Next week, year 3 will be making moving monsters as part of their DT learning. Please can you help by sending any thin cardboard boxes or cardboard food packaging in? If you have yoghurt pots or anything similar, please send these in, clean and dry. Thank you.
Class 3 Red Blog 19-20A ship is nothing without its crew
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Today year 6 took part in their Sports Champions competition. It was a very close competition but 6 Blue found themselves in the final whilst 6 Red and 6 White competed in the semi-final. This saw 6 White become winners and they then faced 6 Blue in the final. 6 Blue came out on top […]
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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Broad Heath Weekly is where the children choose who deserves to be in the spotlight and explain their reasons why.
Hand repairing clothing became a necessary part of life during wartime. People were encouraged to improve their sewing skills. A report on Public Welfare requested government support for an official ‘Make and Mend’ campaign. What did you mend? How would you feel if the campaign was reintroduced?
We’ve been researching and finding out about Julius Caesar. Some of us worked together to make a poster and a video to show what we learnt and others wrote biographies. You can read some below. When was Julius Caesar born? What were his children called? Who kidnapped him? What were some of his achievements?
World Read Aloud Day is February 5, 2020! A 2015 study has found that children are exposed to a larger vocabulary from books which are read to them rather than from conversations with adults. This is because we tend to speak with the same 5000 most popular words. While books — even picture books — […]
In Computing this morning we are continuing our ‘I am a Coder’ unit. We are going to learn how to code sprites so they can speak. Here is the link to Scratch that you will need https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/editor/?tutorial=all
Well done to two more members of 3 Red who have earned their pen licenses. Well done Mosaver and Saee!
Good afternoon parents, We will be releasing Reception, Years 1 and 2 children at 3;10 pm every day. They will not be receiving less teaching time, as there will not be an afternoon outdoor break as such. A 5 minute break will be introduced for children to go to the toilet etc We will also […]
Mrs Hurt found the link below and thought it would be extremely helpful to share it with as many of our wonderful families as possible. Free nearly new baby items on Friday 10th January 2020 from 12.30-2.30pm at the Swan Centre (behind Norton House) on Bird Street, just behind the Coventry Refugee and Migrant Centre […]
As you already know we want to ensure ALL of the children at Broad Heath have the best possible start in life. We strive for our children to achieve academically but also be confident, sociable and healthy. Lunch is an important meal for children to provide energy and nutrients to keep them going throughout the afternoon. … The […]
Happy new year and welcome back to everyone at Broad Heath. This term, the reward for the winners of the brick wall will be . . . HOT CHOCOLATE AND MARSH MALLOWS (halal)! You can earn the bricks from your Teachers, Year Leaders, Pastoral Team, Office Staff and Leadership Team. Please make the most of […]
Apollo’s Oracle at Delphi The ancient Greek god Apollo enjoyed having temples built in his honor. He liked the gifts. He liked the attention. Everyone knew that Apollo was the god of music. He also brought out the sun each day. He had other special powers. Apollo could see the future, not always, but sometimes. […]
As part of our history topic, we will be having a Roman day at school. This will be an opportunity for children to gain a better insight into life at the time. To help with this, we will be asking all the children to dress up as a Roman. There are some ideas for costumes […]
This term, Year 3 are learning how to become coders! To do this we will be using a program called Scratch. To help you learn and make further progress I have attached a link to the Scratch program below. https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/editor/?tutorial=getStarted
BronzeAll numbers in the four times table are even. True or false? Explain why. Silver Gold Platinum
What country did you learn about this week? How are their traditions different from our own? Did you have a fun and exciting week?