Monday, 16 July 2018

Y6 Quest for Arthur

Well done to all of the Year 6 team who helped to put together a fantastic performance of The Quest for Arthur. Based on the tale of the Sword in the Stone and the legends of the Knight of the Round Table, the children had a great time exploring the myth as they prepared the show.

However this wasn't an ordinary performance. With the support of the National Theatre the children were helped with stage management workshops, lent smoke machines and lights. This expert help really ensured that it was a fabulous finish to the year. 





LACA Catering Champions

At Broadford we believe in doing all we can to provide a world class education. This was recognised last year at the TES Awards when we became the overall School of the Year for 2017. Of course, an outstanding school needs an outstanding kitchen. When the Havering Catering team decided to enter our cooks into the LACA awards, we had every confidence that they would be successful.

Every year the LACA Awards for Excellence acknowledge individuals and teams of people who continue to make a real difference in education catering. 

Good management, strong performances and high achievements deserve to be recognised at any time. Acknowledgement of effort is particularly important to not only reward but sustain motivation.

Well done to everyone at Havering Catering - who also won an award for their new Veggie App game - and in the Broadford team. A fantastic achievement!

This is part of the nomination that contributed to the decision of the judges:
We believe that our staff should show passion, warmth and unconditional positive regard when interacting with the pupils. Michelle’s team Michelle and her team would be worthy winners as they have demonstrated a tremendous level of enthusiasm throughout the year. This commitment and effort to promote the school lunch service has seen an 18% increase in the number of lunches provided in 2017. Michelle has been a fantastic partner, working proactively with the Senior Leadership Team and teachers to devising and implement activities that have helped to drive this growth. For instance pupils has the chance to undertake a food technology course as part of the Broadford University provision, with pupils becoming real chefs under the guidance of the kitchen team - a key part of the nomination that earned our TES accolade.

Theme days have been a major contributing factor to raising both the profile and take up of the school meals offer. Fireworks Feast, Winter Wonderland and linking menus to our Broadford Sports Month saw participation rise by 26% on those occasions.







Y6 Legacy Assembly

Year 6 pupils at Broadford put on a fantastic Legacy Assembly - the final part of their four year long spiritual curriculum. In this grand finale the children are encouraged to reflect on their time at Broadford and consider:

  • what have they learnt, that they will take with them to their new school?
  • how have they had a positive impact on the school - what legacy will they leave behind?
With the support of Rev Rich, the pupils then write their key achievements and hopes for the future onto a key, and lock a padlock as a symbol of the part of them to be left behind.

During the assembly it is also a chance for the children to share their most memorable moments from the last eight years. Staff use it as a time to celebrate individual and team achievements with a wide array of awards.

Thank you to Rev Rich for the time that you gave to make this possible. 







Thomas’s Story

Thomas came straight into class and headed for the writing area.

I had a story in my head and I wanted to write it down!
Thomas

We were all very impressed to read his story about a family of dinosaurs. They didn't live a 'very long time ago' they lived  a 'very, very, very, very long time ago.'

For a child of only 5 to be displaying that conscious control over formality is amazing!

Well done Thomas, we loved your writing!



Y5 Fiver Challenge

Our Year 5 pupils held their stall sale as the culmination of their Fiver Challenge project. Students will use £5 pledges to get their pupil business ideas off the ground during the four weeks of the challenge, aiming to make as much profit as they can.

By taking part in the project, pupils learn what is meant by enterprise and developing ‘enterprising’ skills. Pupils also learn about the role money plays in their own and others’ lives (including how to manage their money) and about being a critical consumer

In addition to this, the project allows the pupils to develop an initial understanding of the concepts of ‘interest’, ‘loan’, ‘debt’ and ‘tax’ (e.g. their contribution to society through payment of VAT)

The Fiver Challenge project also encourages the children to think about how resources can be allocated in different ways and how these economic choices affect individuals, communities and the sustainability of the environment


How does it work?
  1. Pupils work together to decide what product or service they’ll invest their fivers in
  2. Teams source materials or products, prepare sales pitches, and plan selling events
  3. Pupils prepare and promote their selling event
  4. At the end of the Challenge pupils will repay their £5 pledges plus the 50p legacy contribution
What did the pupils think?
85% agreed that the project had given them a chance to show their 4Rs: reciprocity was seen as particularly important as they realised you need a team to be able to complete all the tasks.

100% said that they were more confident at speaking to customers and explaining their product

76% strongly agreed that the design and technology element of the project was their best part.

