Festive Forest Fun!

We have been feeling all festive in The Den.

Miss Taylor set us a challenge of making an Evergreen Star Wreath!

Yesterday we collected various evergreens from around Forest School inclusing Holly, Ivy and other ferns.

It was so wet yesterday we had to let them dry out and make the wreaths today.

What do you think?!?

We love them- well done Denners!

BEAM services update

Please find below an update from BEAM about their service and how to access it:


Update regarding accessing Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin Beam and Ludlow Beam


We now have a simplified process for accessing support!


Parents/carers and Young People can request support via our new registration system at

Scroll down the page, click ‘register with us’ and complete the online form.   If more support is required from those already registered with the service, then a shortened form will ask for basic details via the same link.


Please feel free to advertise far and wide!

We are no longer accepting reuqests for service via email – all requests should be sent via the online system.  We will redirect requests received by email to the new system.


Our email address has changed –


Please do get in touch should you have any queries or need any information about the service.


Remembrance in the Den

This week in the Den we have been learning all about Remembrance and Poppies.

On Monday, we created our own Poppy pictures and discussed the colours we would need and why.

On Tuesday we created Poppy biscuits.

On Wednesday we watched the News live and observed a two minute silence and ran 11 laps of the playground throughout the day!

Today we are writing REMEMBER acrostic poems.

Well done Den children!

Bonfire poems

This week the children have been learning about Bonfire night and fireworks!

Today they said and wrote their own acrostic poems.

Jaien’s poem:

Blue stars.

Orange wheels.

No touching.


I like them.

Red balloons.

Eating apples.


Bryan’s poem:

Blue rockets.

Off shoot the fireworks.

No touching.

Fire is hot.

I like looking.

Red sparks.

Eating chips.


Marco’s poem:

Bonfire night.

Orange sparks fly.

No touching it.

Fireworks are loud.

I can see them sparkle.

Roaring fire burns.

Eating chocolate apples.


Max’s poem:

Bang go the fireworks.

Orange stars fly.

No touching.

Fireworks are loud.

I can hear them.

Roaring fire.

Eating chocolate apples.


Megan’s poem:

Bang goes the rockets.

Orange rockets whoosh.

No touching the fire.

Fireworks go bang.

I like hot chocolate.

Red fireworks.

Eating waffles.


Spooktacular halloween

Today in the Den we joined Y2 in the hall for some spooky dancing!

Then we returned to the Den for some Halloween treats and to watch a spooky film called ‘The Square Pumpkin’!

Have a wonderful half term everyone!
Miss Plimmer, Miss Taylor, Mrs McLeod, Mrs Fullerton and Miss Hammond!

Y5 and Y6 Parents- Secondary SEND Information

Dear Parents and Carers,


Please see below a step by step guide for how to access up to date information regarding Special Educational Needs and Dissabilities (SEND) Provision at all Telford Secondary Schools.

Thsi includes virtual tours, SEND Information Reports and other useful information that may help you when deciding which Secondary school to apply for.

Parent and Carer Secondary SEND Local Offer Telford

Miss Plimmer