Write down the school rules and make a promise next to them detailing how you will follow the rule. For example, One of the school rules is to respect and care for all things. I will follow this rule when I am on the adventure playground, as I will ensure I treat all equipment with […]
Class Blogs 17-18
A huge thank you and well done to Chloe and Leona for taking time out of their summer holiday to help at Coventry Sports Week. Wearing their purple t-shirts, they were fantastic ambassadors for Broad Heath and Coventry, helping people in Coventry to learn about Japan – making origami t-shirts, taking the chopstick challenge and […]
Here are two children who were selected to complete a challenge of their own. Let’s see how they got on!
This week we had to solve many problems whether they were big ones or small ones! Here are some the challenges we faced! 1. What was your favourite challenge? 2. Why do we need to know how to solve problems? Well done on your last project week 1 Red!
Today we shared lots of sporting achievements with the whole school, in wide range of sports. This year 288 pupils have represented team BH, and we’ve even reached 4 county finals… Yr 2 GymnasticsYr 4 TennisYr 6 Boys RowingYr 5 Boys Cricket The highlight of the year being the year 6 boys who managed to […]
A few parents have asked what they/their children can do over the holidays to either learn new things or revise their learning from Year 2. I would advise you to focus on mastering the Year 2 curriculum and to not start Year 3 work. So here are our recommendations. REMEMBER: Your children will have access […]
Reading Maths Reception Ramarni Jassal Hanfaa Naqash Year 1 Safah Dean Manvi Raj Year 2 Ravi and Rahima Archi Patel Year 3 Abinash Namapalan Velin Raykov Year 4 Mahamad Yousif Safa Hussain Year 5 Zabit Malaj Esa Khan Year 6 Maleeha Memi Shaakira Khan Key Stage 1/EYFS Class Certificate of Excellence Certificate of Recognition […]
Thank you for a great year, you are all super heroes.
This half term we have had two super spellers! These two children have gone above and beyond all year. Showcasing what it takes to be a brilliant BH learner in the classroom and out. Miss Harrison-Brandon awarded these two superstars with their prizes…enjoy!
Some of the children in 1 Blue were set the following task. They worked independently to complete the challenge and went through several stages of Problem Solving to be able to complete the challenge. To make a structure for a Lego man to cross the road using only 14 Art Straws.
Hi Year 6, What can we say….. What a great Year it has been full of fun, laughter, learning and progress. We have gone through highs and lows but never gave up. We are extremely proud of all your achievements and we hope all you dreams and aspirations come true. We wish you a wonderful […]
Summer Reading Challenge Reading for pleasure is more important to children’s successes than education or social class. The Summer Reading Challenge gets three quarters of a million children into libraries to keep up their reading skills and confidence during the long holidays while the local libraries help build a lifelong reading habit. Because everything changes […]
On Thursday 19th July 8 boys from year 5 travelled to Edgbaston to compete in the warwickshire Kwik Cricket County Final. The boys were: Mohammed, Abdi, Osman, Rayhaan, Matthew, Shakib, Pranay & Zabit. They played 5 games in total winning 1, drawing 1 & Losing 3… Broad Heath 250 – 250 Shrubbery (Draw) Broad Heath […]
At the start of the World Cup each class picked a team in the sweepstake and were challenged to produce a piece of homework researching that particular country. There were over 50 entries from several classes, well done to everyone who entered and congratulations to the winners! (Please watch the video to see who the […]
Tonight, several members of staff played rounders against a select team of year 6 pupils, to challenge them for bragging rights before they leave and continue their journey into secondary. The game was very competitive with Some huge hits from both staff and pupils (Kayden clearing the adventure playground fence). Both team faced 30 good […]
Well done to Rahima, Aleena, Danyaal and Raihaan who took part in the SOLE project this week. They had to find the answer to 5 clues in order to help them solve a murder mystery. These clues involved using coordinates, cracking codes and solving puzzles as a team.
On Wednesday 18th July the year 6 classes played an inter form rounders match against each other. Both teams had 30 good balls and there was some great fielding and batting was on Display and the final scores were: 6 RED – 9.5 Rounders (9 OUTS) 6 White – 6 Rounders (17 OUTS)
2 Blue have really enjoyed solving lots of different problems this week. We shared the story of The Gingerbread Man, talked about the problems he encountered and discussed how he could have tackled them differently. As well as designing a bridge for him to cross, we also collected materials to make him a shelter and […]
These children had a challenge to solve. They needed to work out how to use 10 art straws to make a bridge for a Lego man to road. They showed great teamwork, shared their ideas well and were pleased with their end result.
Keisha brought a certificate in today on behalf of her sister. Thank you for looking at this post.
Hi 4 Red, Myself and Mrs Janjua loved spending this morning with you and are so excited to teach you next year! Here is the video which we showed you in class: Well done for today, the work you produced was incredible and we can’t wait to help you gain next year. In case I […]
Clue 1 We used the coordinates to unravel and unscramble a sentence. This sentence revealed our first clue. Saira sketched up a wanted poster, whilst Ravi narrowed down the 32 suspects. “It’s a girl. Girls have long hair”- Saira “I think it’s Miss Harrison-Brandon”- Ravi Clue 2 We had to spot a pattern to work […]
Today’s challenged required us to create our own bridge. To do this we needed to start with researching the purpose and structure of bridges as well as famous architects. We then used this knowledge to create a design and create our bridges in groups. We then tested our designs, some were able to hold the […]
It has been a tremendous week filled with fun, energy and a lot of brain power. This week has been ‘Problem Solving week’ based on the gingerbread man. We have been ever so lucky to take part in a range of activities – even outside the classroom! Knitting a sleeping bag for the gingerbread man […]
3 White have been challenges to create a skipping rope in teams, using only plastic bags and sellotape. We researched skipping ropes using the internet. What did you find out? We tested different skipping ropes outside on the playground- Which material was best? Why? After that we designed and created our skipping ropes in teams. […]
Reception Blue are really missing Mrs Roberts – both the pupils and the staff. The parents of the children have got together and brought gifts to wish her well. We are all thinking of her and are looking forward to seeing her in the new academic year.
Look at how creative reception children are with their 3D models.
Children created tomato carriers, using boxes with a range of resources. Children have been able to design and a build a model that could transport as many cherry tomatoes as possible, at the same time, and without squashing them. They built a basket to hold your their cherry tomatoes and design and a device to […]