As part of their learning on historical stories, in today’s lesson year 4 have been creating freeze frames for their WW2 Story “The Enemy Airman” by Dennis Hamley. Post your finished freeze frames below! Who are the characters? How have you shown their emotions in your freeze frames? What are the main events in the […]
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3 Blue have had a great day! We made mosaics, Roman shields, had a gladiator competition, identified Roman numerals and learnt a song about the Romans. What was your favourite activity of the day?
Ianis and his Dad made this at home. Can you tell me what animal type it is and what features the animal has?
Today we went on a walk around our local area. As part of our Geography Topic work we had planned a route from our school to Red House Park. We followed our route today and visited the park. The children were very sensible and they stayed safe by crossing the road carefully at the crossing […]
We really enjoyed Roman Day! Take a look at our iMovie to see what we did.
Today, 8 of our students went and represented Broad Heath at Tribe Gymnastics studio, performing a set routine in the competition. The children had previously practiced their routine, and today it was their time to show what they can do! All the students were brilliantly behaved and great ambassadors for our school, demonstrating all our […]
In English we are learning all about a famous author called Francesca Simon. Today we were researching a little more about her. Our super Caterpillars went to the school library and found lots of books written by Francesca! Our Bees, Butterflies and Spiders carried out some research on the iPads and presented our findings on […]
What a fantastic, creative, fun day! 3 Red have been learning about being a Roman. We made mosaics, Roman coins and shields. We then pretended to be gladiators, soldiers and musicians. Watch our video to see all the amazing things we did.
This week in Design and Technology, 3 Blue have learnt how pneumatics systems work. We created our own simple pneumatic systems using a balloon, a syringe, a piece of tube and a washing up bottle. We discussed how air pressure affected each system. Which pneumatic system was the most effective? Why? What happened when we […]
Well done to Maryam, Aisha, Serina and Gufran who have shown consistent, beautiful handwriting and have therefore been awarded a pen license. What advice could you give others so that they can receive a pen license?
WOW! Zakariah, Luxor, Gufran, Zakariya, Maryam, Aisha, Safa an Safiyah have all moved up a podium on the times table olympic chart. All of these children correctly answered different multiplication facts in 3 minute. They are all one step closer to becoming the times table class champion. Amazing Safiyah has raced ahead to the […]
Well done to all our super spellers, including Aisha, for achieving 10/10 in this week’s spelling test. We were so proud of the number of children who scored 9 and 10. This has improved from last week. Well done 3 Blue! Let’s push ourselves that little bit harder and turn the seven 9’s into 10’s […]
Our weekly book reviews are in! Have a look at which characters the children loved from this book! If you’re not in this video, share who you’re favourite character is. I can’t wait to read your reviews!
The children have had a magical week learning all about the story ‘Room in the Broom’. There were potions, spells, dragons and many more exciting things happening. Have a look at the what we have been up to this week: Who was the author of ‘Room on the Broom?Can you list the books that this […]
After an eventful few hours the evacuees finally fell asleep on the floor (well on extra thick comfortable mats). Our children were just perfect, including the children that snored during the night and those that insisted on speaking (in their sleep)! We have just added a few more clips and photographs of the night and […]
It has been another very busy week in a Reception Blue. Our focus story this week was ‘Room on the Broom’ by Julia Donaldson. We read the story and shared our favourite bits, talked about animals that can and can’t fly, discussed why the witch was a good witch and even created potions! We hope […]
The activities during the evening incorporated many wonderful, exciting and thought provoking learning experiences. This however, would not have been possible without the staff. The children are now relaxing and are ready to watch Goodnight Mr Tom, whilst munching on their handmade rationed carrot cookies and glorious hot chocolate. A really big thank you to […]
Take a look at the 22 children in 2 Red who obtained full marks in their spellings this week. Well done!
A ‘war effort’ refers to the coordination of society’s resources. This takes place to help support a military force resource and are both industrial and human. The children took part and supported by making boxes that could be used for gas masks. How did you make the boxes? Why would they have been important?
Rationing is the controlled distribution of scarce resources. Rationing controls the size of the portion that one is allowed on a particular day. The children had access to real ration books. What sorts foods were rationed? What did you make and what ingredients were available?
Children have always had access to games, although the types of games available today may have changed. The children were encouraged to play in groups and individually. During wartime many of the toy factories started to make guns and plane parts, so there was a shortage of new toys. During this time many of the […]
The children have been learning about the heavy and frequent attacks on London and other cities including Coventry. The VR learning experience was to help the children to feel part of ‘Blitzkrieg’ (lightning war). Most of the air raids took place at night. One devastating raid on Coventry on 14th November 1940 was the biggest […]
This week in nursery the children shared the story ‘Goldilocks and the three bears’. They did lots of fun activities based around this story such as making porridge, visiting the woods, re-enacting the story and lots more. Watch the clip below to see what they got up to during the week. What was your favourite […]
The case of the Missing Teacher It was a dull, dreary morning at 21b Baker Street. I sat under the window, writing the report from our last case “A study in pink”, when a gentle rapping came from the door, like a whisper against the wood. “Please sir, I need your help.” Asked the girl […]
This week we went to collect data by counting vehicles we could see on the Stoney Stanton Road. We created a tally chart then used the vocabulary ‘more than’ and ‘less than’ to describe what we saw.
Broad Heath Weekly is where the children choose who deserves to be in the spotlight and explain their reasons why.
Key Stage 1/EYFS Class Certificate of Excellence Certificate of Recognition Citizen of the Week Nursery AM Maryum N Nursery PM Sulaiman RR Jari Nick Adnan RW Carter Eva Sumayyah A RB Safa Adrian Nabiha 1R Maryam 1W Aroush Amina Muhammed G 1B Tobi Hussein Zoe 2R Aaliya Noah Ramarni 2W Yaseen Ali Umar 2B Ammara […]
Please solve following word problems in your homework books. Bronze A ). There were twenty-four marbles which were dropped at school. Six children went to pick them up. The children collected the same number of marbles each. How many marbles did each child collect ? B). Twenty children went to the ten-pin bowling alley. They […]
As part of our design technology unit, year 6 are investigating bridges. Our final outcome is to build, evaluate and improve our very own bridge design. This week we conducted a practical investigation to test different methods for strengthening and joining lengths. What properties did your materials need to have to ensure your join will […]
We wanted to share with you a blog of our PE lessons because we thoroughly enjoy PE!