Get in touch with your child's learning
It might sound simple but by attending parents evenings, reading with your child and encouraging them to complete their homework, you are making a huge difference to your child's learning attainment, confidence and progress.
Your child's class teacher is always available to help with any concerns you have and will offer advice of further tasks or strategies you can do to help your child. If you would like to chat to your child's teacher, approach them at the end of the school day or via the school office to arrange an appointment.
Communication is the key! If you have any worries or are aware of any issues that may impact on your child, please let us know.
We are always looking for parent helpers to get involved in school life. From reading with children to helping out in our Nursery, or even helping at an after school club, there is something for everyone. If you are interested in becoming a regular volunteer in school contact
Clare Hurren, Home School Liaison Manager to see how we can work together.
If you are worried that you can not commit to a regular time but have a skill or knowledge that you would like to share, then please speak to your child's class teacher or Clare Hurren.
For most school trips we rely on parent helpers to support us, we will try to be fair and ensure that each parent that expresses an interest is offered an opportunity to take part. There are often only limited spaces on the coach, therefore can not take everyone every time.
FOBS (Friends of The Beeches School)
FOBS are a group of parents and staff of The Beeches Primary School that get together to raise money and take on projects that will support and benefit the pupils that attend our school.
If you would like to get involved, please visit the link below.