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Welcome to

Beechwood Primary School


We place a firm emphasis on the importance of nurturing our children towards becoming confident, responsible, sociable, well-rounded individuals, ready for life in high school and as young adults in our community.

As you explore our website, we hope that you find this ethos reflected and enjoy the many different aspects our pupils' daily experience at Beechwood.

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Letter from the headteacher.

Click on the picture above to find the school information about coronavirus, including letters that have been sent home. 

School remains closed to most pupils until further notice. School will remain open for the following pupils:

Children with Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs)

Children of key workers

Vulnerable pupils

School will be open during the Easter holidays for the above pupils. Please contact the school in advance if you require a place. 

If you would like some help to explain to your child why they are at home, please follow the link below which will lead you to a great story from Autism Bedfordshire.



Online Learning at home

All year groups at school have provided work for children to do at home. All children have been provided with a login for Google classroom. There are videos below to support parents and children with how to access the classroom and the work. Children can complete the work on paper or in an exercise book. There is no need to print anything off. Additional work will be uploaded everyday so please encourage children to complete some work each day. 


At Beechwood, we recognise that some children, parents or carers may have well-being and safeguarding concerns during this unexpected time of school closures. We have collated contact information and useful websites that you could access from home.

There will always be someone to talk to at school if you have any concerns. One of our safeguarding team will be available at all times on the school phone number, 01582 518400, or via the school’s dedicated email address: SAFEGUARDING@BEECHWOODPRIMARY.ORG.UK

Our dedicated Safeguarding Team during this time of closure are:

Mrs H Welford, Miss S Riaz, Mr W Khan, Mrs M Breen-Smith


If you believe a child is in immediate danger, please call 999.

If you are concerned about the safety of a child and want to either get advice, or make a referral to Children’s Social Care, you can call Luton MASH – Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub- on 01582 547653
Out of their office hours, the number is: 0300 300 8123     

You could also email your concerns to mash@luton.gcsx.gov.uk

You can find further information here: https://www.luton.gov.uk/health_and_social_care/safeguarding/safeguarding_children/Pages/default.aspx

You could also call the NSPCC Helpline: 0808 8005000   Email:  help@nspcc.org.uk   



Kooth is a mental health online support website for older children. https://www.kooth.com/

Young Minds has lots of resources and ideas for supporting children with their mental health. There are sections for children to access, and for parents. https://youngminds.org.uk/

Please keep checking your child’s online access and ensure they are only accessing appropriate content. For more information about online safety, go to https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-centre/parents-and-carers

If you are worried that you are unable to feed your family and need support with food, please go to https://lutonfoodbank.org.uk/ or call school to check your eligibility. Beechwood can provide food bank vouchers, but there are criteria that have to be met.

If you are concerned about your child’s health, please follow government guidelines and use their 111 NHS website or phone lines. If you are concerned that anyone in your family has symptoms of Covid19, this may be a useful link:   https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19


Looking after yourself, looking after your children

There is a lot of uncertainty around the current COVID-19 outbreak, particularly given that
the situation is constantly developing and the information about the virus remains
Understandably, this is causing a lot of worry and anxiety for people. Having children and
young people at home, often when people are trying to work themselves, adds another
layer of stress. It is therefore important to not only consider our physical health during such
challenging times, but also to pay attention to our mental health. It is normal to feel
worried, stressed and anxious when we are faced with uncertain situations, but the sooner
we acknowledge and learn to take care of our mental health, the healthier and better
equipped we’ll be to cope with the situation were having to face.

Look at the document below for help and support. 


On a computer

Classroom on computer.mp4

Go to Google.

Type in Google Classroom.

Go to Classroom site.

Sign in using login details.

Press + and enter class code when prompted. 

Go to 'Classwork' at the top. 

Click on each assignment to open the work. 


On a tablet or Ipad

Classroom on tablet.mp4

Download the Google Classroom App.

Open Google Classroom.

Login when prompted. 

Enter the classroom code. 

Press on 'Classwork' at the bottom. 

Click on each assignment to open the work. 

Agents for Change

Our Agents for Change, enjoyed their presentation evening last month, the evening celebrated the hard work they have put in over the Autumn Term. The work they undertook in school, the assemblies and kindness tree, were singled out by the staff who commended them. The did us proud with their speech to a packed room. They have been shining stars in the school and will continue their hard work on making our school a kind and equal place for all. The awards and certificates they were presented with are true reflection on how hard they work.


School Calendar


Celebration assemblies

well done

Luton families information service

At Beechwood, we are committed to supporting our families. Please follow the link below to find out more from Luton families information service. 


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