Many thanks for the lovely cards and gifts. The greatest gift I treasure,is watching you children, grow into caring, respectful and kind young people. Keep being ace and see you all on September 5 th;breakfast club will be available as from 8 am to anyone in Reception to Y 6. Have a great summer.
Class 6 Red Blog 21-22
Hi Year 6, here you are at the end of primary school and ready for next chapter of your life. You have worked hard, worked as a team and achieved great results. My self , Mr Inman and Mrs Jones wish you all the best for secondary school. Keep gaining! Keep smiling! Check out the […]
A big well done to all of the School Councillors who did a fantastic job this year. Because of this, Mrs Raja-Khan and I shared our appreciation by having a small celebration with some food and drink. Thank you for a great year!
Dear Parents/Carers, In September there are a few things we would like to share with you. As part of our support in light of rising prices we are asking that parents pay a £30 per child one off payment for trips for the whole year. This is for day trips only. The average cost of […]
Hey year 6. Just so you know, tomorrow (Friday the 22nd July) and Monday will both be non uniform days. I look forward to seeing you all tomorrow. Mr Inman
Wow! What an incredible evening Year 6 have truly enjoyed themselves dancing, singing and eating sweet treats! A well deserved reward for a well behaved cohort. Each and everyone of you have worked your socks off and clearly we all lived in the moment and made memories last night! What was your favourite part of […]
You have all worked incredibly hard this year, long hours of learning and revision at home. Your results last week were a reflection of the efforts you put in! Well done! Now it is time to celebrate, to spend time with your friends and make your final memories at BH- a place which celebrates all […]
This term we have invited children to bring an adult to afterschool club, where we’ve been taking part in cricket games. Both children and adults have enjoyed taking part this year, and they have also been to the park at the weekend! Have a look and see how they got on.
The British Council has set a challenge for all of you – The Great Spanish Language Challenge! As it is ‘Citizenship Week’ I thought this would be a great opportunity to learn more about the world we live in, as we are ‘Citizen’s of the World’ as well. Complete the challenge below – how many […]
Hello, Very high temperatures are forecast for next week. School will: Care for all its pupils as it does every day Ensure their water bottles are full and they are encouraged to drink. Slow things down, PE will be done under the Muga cover, in the shade. Parents need to: Send children in PE kits […]
Every week the children are rewarded for their fantastic behaviour inside and outside the classroom. These examples of fantastic individuals have shown how they can be excellent, how they have been recognised for splendid work and behaviour, and how they are a great citizen. This occurs each week, so you have a chance to show […]
Year 5 have thoroughly enjoyed meeting up with Year 6 this afternoon. The Year 5 children gathered together some questions they had about Year 6 and then had the opportunity to ask them this afternoon. The Children have had some fantastic conversations which have been extremely valuable for them and has relieved any worries the […]
This week’s attendance figure is 92.5% Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!
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This weekend we are promoting the community mile in Edgewick park as after there is a community cricket session. It’s available to young and old, and would be a great chance to have a go at scanning your QR code to earn points for Broad Heath. I will be there to show you how, as […]
Comprehension 1) How did Kensuke teach Michael to paint? 2) What did Kensuke want to learn? 3) Why do you think Michael no longer misses his parents? 4) How do Michael and Kensuke learn to trust each other? 5) Why is the word “silence” repeated? 6) Why does the chapter start with a memory? 7) […]
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Children of Broad Heath are you ready to see the best leavers play of all time? The Year Six children have been working very hard to create a performance which will leave you smiling!Every child has brought out their creativity this half term to learn a range of songs, dances, art and performance skills. Monday […]
Fantastic news! Broad Heath currently sit TOP of the go parks leaderboard! Thank you to all the parents and children for supporting this competition and drive to get our young people out to open spaces, but it’s not over yet. There are 6 more days, so please keep going and register as many times as […]
Afternoon, The hot weather is here and looks to be lasting a few weeks. I suggest that the children come to school in their PE and shorts EVERY DAY so it is cooler for them. Swimming will still carry on; the last week being next week- Friday 22nd last swimming session. We will be having […]
This morning, some of our Year 5 and 6 children represent Broad Heath at a conference about Peace and Reconciliation. They listened to an address from the Lord Mayor and were fortunate enough to meet a representative from the United Nations. Both year groups had produced a piece of art which they were on display […]
Hola Clase! Today I want you to read the following text: ‘ La description de mi casa’ (The description of my house) Mi casa tiene cuatro plantas. En el sontano esta la lavandaria. En la planta baja esta la cocina con un comedar, un aseo y un salon muy grande. En la segunda planta esta […]
Comprehension chapter 6- Abundai! 1) What does Michael keep in his pocket? 2) What does Kensuke do with Michael’s fire-glass? 3) Why does Michael feel like defying Kensuke? 4) How does anger help Michael make a plan to escape? 5) How does tension build up in this chapter? 6) How does Michael describe missing home? […]
On Thursday the 21st of July, we are welcoming the Composer of the Coventry City of Culture Cantata: Kevin Stannard. Kevin will deliver an hours workshop with two year groups. Year 4 & 5 have been learning songs about Coventry’s historical and Industrial past. https://www.kevinstannardmusic.com/
TWELVE lucky children have the opportunity to represent our school next Tuesday 12th July at the Coventry Cathedral. This will be the first international All Schools conference in support of the United Nations Outreach Programme on the Transatlantic Slave Trade and Slavery. The aim of this conference is to build a relationship between Coventry schools […]
Comprehension: 1) How does Stella react to Kensuke? 2) What is Michael’s “recurring nightmare”? 3) Why does Michael feel “betrayed” by Stella? 4) Why does Michael decide to accept Kensuke’s terms? 5) Who is the most powerful character at this point? 6) Is “dejected” a good word to describe Michael’s feelings? Why? 7) Do you […]