This week Year 3 have been taking part in a science investigation around their topic of ‘Plants’. Their investigation was based on testing sweet peas and planting them in three different pots, ‘small’ ‘medium’ and ‘large pots’. The aim of the investigation was to observe which flower in each pot was the most successful in […]
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Some Year 2 children were set the big question: ‘Should animals be used in the circus?’ They worked as a group to research and discuss their findings. They have collated reasons for and against using animals in the circus. They created an Imovie to share the information the have found. Year 2- Do you think […]
Today, Year 2 became detectives!! We had a mystery to solve… SOMEONE had stolen our clown’s juggling balls. The only clues we had was a footprint and a shadowy figure on CCTV. Luckily this led us to work out the suspect’s height so it was our mission to find the culprit using our measuring skills! […]
What a super day! There was a real big top on the school field and we watched a fantastic circus show! This was extremely exciting as many of us had never seen a real circus big top or watched a circus show! 2 Red were very impressed! The fun didn’t end there….. later on we […]
Here is a brilliant, thought provoking competition for you or your child to enter. It is to think about a job they would like to have in the future. Whether it is the brains behind bringing water to the Kalahari Desert or building the first robot hairdresser or being an alien lawyer… There are prizes […]
Last week, we learnt the skill of debating. Today we would like you to debate… ‘Should animals be used in the circus?’ Can you give any reasons why animals SHOULD be used in the circus? Can you give any reasons why animals SHOULD NOT be used in the circus? Please write in full sentences.
This weeks attendance is 96.7% We have slipped this week – Lets try and aim for 97% in the last week of term.
Who do you think these people are? What are they doing? Where are they going? Why? How are they feeling? Why do you think this? What happens inside this tent? What do you predict will happen in this story? What will the problem be? How will it end?
We hope you all had an amazing week. The staff were all extremely proud of the discussions, role play, maths, art work…..we could go on and on. This week has proven a further example of what we can achieve when we work together and also shown that we are indeed a courageous cohesive community with […]
Hi Year 2, We will be visiting Foleshill library on Tuesday 18th July. Please ensure you bring in your library cards and any library books that you would like to return. We are visiting on Tuesday to find out about the ‘Summer reading challenge’. Make sure you have your library card so you can sign […]
Look at the picture below. Why do you think the Tennis tournament in Wimbledon is so important to Britain? [pdf-embedder url=”http://www.broadheath.coventry.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/KS1-Resource-WIMBLEDON-12th-July.pdf” title=”KS1 Resource -WIMBLEDON 12th July”] To celebrate Wimbledon, Year 2 carried out activities to practise various Tennis skills. What have you learnt about Wimbledon? Which tennis skills have you improved?
We have been learning about the paralympics and researched a British paralympian called Ellie Simmonds. We made our own posters about her. We learnt that Goalball is a sport played in the paralympics and we played our own game. We used blindfolds to help us to gain respect for athletes with blindness. What is the […]
This week our superstars have carried out their own project based on the origins of British food. The children split into different groups and they would like to share their findings with you… Can you tell me what you have learnt during this project? What skills were used?
Read the text and answer the questions in full sentences on the blog. Caterpillars & Butterflies Is it a new or an old tournament? Where is Wimbledon held? Name 2 women tennis players. Andy Murray was the 1st British men’s champion in how many years? What must players wear? How many main events are there? […]
We will have a whole school picnic at 12 and children are free to leave at 1 pm. Nursery will be open in the morning that day, for afternoon and morning children together from 8:30-11:30 am. Any questions please ask.
2 Red’s Great Debates [ads_color_box color_background=”#add3f0″ color_text=”=#ffffff”]Today was DAY 3 of British Values week. We looked at how the government works in the UK and how important decisions are made in Britain. [/ads_color_box] [tds_info]A democracy is a country where the people choose their government.[/tds_info] In the UK, discussions are held by members of the government […]
Hi Year 2, In Topic this term, we learnt about Australia. The country of Australia is a democracy, just like ours. Watch the video about Australia’s democracy and write about what the word, democracy, means.
Today, we have been learning all about British food. We used a map of Britain to locate where different foods originate from. What types of food grows in Britain? What is a traditional British meal? We followed a recipe to make a traditional Victoria sponge cake and we used our table manners when eating this. […]
What a fantastic start to British Values week! Today we have been learning what is meant by the term ‘Respect’ as this is a very important British value. We wrote what respect meant to us to help decorate our school MUGA. What is respect? How can we show respect? Watch our video to find out […]
This week is British Values week. Today we are focusing on: So what does respect mean? Here are the guys from Sesame Street to remind you… Can you tell me somebody you respect and how you SHOW them respect? Perhaps you might write about … somebody who helps you in the community like a police […]
Fantastic again. 98.8% this week. Well done One red, Three blue and Four blue – you all achieved 100%.
Week 4 Key Stage 1/EYFS Class Superstar Work Teamwork Citizen of the Week Nursery AM Hanfaa Naqash Nursery PM Tyson Millward RR Ayaan Mattu Inaaya Shazad Zakariah Dean RW Jasleen Grewal Amelia Hussain Taha Ali RB Aaminah Asghar Abdulasis Mouse Aatifa Ali 1R Ouzair Ahmed Raaqiyo Cabdi Mikolaj Przychoda 1W Mishal Naeem Aayan Mattu Saanvi […]
We have counted and verified the total amount of Sainsbury’s vouchers Broad Heath has collected as a school. As a team we collected 6,551. WOW, I am pleased, impressed and very happy to see how well we have done! The fun part now, as we have collected so many vouchers, we will be able to […]
Hi Year 2, As you know, this week we are learning about Tanzania, an east African country. Firstly, watch the video called ‘Zahra’. https://www.literacyshed.com/the-other-cultures-shed.html Can you write a diary entry, pretending that you are the girl living in Africa? Top Tips! Begin with ‘Dear Diary…’. Remember to use the first person. Talk about feelings – […]
Hi 2 Red, Today you have been to Year 3. Mr Wilson and Mrs Patel have really enjoyed spending the morning with you. Your new class mantra is ‘Going for Gold’. What does this mean? How will you go for gold in Year 3? What do you want to learn? How will you make progress? […]
A massive thank you to all of those who turned up to support the children and the school in such a brilliant event! Another big thank you and congratulations to Mr Burgess and Mr Mountford for another successful sports day! And lets not forget all the staff, Graham and Mrs Frankish for creating such an […]
[ads_hr hr_style=”hr-fade”] The morning started well and the weather outside was good. Then it began to look overcast and some hearts began to sink but Broad Heath did it again. By 12 o’clock the sun was beaming and so were the staff and families. The Broad Heath family made the Summer Fair yet another memorable event […]
Thank you all for your support and ensuring we had another memorable day. We raised just over £1500, which goes towards the purchase of our new stalls which cost the school a few thousand pounds. Well done team BH!
Hi Everyone, Firstly, well done to the year 6 children for their efforts with the fiver challenge this week. Some of them faced some unforeseen difficulties relating to their businesses but adapted and worked well regardless. Secondly, thank you to the rest of the children and adults in school who helped and supported us, either […]