Year 4's Egg Creations for the Easter Competition were just "EGGceptional"! We were so impressed with their entries it was EGGstremely difficult to choose the winners! Well done to everyone for their time and effort. Mrs Blomeley
It's back! By popular demand we are re-starting Times Table of the Week! Every Monday we will choose two new times table facts (one for Key Stage 1 and one for Key Stage 2). These facts will be displayed in every classroom and in key areas around the school. Teachers and other staff will ask children about the initial fact, as well as all the other facts they can derive from it. For example, if 2 x 19 = 18, what is 18 divided by 2? We hope that parents can get involved too! Thank you for your support! Mrs Blomeley
Last week, children and staff at Broadbent Fold took time to reflect on it being a year since the start of Covid and the first lockdown.
Easter for many is the most important time of year, a time to reflect on the Easter story and importance of hope.
Have a look at the muddychurch website, attached are some examples, the social media/website has a range of enjoyable activities to make children and adults reflect and think. Share your activities on Seesaw for class teachers to see.
Congratulations to our whole school handwriting winners in Spring 2:
Year 1- Mia
Year 2- Alyssia
Year 3- Lucy
Year 4- Heidi
Year 5- Ava
Year 6 - Freya
We are using a new scheme in school called 'Letterjoin'. All of these children have impressed their teachers! Their magnificent work has been displayed on our writing display near Mrs Parker's office.
This week Year 2 have been making bees from Alder cones, making dens and playing the forest ranger game.
Back to school meant back in action for the Pupil Leadership Team! Their first task was to help their classes create a "wish list" of books for their own reading areas and the library. Then they attended an important meeting to discuss some exciting events happening soon! New fitness equipment,that was chosen by last year's Pupil Leaders for the KS2 playground is on its way! There will be a grand opening in the next few weeks! They also discussed fundraising ideas to help raise money to improve the EYFS Playground. Ideas such as dress up days and Covid safe sales were discussed.
I would like to say a huge thank you to Morrisons for donating a box of books which I will place in our school library.
A nice little treat for when we return to school