Class 6 Red Blog 19-20Flying High in 6 Red

Broad Heath’s Got Talent 2019

To finish off a fantastic week and an even better term, children across all year groups have taken part in a talent show. Class auditions have been held this week and the winners battled it out to be crowned ‘BHGT Champion’. Everyone who took part was worthy of the award, but it was 2W’s performers […]

6 Red Book and Performance week

Wow! What a great week! We have seen so much BRILLIANT work from all of you. We are so proud! Our book for this week was Journey to Jo’burg by Beverley Naidoo. This story is about a brother and sister on a journey to find their mum. When their baby sister suddenly becomes very sick, […]

Reading in Six Red.

As a class we are all working hard to ensure each and everyone one of us is reading a variety of genres. As part of project week as a class we have been reading the book “Journey to Jo’burg” which has lead to some very interesting conversations as we unpicked the story. In addition to […]

Windrush exhibition!

Our focus in Six Red for book week has been based on Black history week. As a class we have been reading “Journey to Jo’burg” written by Beverley Naidoo. The novel explores the “dangerous landscape of apartheid South Africa” and how this impacts the lives of people living in South Africa during these testing times. […]

Book Week in our Spanish Lesson!

This week in our Spanish lessons we studied the very classic story by Eric Carle…The Very Hungry Caterpillar 🐛! We listened to the English version and watched the animation to make sure we knew the English version really well. This then helped us to become Language Detectives and translate the Spanish version… La Pequeña Oruga […]

Belgrade Theatre Walk – Windrush

For our Book and Performance project Week, Year 6 has chosen books linked with Black History Month. For this, we will be visiting an exhibition at the Belgrade Theatre this week. The Belgrade are delighted to be able to host Maureen Cottle’s exhibition, Britain Needs You: Stories from The Windrush Generation throughout October. This exhibition […]

6 Red Poetry

This week we have been learning about poetry. In particular, we have been analysing poems about the environment. We had to decide whether we thought it was appropriate to include: figurative language, rhymes, rhyming pattern, choice of language etc. Thinking about our theme, we decided how to convey this message using appropriate features and use […]

Autumn 1 Awards – 2019

Key Stage 1/EYFS Class Certificate of Excellence Certificate of Recognition Citizen of the Week Nursery AM Tala Nursery PM Naksh RR Toleen Minnah Jari RW Sumayyah Hasan Jebrin RB Arjun Yasmin Tinuola 1R Zaynab Arfa Sabiha 1W Sara Joshua Muhammad Y 1B Yahya Nma Safa 2R Ling Marta Kanishka 2W Aro Bakary Ghazala 2B Mohammed […]

Madrid 2020 – NOW OPEN TO YEAR 5

It is that time of year again…. I am so excited to be currently planning our Madrid 2020 visit. I am sure that you will have lots of questions, so I have a list of FAQs for you all. When are we going? We are going on Monday 18th May 2020 and we will return […]

Performing a Poem

Today, you will need to perform the poem that you created yesterday. However, before you do so, it is a good idea to take a look at how the professionals present themselves and their poems. Below is a famous poet, Michael Rosen, explaining his top tips for a successful performance. When performing a poem you […]

Year 4 and Year 6 Girls Football Tournament.

On Wednesday 9th October, two groups of children from Broad Heath School took part in a 5 aside tournament at the Alan Higgs Centre. The year 6 team worked really hard throughout their matches, and ended up coming third in their group with a record of 2 wins and 2 losses. There were some outstanding […]

Applications Received

Thank you Y 6 for applying for the lunch time positions advertised.I will be shortlisting and interviewing in the next week. Applications that stood out included: a nice opening sentence under my name with a reason why you thought you had the skills for the job. Looking  forward to meeting some of you for an […]

Flu Vaccines

Flu Vaccines are happening in school on 13th November. These are available for all children from Reception to year 6. Paperwork will be sent home with the children this week. There is a leaflet and consent form in each envelope. Please can you ensure the blue forms are completed fully and returned to school asap. […]

Year 6 Parent Meetings – November 2019

Dear Parents and Carers, There will be a Parent meetings/workshops on the following dates: Friday 8th November, Friday 15th November and Friday 22nd November at 2.30 – 3.15pm. It is important for you to attend one of these meetings. These meetings will give you information about Year 6 and how you can support your child […]

Broad Heath Bonfire Display-5th November 2019

We are extremely excited about our forthcoming Bonfire Display. We are hoping to see all of our family and friends on: Venue:Broad Heath Primary Community School Date:Tuesday 5th November 2019 Time:5.00pm-6.30pm You will be able to pre-order a burger and water at a cost of £2.00. Class Teachers will be asking you if you would […]

Black History Month Challenge

Throughout history, people have been treated differently because of the colour of their skin. Black people were not seen as equal and were not treated in the same way as white people. For example, they had to sit in different seats on a bus or public places like the cinema. Lots of people knew that […]

Year 6 – Spanish Review – Autumn 1

Year 6 have been learning the Spanish Alphabet. Could you now answer the following questions: What have you learnt this half term? How will this support you in your real – life? Which activity was your favourite? Which activity did you find difficult? Why? ¿Cómo te llamas? Como se escribe. What else would you like […]

Luqman-Bromsgrove Swimming Gala October 2019

We all know that Luqman has a rather impressive collection of medals, as we celebrate with him each time. Today I was sent some photographs showing Luqman and his trophy for ‘Outstanding effort’ during the gala. I must say I was almost as impressed with Luqman’s personalised outfit! Luqman shared the following: “When I went […]