Capture the Flag Festival
Willow class attended the Capture the Flag Festival at Debden Park on Friday 5th October, as you can see great fun was had by all!
Daisy the Therapy Dog
Daisy comes from a charity called ‘Therapy Dogs Nationwide’. and visits us at school on a weekly basis. The volunteers work closely with teachers and parents to encourage children to improve their reading and communication skills. By having a ‘Reading Dog’ we want to encourage those children who lack self- esteem, or those less confident at reading to have a friendly audience and look forward to reading as a treat. Daisy is a good listener and she never judges or criticizes.
Mill Rythe – Silver Birch Class 2018
Silver Birch Class visited Mill Rythe in Hayling Island for their residential trip during June 2018. They all had a fabulous time and were able to participate in many exciting activities throughout the week!
Sports day 2018
The Royal Wedding – April 2018
The children had a fun filled day celebrating the wedding of Prince Harry and Megan Markle.
Anglo Saxons – Silver Birch Autumn 2017
Silver Birch Class visited Celtic Harmony in Broxbourne to learn more about Anglo Saxon life. They also created their own Anglo Saxon homes during D.T lessons.
New Adventure Playground – October 2017
We are delighted to announce the completion of our new Adventure playground.
Prince Harry visits Epping Forest
On 15th March 2017, High Beech School was delighted to take part in an official event attended by Prince Harry to dedicate Epping Forest to the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy (QCC). QCC will mark Her Majesty The Queen’s service to the Commonwealth while conserving indigenous forests for future generations.
Our children took part in various environmental activities including creating forest sculptures based on woodland animals before meeting Prince Harry and showing him their work.
Prince Harry then planted an oak on Queen’s Green, High Beach before having a group photograph taken.
Race for Life – June 2016
Kingswood Trip 2016
The building of our new Kitchen January 2016
Jakki’s Garden Spring 2016
The children helped to develop Jakki’s garden by planting bulbs and a variety of seeds in memory of our lovely Mrs Abbott.
The Children enjoy spending time in this space watching the seasonal changes throughout the year.