The week ahead …

hello5Good morning, I hope everyone has enjoyed a rather cold weekend!

A few things this week –

Thursday – year 6 have their maths Inspire workshop. Please come straight into school when you have dropped the children and have a hot drink! The new maths shop will be open again today – well done to the year 6 girls and Miss Case for this lovely idea. Things on sale range from 10p to £2.

Friday – 4S have their class assembly, gates will open at 9.55am for a 10am start.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!


A super week of learning!

img_2683It was lovely to see a real enthusiasm for learning going on as I walked around school this afternoon and popped into classrooms.

We have had a great week with  teachers planning really amazing and creative activities for the start of their new topics and the children have been working hard and having fun with their learning.

These two boys were really keen to show off their fantastic art work this afternoon they even went on a mini tour to share it with as many people as possible they were so proud!

Lots to be proud of – well done for a super week everyone!

Attendance matters!

See the source imageCan we please remind you about the importance of attending school every day. Children can find it really difficult if they have missed lessons and it can be very difficult to catch up. Obviously, if your child is genuinly ill we do not expect them in school and the best place for a sick child is at home.
However we are having a number of children being kept off school when they are not ill, it may be because they have been up late the night before and are tired, they have had a dentist/doctor’s appointment first thing and do not return to school or they have slept in or got up late. We have weekly meetings to monitor attendance as it is everyone’s duty to ensure that children are in school.
Well done to everyone who does manage to get their children in to school every day.  Can I ask that you think very carefully before keeping children at home and always keep school informed – it makes it very difficult if we cannot contact you and in these circumstances we often make a home visit.
Thank you

The week ahead …


Well, we seem to be having a few quiet weeks in the early part of this spring term! There are no additional things to remind parents of this week.

As you know there are not any clubs this half term which has made the diary look thin. Staff are currently signing up for a full week of after school activities starting next half term, these include cooking, lego club, mindfulness – all sounds very exciting.

Enjoy the rest of the weekend, see you on Monday.

Great week back!

We have had a lovely first week back, although everyone has been a bit tired! In assembly this week we made a whole school new year resolution that everyone promised they would try to follow. We discussed that if things don’t go well you shouldn’t give up, just look at it as a blip and keep trying!

I promise that I will try my best when I am in school.

I will try to make good choices.

If I am finding it tough I will try and get some help from those around me

and if I see someone finding it tough I will try to help them.

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The week ahead …

A great big Happy New Year to everyone! I do hope that you have enjoyed the break and are rested for the new term ahead.

Unfortunately, we have no clubs running this half term, but I can reassure you these will start again in the second half of the term. Keep your eyes peeled for a letter.

We are delighted to say that Mrs Weston is returning from her maternity leave and will be working for three days a week, mainly with years 5 and 6. Other than that it is quite a quiet return back to school.

Monday is a teacher day so children do not return until Tuesday. The only other message really is for 4C who will begin swimming on Wednesday.

Enjoy the rest of your time and I wish you all a very happy and peaceful new year.Image result for happy new year

Happy Christmas!

Here we are at the end of the term. Well done and thank you to everyone for your hard work. Enjoy a fantastic Christmas with friends and family and see you in the new year!

Goodbye! :(

Today marks the final day for four of our long serving teaching assistants. It is with a heavy heart that we say goodbye to Mrs Wright, Mrs Sargeant, Mrs Chabannais and Mrs Ashforth. I know that Broadmeadow has been a huge part of their lives over the years and they have seen many changes during their time here.  This school is a truly special place and I know that although there are tears today the lovely memories that these staff leave with us, and take away with them, will remain for a long time to come. We wish them lots of luck as they begin a new phase in their lives. We will miss you!IMG_20181221_110420[1]

Lots to celebrate!

We had a lovely morning yesterday as we visited the church for our annual carol concert, this was followed by Christmas dinner in school and the times table Mastermind.

Ash were the winners in a very closely contested competition. Well done.

Attendance Matters!

Today we celebrated good attendance in school – and there was a lot to celebrate.

39 children received a certificate for 98% attendance this term and 3 children for 99%.

97 children received a certificate and a bear for 100% autumn term attendance.

One child from each year group also won a Christmas bear in the draw – well done Raphael, Kayla, Josh and Ruby.

The class for the best attendance this term is 4S with 96.8%.

The class with the most 100% attenders and winning Sven the Reindeer is 6H with 18 children being in school all term.

Well done everyone!Image result for attendance

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