During wellbeing day, a small group of super stars worked really hard to begin planting vegetables 🥕🥬🫑🌽🍅 Below we will share weekly progress and hopefully enjoy these treats on our next well-being day. Week 0 Which vegetables did you plant? What three things do you need to do to ensure the vegetables will grow. Week […]
You persevered through the seeds, weeds and thought about the needs of others… There is not much more to say but THANK YOU for being such a caring group of Broad Heath Citizens!
This project week 6B have been studying the Artist and Sculptor, Sayaka Ganz, who predominantly associates herself with the country Japan. Sayaka’s work is inspirational and meaningful. Her work is reliant on plastic materials and waste that people have thrown away. She collects materials that will be useful for her sculptures, reclaims them and uses […]
Our year 6 ECO Warriors have been very busy building a hydroponics station to grow Vegetables which will be used within our school community. Hydroponics grows plants without soil; it uses water, nutrients and air to make the plants grow.
Thank you to all of the ECO Warriors who helped make our biodome a tidier and usable area (a special thank you to Mrs Beniston too)! We were so excited to make sure that all the weeds were cleared and that the soil trays are ready for the school to use. It made the children […]
Please look at what we discussed in our first ECO Warrior meeting! We are all enthused to be ECO Warriors and are excited to be helping towards looking after our school.
As ECO coordinator, Mrs Carter is creating a group of tenacious, respectful and caring children to help us actively play a part in looking after our environment and thinking about looking after our world. We would like a grandparent/mum/dad or carer to be involved in with supporting our ECO Warriors every half term to develop […]
Do you have a recycling bin at home? Where does the recycling go? Why do we collect it? Do you think you could recycle more? What can be recycled? ALL of these things can be recycled. They are all used for packaging. We need packaging to keep things clean, to transport them efficiently and stop […]
Hopefully, you have had a chance to read the ‘Green School: Welcome and Council’ blog posted earlier today, where we are looking for Green School Councillors to get involved. The next thing we need is a logo! This is another opportunity for you to get involved with turning Broad Heath into ‘Green School’. We would […]
Welcome to Broad Heath’s brand new Green School blog. We are sure you have all noticed the Bio-dome and the out-door maths area at the bottom of the school field, plus the exciting garden area being developed by St Paul’s gate. In the next couple of months, we will see lots of new things happening […]