Hello 1 Red! Here is your homework for Spring 1. Please make sure you complete 2 activities. Education City link: https://go.educationcity.com Reading challenge Maths challenge Do you want to be a superstar speller? If you do, practise your spellings in your homework book everyday. Practise the spellings according to your colour group. Green and Blue […]
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LONG and SHORT sounds. Mix them up to create RHYTHMS. We are RAPPING. RAPPING is when we speak or sing words against a PULSE/HEART BEAT. Tap your knees for the PULSE in VERSE 1, and then CLAP the RHYTHM in VERSE 2, We use our hands to show the HIGH and LOW PITCHES. Try making […]
Key Stage 1/EYFS Class Certificate of Excellence Certificate of Recognition Citizen of the Week Nursery AM Mahid Nursery PM Umer RR Isabelle Zayaan Minsa RW Riya Dyari Shamsa RB Jannat Laith Farhan 1R Waniya Maryum Kayla 1W Shaheer 1B Evie Denisa Noah 2R Safa Rayan Hamaad 2W Safwan Ameena Safa 2B Fatima Yusuf Sandra Key […]
We have been advised that there has been a number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 across Broad Heath Primary School. In line with national guidance we recommend that your child undertakes regular lateral flow tests before to coming into school. If you test negative, you should come to school. If any of your lateral flow […]
Karl Jenkins (1944-present) is a Welsh musician and one of the most performed living composers in the world. His most well-known pieces are Adiemus: Songs of Sanctuary and The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace. Life and MusicKarl Jenkins was born in Penclawdd, Gower, Wales in 1944 and learnt to play the piano from his […]
This week has been super jam-packed in 1 Red. We have been building our knowledge in English by learning the difference between fiction and non-fiction texts. What animal have we been reading about during our lessons boys and girls? Write your answer in the blog. Can you remember any facts about the animal? Write in […]
This week , Miss Smith took our super Green group children to the library to explore fiction and non-fiction books. We now understand where each type of book is found and what the difference is. We spoke about which type of books we enjoy reading and made some super choices! CHALLENGE FOR GREEN GROUP Can […]
Hello Years 1 & 2. This half term we are holding a competition for both year groups. The winner will be able to pick a new book from a selections of prizes we have in the Library. YOUR CHALLENGE: Pick your favourite character from a book you have read. Draw a picture of your favourite […]
BH welcomed so many different types of animals this afternoon. Y1 were the lucky few to experience this first hand! What a brilliant and engaging way to learn about animals! Thank you Mrs Frankish and Miss Smith for allowing such brilliant experiences CHALLENGECan you remember any animals that you saw today? Which animal was your favourite and […]
We have been advised that there has been a small number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 within Broad Heath Primary School. In line with national guidance we recommend that your child undertakes regular lateral flow tests before to coming into school. If you test negative, you should come to school. If any of your […]
We have been learning all the above letter sounds. Can you write 2 cvc words that you have learnt?
The Boot Fund applications are available once again for those who feel they need the support. Please contact the office and arrange to collect the form. We will need the forms back by Monday 24th January 2022.
This week we got to learn three new sounds “ay” “ee” and “igh” Please watch the videos below and practice words using the digraphs we have learnt. Now I would like you to practice writing 3 words for each digraph/trigraph above.
For our first week back at school, we started our very exciting project for Geography! Our challenge is to learn more about our local area, to help us achieve this we carried out fieldwork in/ around Foleshill. (Fieldwork is when you go outside the classroom and find out things for yourself or with your friends.) […]
Well done to all the children who scored 10/10 or 5/5 for this week 1 spelling test! We are so proud of you all and looking forward to have more children acing their spellings. Remember to practice your week 2 spellings daily.
This weeks attendance figure is 95.5% Hope everyone has a lovely weekend!
The invisible clothes . I am so impressed with your phonics learning this week. You were all able to tell me lots of words ending in able and ible Please complete the challenge below using the correct word ….is it able or ible
Parents and children, PLEASE can you remember which days you do PE and come to school in your kit. This also maens they wear pumps and not boots! This does NOT change throughout the year. Some families are entitled to support if your are struggling so please contact the pastoral team. The school calendar will […]
The following students have been selected for the Wednesday Year 1 After School Multi Sports Club that will start from Wednesday 12th January and will run for 5 weeks. Can all the students named on the blog reply by filling in the form from this link; 1 Red: Yusuf Amin, Aesha Momeni, Emaan Sajjad, Waniya […]
UPDATE – Hopefully the weather will improve by Friday afternoon so that we can carry out our fieldwork. Remember to wrap up warm! Tomorrow we are starting some very exciting work for our Geography lessons! We are learning about our local area and will carry out fieldwork in/ around Foleshill. Fieldwork is when you go […]
Next Tuesday, during our Science lesson, we will be having a very special visit from lots of different animals! The animals are fully licensed and insured to be handled if the children wish to do so. Some children may even be lucky enough to give the animals some treats! Again, this is completely voluntary and […]
(Vey-ber) Carl Maria von Weber wrote his Clarinet Concerto No. 1 in F minor, Op. 73 for the clarinettist Heinrich Bärmann in 1811. The piece is highly regarded in the instrument’s repertoire. It is written for clarinet in B♭. The work consists of three movements in the form of fast, slow, fast. This is Concerto’s […]
To vote, you will need to make a purchase within store of any value. You will receive one token per transaction and it’s not necessary to purchase a carrier bag in order to receive a token. In the highly unlikely event that voting is suspended in certain locations due to government guidelines, we will notify you […]
2022 has arrived. The last few years have perhaps been the most demanding professionally for many teachers, never quite knowing what will happen. We have though, been resilient and ensured children have gained and tried to ensure we have fun. We hope this continues in 2022. Thank you parents and children for all your support. […]
The school rowing team have been working hard all half term on their fitness, and to keep it up they have helped make a workout video for everyone to join in with. See if you can do each activity for 30 seconds with 30 seconds rest in between. Let me know how you get on!
What did you think of the Pantomime? Who was your favourite character? What part of the pantomime made you laugh the most?