Today we explored the effects of tsunamis on communities and livelihoods. Imagine that you work for a charity that is creating aid parcels to send to people who have been effected in a tsunami. You can only send 5 items per household. Which 5 things would you choose to send – you will need to […]
Class 6 White Blog 21-22
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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 […]
Hello Mrs Morris’s Memory Cage group. I hope you have all managed to read Chapter 10, as we discussed. Please complete the task below: Compare Reverend Posselthwaite’s study (page 103 ‘The room … don’t I dear?’) and Grandad’s Den (page 60 ‘In one corner … was the train set.). How are they similar or different? […]
Non-negotiable children:Homework is due on Wednesday or before.All online homework must be completed and home work books returned to school. Week 2 WOW homeworkOption 1: Create a model of a building which could survive an Earthquake. (Label the infrastructure explaining how this design will survive) Option 2: Fractions challenge below (please complete in homework books) […]
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 […]
Good morning to the children, who are currently not in due to Covid or absent when feeling poorly. We hope you feel better soon! It will be a great shame for you to miss out on key learning, so if you’re up for it please complete the Maths and Basic Skills via google classroom app. […]
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.
Spring 1 – Week 1 Overview This Week’s Homework Grid Homework Activities Setting Description for Journey to the Centre of the Earth 6W – please complete your checklist 6 Red Jemisons(2 tasks from each section via Education City) Mathletics – Fractions(4 tasks set on Mathletics). SPAG.com Reading journal and challenges completed Week 2 Spellings – […]
This weeks attendance figure is 95.5% Hope everyone has a lovely weekend!
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 Thursday Year 6 After School Multi Sports Club that will start from Thursday 13th January and will run for 5 weeks. Can all the students named on the blog reply by filling in the form from this link; 6 Blue 6 White 6 Red Sheima Rajbir Singh […]
(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 […]
We have been learning about fractions this term. Your challenges are linked to fractions of amount. Think carefully about what the question is asking you to do. Bronze A little monkey had 60 peaches. He decided to give away 3/4 of his peaches. How many peaches did he have left? Explain how you got your answer […]
Happy New Year everyone! I hope you are all well and feeling as eager as we are to return to school tomorrow. Starting this Friday, Year 6 children will take part in a 10 week course delivered by an education programme called DAaRT. The aim of the programme is to educate children about making healthy […]
In Spring 1, your Geography unit will be ‘Natural Disasters’. For your Reading Challenge, we would like you to watch the following clips, read the web links and conduct your own research on HURRICANES, TORNADOES, TYPHOONS AND CYCLONES. Please complete in your homework books. https://www.weatherwizkids.com/weather-hurricane.htm https://www.ducksters.com/science/earth_science/hurricanes.php Bronze Challenge – Create a fact file on hurricanes […]
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. […]
Dear Parent of Pupil in 6 White, Advice for Children close contacts of positive COVID-19 cases We have been advised that there has been a confirmed case of COVID-19 within 6 White. We have identified that your child may have been in close contact with the affected case (s). In line with national guidance, we […]
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?
If your child tests positive for Covid between today and Wednesday 22nd December, please can you inform me by email – firstname.lastname@example.org We are also asking that you check the blogs daily until this date for any updates on close contacts. Wishing you all a restful and safe Christmas
Broad Heath Termly Reception My teacher said She always following the school rules and showing kindness to everyone in reception. She is a super tidier and takes pride in making sure our classroom is clean. My teacher said He always taking care of this friends and doing the right thing. My teacher said He always […]