In science, we have been learning about hygiene. Today, we have been learning how germs spread on our hands. Take a look at the video below to find out more. How can germs spread? When should we wash our hands?
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Learning blooms in this room
Learning blooms in this room
It is that time of year again where farmers all around the world harvest their crops in preparation for the cold winter ahead! Like every year, we as a school come together to donate food for Coventry’s food bank in hope to support families and vulnerable people so they can also have nutritious food during […]
As part of PSHE, this afternoon, the children showed a good understanding of our school rules. We then focused on Rule #1 – Stop, Look and Listen please. The children drew a picture of what that rule means to them. After that, the children discussed emotions, focussing on anger. The children shared different strategies to […]
12 October 1872 – 26 August 1958
We could have stood with long faces and commented upon the rain putting a dampener on the proceedings, but the Broad Heath values were shown in abundance on Friday! The school councillors were absolutely amazing and a credit to Broad Heath. They spoke with confidence and I know that our visitors were as impressed as […]
Good afternoon, We have had a complaint from a resident in St Paul’s Road who has stated that parents are blocking the entrance to her property. Please can you be mindful of this and ensure residents have right of way to their property? Your support is much appreciated.
Every week the children are rewarded for their fantastic behaviour inside and outside the classroom. These examples of fantastic individuals have shown how they can be excellent, how they have been recognised for splendid work and behaviour, and how they are a great citizen. This occurs each week, so you have a chance to show […]
This week’s attendance figure is 97.6% Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend!
Well done to all of these children who scored 10 out of 10 on their spellings today! Brilliant work everyone well done!
Hi Year 2. Below is your homework for this week. Remember, you need to complete both of the tasks this week. Homework should be completed by Wednesday. Please bring your books to school so that they can be marked. Have a lovely weekend.
Good Morning This is a reminder that the Coffee Morning will be taking place tomorrow morning at 8.45am. We will be meeting in the Science Pod. Please make sure you bring any questions with you and we will do our best to support. Thank you The Pastoral Team
Today we have been learning all about healthy eating and exercise and why it is so important. Caterpillar group have been very busy making their own exercise video! Please watch it below. 1. What is your favourite exercise?2. Why is it important to do some exercise?
Hallo!Today we have been learning about Holland, The Netherlands as part of European Day of Languages!After a discussion at the start of the day, it was clear that we had limited knowledge of Holland so we have made lots of progress today! To start the day off, the children introduced themselves in Dutch! The children […]
BOOKS OF THE WEEK Year 6 visits the library to find facts about DNA. Year 5 and Year 6 explored the library during their lunch break. Story time Reception visit the library for their story time. Know the author Library challenge For Read a book challenge, check the following post. if you need a paper […]
A big well done to all of these children who scored 10 out of 10 on their spelling test today! Fantastic work everyone! We are super proud of you all!
This week’s attendance figure is 97.2% Wishing everyone a lovely weekend!
Hello Year 2. Below is your homework for this week. Remember to practise your spellings and read each evening. Have a lovely weekend. You will also find a copy of this half term’s homework in the front of your homework book.
Morning all, New LEGAL requirements mean that we will now be doing the regstraion at 8.45am each day so children must be in their classes and seated by this time. Walking through the gates will not count. Gates will still open at 8.30am and children can still come in then. We will also be open […]
What a fantastic day we all had! The sun was shining and the children were a credit to Broad Heath. We all had fun making sandcastles and playing in the sand, but we also spotted lots of human and physical landmarks that we learned about. A day to remember. We are so proud of all […]
Please bring in £1 tomorrow for ice-lollies! As you know, Year 2 are going to Weston-super-Mare beach tomorrow (22.09.2022). We will be leaving at 7:45am, so all children need to be in school before this time as we will not be waiting around for latecomers. Please come to the HANFORD CLOSE ENTRANCE. We aim to […]
This week Year 2 continued their learning about Sacred books in SMSC. We talked about the parable of The Lost Sheep. The children then retold the parable. Please take a look at the clips below: 1. What is a parable?2. How many sheep did the shepherd have?3. What is the moral of the parable?
The UK and the Commonwealth are officially in Mourning until the end of this week. this is Chopin’s funeral march.
Today we say one last farewell to Her Majesty The Queen Elizebeth ll. Pupil and staff of Broad Heath came together to give their respect to Her Majesty. “Grief is the price we pay for love” – Queen Elizabeth ll
To start our science learning this term, Y2 have been learning all about taking care of our bodies and healthy eating. So, why is it important to stay healthy?Watch the video below to find out. We have different food groups which are:– Carbohydrates– Proteins (meat, fish and egg)– Fruit and Vegetables– Dairy (milk, cheese and […]
Well done to the children below who scored full marks in their spelling test this week. We are so proud of you. Keep on practising everyone!
We have been very lucky to be the recipients of a Peace Pole. I became a little teary eyed when I read about what a Peace Pole represents, whilst watching the royal family and Her Majesty’s children: ‘A Peace Pole is an internationally recognised symbol of the hopes and dreams of the entire human family, […]