Young writers in Year 6

These children have done extremely well in their writing this term. These children entered a competition and were chosen to be published in a book with other entries across England. Well done! Very proud.

Being healthy in Year 6

In our last week of term, we will be carrying out a range of activities to help us to become healthier.  Everyday in our classes, we will be having a competition. In the morning and in the afternoon, you will have 2 minutes to do as many star jumps (this can be something else if […]

Problem solving in 5 Red

Today in 5 Red, we have been looking at solving problems in maths. These problems were challenging and made us think about the learning we have used this term.  We used the RUCSAC method to help us solve these problems. 

Alma – Descriptive writing

This week, we have looked at descriptive writing and how to make our writing interesting and imaginative to the audience. We created our own figurative phrases to use to describe the opening scene of a short animation, Alma.  We experimented with adjectives and adverbs to see how it changed the style and impact for the […]

Dealing with difficult situations

This week, we will be looking at how to resolve a range of tricky situations. Please write down how you will deal with the following issues: You have forgot your homework. What do you do? Someone on your table is upsetting another child. What do you do? You are put in a group that you […]

Building dens in Reception White

Today, children have been looking at how dens are built. We looked at a range of materials that is needed for this.  Some of the materials we used were: fabric, paper, card, leaves, twigs and cardboard. We had to make the den dark inside so no light could get through. Using the following words helped […]

Rising stars – Year 6

Dear all, This is the link to access the reading homework on Rising Stars. One reading activity must be done by every child in year 6 every week.  Any problems, please let your adults know.

Literary figures in 6 Red

This week, we have centred our learning around the author and poet, Benjamin Zephaniah.  We did a range of learning that included: Reciting poetry Writing poems in the style of Benjamin Zephaniah Learning about his life and challenges that he has faced Used and learnt a range of geographical information based on Jamaica Data analysis […]

Art week in 6 Red

This week, we have been studying the artist Cheri Samba and learning about Egyptian art. We learnt a range of sketching skils, clay modelling skills and turning our portraits into 3D pieces of art. In addition to this, we learnt about Cheri Samba’s artwork and his life. What did you learn and enjoy during this […]

Reports on The Black Death

As part of our learning, we have been learning about The Black Death. Using this information, we created a short news report. Please write down the key features of a news report. Also, how would you improve your news reports?

Kind hands and feet in Reception Blue

As part of our SEAL lessons, children learnt about how we should behave in and out school. We talked about using kind hands and feet and shared different examples.  We used the outdoor area and showed each other what kind hands and feet means at school. How else can we use our hands and feet […]

6 Red descriptive writing

For our mystery writing, we learnt to use a range of descriptive language. For example: – Subordinating conjunctions as openers – Fronted adverbials – Figurative language – Adjectival phrases Here is some of our work. What do you think? What have you learnt?

Word classes in 4 Blue

We did some work on word classes this week in year 4. Please watch the video to remind yourselves of what we have learnt. I would like you to do the following:  1 – Give definitions for nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs. 2 – Give examples. 3 – Write sentences using some of your own […]

More great handwriting in 4 Blue!

Well done to Jay, Yumna, Riqbah and Aman who achieved their pen licence today! This week you have worked really hard to develop your handwriting! Very proud! I am sure there will be several others who will achieve this feat soon! Keep working hard everyone! 

School councillors 2018 – 2019

Here are our new school councillors. Well done to everyone who were chosen for this great and exciting role for this academic year. This role is an important role as a councillor is the representative of classes across the school and helps to develop our school further. After our first meeting today, I am sure […]

Great presentation in 6 Red 👍🏽

Well done to Bethany and Martyna for their great presentation. We expect a lot in year 6 and at Broad Heath – presentation is definitely one of those things! We have focused a lot on handwriting and letter formation so far and these two certainly have done this!  Well done! Great start!

Sikhism – Lesson 1 Year 6

This week in SMSC, we will be looking at Sikhism. I would like you to think about the following questions:  What do Sikhs believe in? What are the 5Ks? (Kara, Kesh, Kanga, Kachera and Kirpan) I would like you to answer these questions in your pairs. Please make sure you answer in full sentences and […]

Land next to playground

Dear Parents/Carers, As you can see on our school grounds, we have begun work on our new mini golf course. Our builders have opened the access to the field next to our playground (behind the muga pitch).  This land is not open or accessible to children or parents. The reason for this is that this […]

6 Red – Book week day 2

Well done for another great day. The art work you did this afternoon was great. We were really impressed with your teamwork skills and the way you are gaining dojo points. Cloakroom Well done for making sure the cloakroom was spotless! Really impressed. Need to keep this up everyday! Look at the image above. Explain […]

6 Red – First day!

Well done for a great first day! You have all shown us what you are capable of in year 6. If you continue with this attitude, you will do very well! Your challenge for tonight: We would like you to write what you would like to achieve in year 6. Please include the following: What […]

Year 6 – Last week

Hi Year 6, Here are a few reminders about this week: Year 6 graduation – Wednesday 18th July at 9.15am (children must be in school for 8.30am) Year 6 Ball – Wednesday 18th July 5pm to 7pm (children must be picked up promptly at 7pm). Dress – smart!  Year 6 Performance – Thursday 19th July […]

6 Red Health week

What a great week! We have done all of the following: Creating a fitness routine to enhance our bodies. Learnt about mental health. Know ways of supporting our well being. Understand what foods helps us become healthy. Learnt that some drugs are good for you but many are bad for our health Created graphs And […]

Year 6 nurse visit

Dear Parents/Carers, This week, Year 6 will be taking part in a workshop about puberty and body changes growing up. We are being supported in this by NHS nurses and the material will be age-appropriate. If you have any concerns or questions about this please feel free to speak to any of the Year 6 […]