I like "Dance club", I enjoy it and it makes me feel fantastic about myself!
Playtimes are fun because you get to meet new friends.
We have playground leaders who we can play with as well as interacting with the younger infant children too.
We like Numeracy because I like a challenge!
We like Numeracy because I like a challenge!
Assemblies are ace because you can be proud of others!
Everyone gets together and we share our great work. We also have a theme of the week so we can concentrate on one thing.
I love the playground, it's vast, an immense space to play!
I like topic work because I learn lots of new things about the past!
When we work in groups, it gives us lots of ideas and more information to use.
Assemblies are awesome because when you get a certificate you get congratulated!
We get awarded with certificates, I feel proud of myself!
I like playing outside with my friends; we play on the stage and the tangle tree. We have lots of fun.
You playground is big for chasing games and the Willow dome is good for playing house.
Everyone gets together and we share our great work. We also have a theme of the week so we can concentrate on one thing.

                                                                

I’m Jo Haywood, the Family Liaison Officer here at Beech St Primary School. My role is to support parents and carers to ensure their children can learn positively and flourish during their time at Beech St.

 

I liaise with all school staff and always in the best interest of the children. As part of the Safeguarding team, I work closely with outside agencies to support you and your child offering a confidential service to families at times when they may have changes in their lives or just need a bit of extra support. I’m here to listen and care and having access to an extensive range of information, I am able to signpost parents to a variety of services which may help.

 

Some examples of this support are:
 

        Attendance
        Friendship concerns
        Transition to High School
        Family circumstances affecting your child
        Housing
        Medical/Health concerns
        Simply put, a ‘listening ear’

 

I work to encourage parental involvement within school, by organising workshops or coffee afternoons, this gives parents the opportunity to share school life with their child and meet other parents.

 

I am available for informal chats in the playground, appointments, and if needed home visits, so please feel free to come up and say hello.

 

 

 

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