Secretary of State, Damian Green MP, to the school to celebrate our recent ‘Good’ Ofsted judgement.  He was grilled by the school council who had some very tricky questions for him.  Damian gave some very good answers which we’re sure will have sparked some new political careers amongst the children! 

Damian was joined on his tour of our fantastic school by George Jessel who is the High Sheriff of Kent, Jon Whitcombe, our Trust CEO and Mike Wilson, Director of Primaries.  Beaver Green was very highly complimented and the school did a fabulous job of showing off our very best! 

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Remembrance Assembly


On Friday we, as a school, shared in the act of remembrance by having our very own Remembrance Assembly. Year 6 have just spent a term learning about the Second World War on the home front and the larger world wide conflict so we asked them to think on this within the context of remembrance and come up with some poems that could be read out in assembly. The work they produced was thought provoking and moving.

At the start of the assembly we had 3 wreaths brought down to the front of the hall and laid onto stands representing the Army, Navy and Air Force. This was then followed by 10 of our year 6 children standing in pairs to read their chosen poems out, the poems were backed onto red paper with poppies on so as each pair stood it represented the poppies that grew in the fields. The assembly was rounded off at 11 o'clock when we observed a 2 minute silence.

We would also like to thank you for all the support with the Poppy Appeal we raised a grand total of £289.98.




Congratulations to 1HB, 2SK, 3LG and 6MM for reaching over 97% class attendance for the week.

Beaver Green Attendence


Facebook for Beaver Green Primary School!


This is our official Beaver Green Facebook page! Please like and share :-) Thank you.

The link:

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Flip Out!


On Friday a lucky group of children were taken to 'Flip Out', which is a new Trampoline Park in Ashford.  The 8 children had a fantastic time leaping around in the world of wall-to-wall trampolines, foam pits and there's even a ninja warrior course to explore!  The children were chosen because they've been identified as 'Term 1 top performers in P.E'.  This will be repeated every term with Mr Scorer choosing one boy and one girl from each KS2 year group.  To be in with a chance of being chosen for this amazing reward you need to show resilience, perseverance and excellent sportsmanship during your P.E. sessions at school.  

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Can we remind all parents that if your child is going to be absent from school, the procedure is to contact the school by 9am on each day of absence on the school number 01233 621989 and option 1 for attendance.

Attendance at Beaver Green



Pumpkin Carving Competition


Thank you to everyone who participated in the Pumpkin Carving Competition!

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We had a variety of carved pumpkins and they were all so imaginative which made the reception area look very Spooktacular!

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It was a very hard decision narrowing it down to just 3 winners as they all looked great! However, the winners are...

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Jamie B in Year 2, Lexie B in year 4 & Alfie L in year 5! 


A big well done to everyone who took part!



Walk to School Challenge!


Congratulations to 1JS! Winners to our first Walk to School Challenge Day. 


 1JS were the class with the most children walking to school on Wednesday 4th October.  The children received a child voucher for Revolution Skatepark.  We will continue to take park in in the Walking Bug Scheme throughout the year with more Challenge Days ahead, keep up the Walking!


Thank you for your continued support!






Cressida Cowell


So on Thursday evening Mr Britnell went to a very special ticket only event in Canterbury to meet Cressida Cowell (famous author of the "How to Train Your Dragon" ​series). It was a wonderful event where we got to sit and talk with the author as she described her inspiration for writing, her love of magical stories as well as giving us a special preview of her brand new book, The Wizards of Once. 

Needless to say Mr Britnell had to immediately buy our school a copy as well as getting it signed by the author. Then, with temptation to much to resist, jump in and grab a quick selfie with Cressida. The Wizard of Once, coming to a bookshelf near you... soon!



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Royal National Lifeboat Institution


On Tuesday 14th September, Gerry from the RNLI spent time with year 2 and taught us all about how to keep safe at sea. Gerry, who is a volunteer, spoke to us about the role of the RNLI and how many lives are saved at sea each year by them. We loved having Gerry visit us.