6 Red have been reading the Island by Armin Greder this week. The book has provided some fantastic discussion about immigration, xenophobia and equality. It has tied into our work about British Values and we have explored the idea of ‘respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs’. This book has also got […]
6 Red have been fantastic Mathletics this half term. These children have all impressed this week. Gautam got 13 certificates; Tiya, Linda, Gautam and Omio all got Silver Certificates, and 28 children got bronze certificates! Keep up this hard work in Autumn 2!
This week’s King and Queen of the week are Monalisa and Haris. Monalisa has been working hard to complete her Mathletics work at home. Well done. Keep this up. Haris made us all proud when he had the integrity to stand up for his beliefs in a class debate. It’s sometimes hard to maintain your […]
Dear parents, I’d like to remind EVERYONE about our Year 6 parents assembly at 14:30 this Friday, 21st October! It is very important for parents to attend this meeting as I will be going into detail about a range of topics which will be important for your child’s learning in Year 6. These will include the […]
Well done Ahlam Mohammed and Pranit Vaja who were last week’s King and Queen of the week. They have both made a brilliant effort over the half term and are well deserved winners.
Congratulations to Anna who gained over 4000 points on Mathletics this week. Keep up the fantastic work over half term 6 Red.
As part of their PSHE work, Year 6 have been talking about their talents and how they can use them to help others. Year 6, what did your classmates say about your talents? How did it make you feel to hear great things about yourselves?
Our King and Queen learners this week are Dylan, who created this fantastic punctuation poster independently at home, and Linda, who has produced some excellent Maths work all week! Keep up the good work guys!
Congratulations to Zade who was the first child from Year 6 to achieve a silver certificate! You are this week’s Mathlete!
I’m so proud of all these children. This is how many Mathletics certificates 6 Red gained in just one week!! This excellent attitude to learning will help these children to master mathematics, perform brilliantly in their SATs and get ready for secondary school. 6 White, 5 Red and 5 White, the competition is on! Please […]
Hi Year 6, It’s time again to challenge your brains with Autumn 1’s Maths Challenge! Winners and prizes will be decided in Week 6. Good luck! Bronze Challenge: Silver Challenge: Gold Challenge:
On Friday, your child will have taken home a letter about Year 6’s trip to Dovedale in the Peak District on 8th November. Please can all completed consent forms along with £7 payment be brought into school by 30th September. A copy of the letter and consent form can be found in the links below: […]
Firstly, I would like to say how much I have enjoyed having initial meetings with all the parents in my class to start the year off. As a follow up to our initial meeting, I would like to invite all the parents who have children in Year 6 to come to a presentation about Year […]
6 Red’s King and Queen learners this week are Oliwia Magrian and Omio Bhattacharjee! Omio has helped to complete a fantastic Science project about renewable energy and Oliwia has worked hard in Maths this week to make incredible progress in rounding. Well done both. Keep up the hard work!
This week’s Mathlete of the week is Ahlam Mohammed. She has demonstrated fantastic knowledge of Place Value and worked independently to solve problems. Well done Ahlam!
Year 6’s Eid assembly will be on Friday 16th September at 2:30pm in the school hall. Parents, please come along to watch and support your children perform. We look forward to seeing you there.
Year 5, our Summer Maths challenge will show me how systematically you approach problem solving, how tenacious you are and how articulate you are in your reasoning; in short, this challenge will be my first opportunity to assess how effective you are as a learner. Please follow these 3 steps to complete your challenge: Work […]
Hi Year 6, We are nearly at the end of our journey at Broad Heath. You have made great improvements in your problem solving and reasoning since the start of the year; you have worked hard to develop these skills in class, on the blog and at home. Problem Solving and reasoning will continue to […]
Congratulations to Ryan who has posted 7 Reading Miles challenges this week!!! Ameena also did a fantastic job in her Reading SATs and achieved Age Related Expectations for Year 6! Well done both.
First of all, congratulations to the current Year 6 pupils on their excellent SATs results. Everyone worked really hard and did the school proud. Our current Year 5 cohort could learn a lot from the class of 2016; watch the following video and take this important advice on board…
Preparations for the Year 6 end of year party are well underway!!! When: July 14th 5-7 Where: In the school hall. Please enter and leave through the Hanford Road entrance What: There will be music, dancing, games, certificates, awards and prizes as well as food and drink provided Cost: Free!!! Dress code: It’s up to […]
This week’s King and Queen of the week are Anthony and Alina. Anthony has won because of his excellent blog posts and always sharing his ideas and opinions on the BH website. Alina has won because of her reading reviews and reading challenge work. Well done both!
Next week, some children in Year 5 will be learning how to divide fractions. Year 6 are now experts at this; check out the video below to hear Amina, Ameena and Sara explaining how to divide 2 unit fractions. Year 5, did the video help? Did Year 6 reason clearly about how to solve these […]
Dear parents, I’m just posting this blog to make you aware of some important dates and give you some information about next week. On Tuesday, the NUT have voted for Teachers to strike. THEREFORE, SCHOOL WILL NOT BE OPEN ON TUESDAY 5th JULY. For children who are entitled to free school meals, please let the office […]
In Topic this week, Year 6 learned about pentatonic scales. Year 6, what did you find out? What is a scale? How many notes are in a pentatonic scale? When are pentatonic scales used?
We have received some excellent work for Reading Miles this week. Have a look at Nidal’s, Tyrese’s, Alina’s, Merish’s and Jaspreet’s writing about their reading books. You have each gained 10 Reading Miles for these pieces of work. Nidal, an extra 10 points for you too! Well done!
Well done to Merish, Tyrese and Jaspreet for some outstanding mathematical reasoning this week. Please collect 10 raffle tickets each for these impressive explanations about how to solve this shape problem.
Congratulations to this week’s King and Queen learners, Nidal and Sophie. They both impressed with their reading and have gained reading miles by reading their books at home and submitting writing about what they have read. Keep up the great work guys!
Read the question below: HOW can you solve the question? What knowledge do you need to help you? What are the steps you need to take? Submit your answer on paper to me or Mrs Janjua by Thursday 23rd June.
Congratulations to Merish Iqbal this week who has gained 10 reading miles for these fantastic reading reviews. Challenge: We will award 10 reading miles next week to anyone who can finish their book and summarise their story to their reading group.