Head teacher's blog

Silver Medal Winners!

Our year 5 and 6 cricket team took part in a tournament yesterday against 8 other Tameside Primary Schools at Hyde Cricket ground. They won their round of matches and made it to the final against Arles. We did outstanding fielding, batting and team work. I was so proud to support and observe our young people going for gold! We came away with the silver medal, which we are so proud of. Next our year 3 and 4 pupils will take the challenge and I cannot wait to see how they do. Our trophy will being placed in our ever-growing cabinet. 


Start Small, Dream Big Primary Pilot.

We are delighted that our school has been selected to take part in an exciting pilot programme to improve careers education in primary schools across England. This pilot programme is being run by your local Careers Hub, funded by The Careers & Enterprise Company and evaluated in partnership with ImpactEd Evaluation. ImpactEd Evaluation is an independent evaluator that supports high-quality monitoring and evaluation in schools.  


Careers Week - the fire service

Year 5 had a fantastic visit from Green Watch today. They discussed the importance of respect, honesty, hard-work and dedication needed in their jobs. The Fire Fighters gave an overview of the training needed to work as a team and the long hours involved. Many were very inspired by their talk. Thank you to Green Watch for their time and delivering lots of important messages. 


Careers Week

Careers Week takes place this week and in line with our school moto - Learning Today for Tomorrow's World. Pupils will be exploring skills they need for jobs now and in the future.  We have: Greater Manchester Police, Greater Manchester Fire Service, accountant, GB athlete, Sale Sharks rugby player, Engineer, architect, Holy Trinity to name but a few. Thank you to our families who are supporting this week too. We are reviewing our curriculum and ensuring these skills are embedded into learning. Have a look on our blog for our pictures and questions all week. 


Breaking Barriers Tour

Year 5 and 6 took part in a workshop, exploring how boys and girls can be good allies to each other, to help reduce the levels of harmful behaviours and violence against women and girls in society.

It aims to help level the playing field for boys and girls by showing each other equal respect, and boys calling out harmful behaviour and attitudes. It was very powerful and emotive. 


Easter Egg Donation

Just look at all these chocolates ready to raffle. Thank you to Asda superstore for all their generous donations. Our Head Girl and Head Boy were very tempted to have a bite!


Team Emerald Winners!

A huge congratulations to Team Emerald, who have won the House Cup and will recieve non-uniform day on Thursday 28th March. The team scored a huge 1,099 points! Well done. 


#Let Girls Play

We received a certificate for us taking part in #Letgirlsplay day. Look at our pictures across the blogs, lots to celebrate with equality in sport. 


British Science Week

In 1994 British Science Week began - 30 years ago. Here at Broadbent Fold we are teaching our future inventors and scientists! Keep an eye on the blog for our workshops, experiments, awe and wonder! 


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