You have all been learning equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages. Thank you to all the children who helped to make our equivalent table for the classroom. You need to learn these fractions so to help you here is a link to some maths games (these games are not tablet friendly and need to be […]
Class 6 Blue Blog 19-20Birds of a feather, flock together!
Key Stage 1/EYFS Class Certificate of Excellence Certificate of Recognition Citizen of the Week Nursery AM Murtaza Nursery PM Iqra S RR Neda Halima Minnah RW Kinza Aiza Ilyas RB Maya Hamida Muhammad B 1R Arfa Keaton Ammar 1W Nihal Aryan Madeeha 1B Hudayfa Haarun Nma 2R Noah Lusardo Aalya 2W Kirtan Sania Rayyana 2B […]
In 6 Blue this week the children have been working really hard and have created some fantastic work. The quality of the homework tasks has been fantastic as well as great work in Topic, Science, English Reading and D&T. Here is a snap-shot of some of the learning. What have you learnt this week in […]
Today in science children have gained a deeper understanding to animal adaptation, extinction of animals and used this knowledge to design their own animal to survive a range of habitats. To begin with we had to identify features animals have adapted to survive in their environments. Some children looked at Polar Bears, Arctic Fox, Giraffes […]
As part of our computing lessons, year 6 are learning how to use different features on the scratch app. This week we are creating our very own boat race which we are in charge of designing. We had to create a unique code to make the sprite move before placing our obstacles on the course. […]
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 […]
Mrs Frankish sat with other members of Coventry’s school and sporting community and watched with pride as Devanshi and Sofia joined their fellow Japan travellers to present to guests including: the Deputy Director of the Japan Foundation, the Daiwa Foundation, the Japan Society, Cllr Maton, the Lord Mayor, Leofric Lions, City of Culture representatives, European […]
Broad Heath Weekly is where the children choose who deserves to be in the spotlight and explain their reasons why.
The Broad Heath team had their first video conference today with our Florida link school. After a few technical problems, we had a great chat! What would you like us to find out about life in Florida? What questions would you like us to ask?
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 science today you have identified how organisms can be bred to select particular inherited characteristics in their offspring. Big Question: As humans do we have the right to carry out selective breeding? (Morality: Is it right or wrong?) Think about both sides of the argument before sharing your opinion. Please share your opinion in […]
Today in PSHE you have gained a deeper understanding to the process of electing leaders and how MPs contribute to our community. Key vocabulary: Member of parliament (MPs), government, local area, constituency, voting, ballot box, representative, labour, Liberal Democrats, conservatives, independent parties, eligible What’s the difference between the government and parliament? What is an election? […]
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 […]
In Year 5 we began our new topic about sharing our likes and dislikes about sports and different hobbies. Some children shared these in Spanish. Watch the video and see what these children like or dislike doing. Which sports do you like and dislike? For Year 6 could you do the same activity about sharing […]
First of all huge well done to all the children and parents who have supported 6Blue in looking fabulously scary today. Children dressed up in theme of our current class novel-A Monster Calls. Below are a range of images showcasing our learning tasks from the day. We began with researching who Patrick Ness was and […]
This term’s challenge is a focus on times tables – we all know that if we have a speedy recall of times tables, our calculations in maths are quicker and more accurate!Your challenge is to use TTRS to aim for the following by the end of the half term: 5 minutes play a day, every […]
Over the next few weeks Year 6 will be discussing, considering and evaluating the significance of the three key ideas studied (Ummah, Grace and Ahimsa), in relation to their own ideas. Learning Objective-To use a speaking and listening strategy to clarify their own commitments and understand others’ commitments. Week 1-A practical session where the children […]
Here are the new spellings and homework planner for Spring 1. If you are smart you will start straight away to learn these. We hope you all enjoy your Christmas break. ‘ This is your homework planner for Spring 1 Enjoy your Christmas holiday x
What country did you learn about this week? How are their traditions different from our own? Did you have a fun and exciting week?
Well done to all those who have completed their homework tasks, there are a few children who have a few more tasks to complete. Please spare some time in your holidays to complete this so we can start the new year with a fresh slate and no incomplete homework. Note to parents/carers; homework is a […]
Today was another special day, which began with Mrs Dahil inviting me to help deliver the boxes and gifts that our remarkable families had provided for those less fortunate than ourselves. Let me start at the beginning, it all started with Mr Mahmood posting a blog and the Reception children and very caring parents being […]
Your geography work for spring 1 will be based on Natural Disasters. For your Reading Challenge, we would like you to watch the following clips, read the web links and conduct your own research on HURRICANES, TORNADOES, TYPHOONS AND CYCLONES. Please complete in your homework books. https://www.weatherwizkids.com/weather-hurricane.htm https://www.ducksters.com/science/earth_science/hurricanes.php Bronze Challenge – Create a factfile on […]
Once again the children and classes that worked most strongly as a team have won their reward. This term the prize was a film and lolly, with staff getting into the spirit and also providing popcorn!