We are often able to choose how we interact with others during mealtimes, we can talk, read, or sit quietly. It’s important to consider those around us too. Is it a good time to talk, if others have had a bad day or want to chat? Why is it important that we are quiet at […]
Our communities and families are made up of people of all ages. We can all benefit and learn from spending time with those who are both older and younger than us. Tell me how you have learned from an older/younger person and how they gained from you? (Year 2 have lots of examples after meeting […]
In the UK we have a legal system built on democracy. This means everyone has a voice but the majority win. This means there will be occasions when your vote is the opposite to what you have voted for. Next week the country votes about leaving the European Union, people have already voted to leave […]
2019 has not been the best start. 1- Got a fine…own fault for going in a bus lane, not sure which lane is ok to go, in but will pay the fine as I am in the wrong allegedly and also remember doing something wrong! 2- Flood in my house, tap leaking and cannot stop! […]
Happy New Year to all governors, parents and children at Broad Heath, let’s make it a GREAT one. Congratulations to Roger Medwell , one of our governors who was awarded the MBE, we are very proud of you! See you back at school on: MONDAY 7th January. A “Free” Breakfast Club is open as from […]
Our very own Isa has also secured a place at Bablake. The great news keeps on flowing!
We have had more amazing news. Julia has also secured a place at King Henry VIII.
This country is made up of lots of fantastic people who give so much and care. Who would you award a medal to if you could and why? PS-( It is great when people nominate me but I want anyone BUT me nominated please.) Get you thinking caps on. Think about: People in your family, […]
Year 2 have been thinking about different ways in which they can help others to feel better. We looked at a set of pictures depicting different emotions and the children thought about what they would do if they saw a child depicting the emotions shown. Please read the comments below from 2 White.
Year 2 have been thinking about different ways in which they can help others to feel better. We looked at a set of pictures depicting different emotions and the children thought about what they would do if they saw a child depicting the emotions shown. Please read the comments below from 2 Blue.
Year 2 have been thinking about different ways in which they can help others to feel better. We looked at a set of pictures depicting different emotions and the children thought about what they would do if they saw a child depicting the emotions shown. Please read the comments below from 2 Red.
Rule of Law Adverts, like TV programmes, are often viewed by huge audiences and have a specific purpose. If the advert doesn’t follow the guidelines, it may not be allowed to be shown. Which is your favourite advert and why?
We have laws to protect us all and ensure we have freedom to choose, to share opinions and to act in a way that does not harm others. Laws/rules are important. Which rule in our school do you think is good and why?
What does the word “liberty” mean? Individual Liberty What we do with the things in our care is our responsibility. Things that may seem old or even broken, may be repairable or of great use to someone else. How have you recycled something?
Democracy The politicians we vote for, make key decisions about our country including changes that might make our lives easier through debate and democratic consultation. We may not always agree with the actions made but you have a right to voice your concerns or approval. Never be afraid to talk and make sure the School […]
This week in 4 Blue we have been learning all about the Story of the Windrush by K.Chimbiri. We learnt that after WWII the Empire Windrush brought people to England (the Mother Country) from the Caribbean. We explored what life was like for these people and how this generation has helped to shape the country […]
How do you contribute to the Broad Heath community? A great citizen thinks of others not just themselves.
Yet another individual that has made us all feel proud. Inaaya’s dad started to run marathons in July and has completed three already. Inaaya has been training with dad and took part in the Rugby half marathon with the medal being an added incentive! I have been reliably informed that at one stage Inaaya said […]
Pranay sat a test last month to determine whether he would be able to attend a grammar school and although nervous….. Congratulations Pranay!
This is a WW2 heroine Noor Inayat Khan who was captured and tortured by the “enemy” but never betrayed her British friends or colleagues. She was a great women who gave her life for this country. I think she is worthy of recognition don’t you? Can you find out any more information about her?
Each day Mrs Frankish shares how proud she is of the staff, pupils, parents and governors of Broad Heath Primary School but today I would like to share how proud I am of Mrs Frankish. Mrs Frankish has been recommended for and granted the Coventry Award of Merit!! The award is a way of recognising and honouring […]
On Sunday 14th October 2018 our very own Miss Cochrane did something amazing outside of school. She ran the Birmingham Half Marathon. A gruelling 13.1 miles (20k) in the pouring rain!!! Miss Cochrane completed the Marathon (in the pouring rain) in an amazing 2 hours and 36 minutes. I was told that she wanted to […]
We were invited to the National Memorial Arboretum today to take part in the celebrations to commemorate the Commonwealth contribution to the British Armed Forces. What should we take away from the celebrations today? Do you know anyone who was part of the Commonwealth contribution?
Rule of Law Our laws ensure that we are treated equally, regardless of our skin colour, gender or anything else that makes us who we are. Tell me why you are proud to be YOU!
It was made official today 3 Red were handed the trophy by the one the only… GRAHAM. Make sure you all remember to support each other and who knows which class will win next time!
Mutual Respect Everyone is different and everyone deserves the right to be included. We will do all that we can to ensure others are included at every opportunity at Broad Heath School. Tell me how we ensure this happens at this school?
All countries have laws. Laws are made to ensure we are all kept safe and there are consequences for crimes, that people commit. In school we have rules, which is our law- which rule do you think is the most important?
Respect Google and other search engines can be very powerful and empowering, but with great power comes responsibility. It’s important to show respect and consideration when we use this technology. Tell me a rule you think is important when using IT?
Reception Blue have been learning about being respectful and how they can show this by being good friends and listening to each other.