I loved making all the materials we needed to sell. It was hard work, but the mums and dads really seemed to like them.
Archy







Spelling Bee Champions

Congratulations to our KS1 & KS2 Spelling teams. Up against the super spellers from other Harold Hill schools they had to pull out all the stops to win. In the Infant competition it went down to the Spelling equivalent of a penalty shoot out... Broadford vs St Ursula's Infants.

The resilience training really came to the fore as the children held their nerve. Unflinching with their accuracy the team managed to win the trophy for the first time!

In the KS2 event, our spellers had some very tricky words: bourgeois, camouflage and obsequious. 

The practice that they had put in saw them through, and suddenly were were double champions!

I was very nervous when it started. Even though you have practised, you can feel your mind go blank. I knew I had to take some deep breaths and compose myself. 
Ranita

I was confident because I had rehearsed every night. If you do that all the time and make sure you spend longer on the words you find hardest it isn't that difficult.
Adam

Well done #TeamBroadford, we are all very proud of you!




New Build Update

We have now had a tour of the internal structure of the new building and it is really starting to take shape. You can clearly see the outline of the new hall space, the much larger Nursery area and the footprint of the classrooms.

Without a doubt it will be a fantastic addition to our current facilities and a welcome return to having two hall spaces. 





EYFS & KS1 are the Champions!

Congratulations to our Federation KS1 & EYFS staff who emerged triumphant after the Team Building day at #VIPFitness. The trophy will now take pride of place in each school!

Asked why they had been so dominant in the team activities:

It's easy, we spend so much time outdoors building castles and forts, transporting water, and helping the children to be resourceful that this all came naturally!
Mrs Pidgeon





Learning Federation Team Building

At the Learning Federation we believe that team building is a vital ingredient in encouraging collaboration. Staff morale is so important if you are to have an effective school. We believe that adults should challenge themselves and have fun doing so.

This time we had a day hosted by the amazing #VIPFitness in Brentwood. Danny's team did an incredible job of instantly creating a fun atmosphere with the bottle challenge. Then staff split into teams - with Broadford & Mead mixed together.

For the rest of the day the Federation team were engaged in a battle EYFS & KS1 vs KS2. Clambering over cable reels, swinging from monkey bars, splashing into muddy puddles: the staff were all committed to doing what it took to be crowned the winning Key Stage.

Although everyone put in a great effort, there were some very special mentions for some real heroes!
Mrs Keene - for making it through the tyre machine alive
Miss Hurrell - for completing a calamitous fall into the mud pit
Mrs Nicholas - for an astonishing plank time of 7mins 30secs

By the end of the sessions the winner was clear - EYFS & KS1. The real winner was the staff team spirit. Through Danny's encouragement, the collaborative nature of the tasks and the fantastic hosting from VIP our team morale couldn't be better!

An incredible day. I've tackled things today that I never thought possible!

A great way to meet my new team for September. I felt really nervous on the way in but now I've made friends, had fun and can't wait for September!

It has really bought us together and made us laugh! I was nervous, but I have really enjoyed it. It's been great to spend time together as a team.

We thought that it would be too physical, but Danny's team were great. It has been hard, but fun hard. I'm going to ache tomorrow.

A huge thank you to #VIPFitness for being so welcoming... see you next year!








New Car Park Surfaced

We have now seen the completion of the new staff car park. This part if the project will replace the car parking area at the front of the school - on the Faringdon Avenue entrance.

In future the existing car park area will be split. Part will be added to the new Nursery outdoor area. The remaining section will be converted into an auxiliary parking area.

Although the build was running behind time, the run of dry weather has allowed the brick work to progress at good speed. We are still on track for a January opening of the new site!




Summer Activities

Worried about how to keep your children occupied in the summer holidays. there are lots of activities going on in and around the local area. Please visit;

Maths Challenge & Rock Star Maths

These pupils have used their ability to think both mathematically and creatively to solve maths challenges.
Madalina, Elsie-Rose, Lacey, Fallon

These children have earned a reward in recognition of their tables thrashing, maths moshing and sum shrieking achievements.  
Alex, Nathan, Maliat, Kaitlyn, Maisie, Megan.  


Sunday, 15 July 2018

Havering Catering Services

Week beginning Monday 16th July is week 1 on the Havering catering services menu. All meals are served with unlimited salad and vegetables and cost £2.20.


Diary Dates

On Monday 16th the Harry Potter book club have the opportunity to watch the final film in the series. On Monday evening there will be an opportunity for parents to come in and meet with class teachers regarding pupil reports. Please sign up outside your child’s classroom if you would like an appointment.

On Tuesday 17th, pupils will get the chance to meet their new teachers and classes in the morning whilst year 6 enjoy pupils vs teachers sport games. I wonder who will win! Pupils in years 5 & 6 Freshstart group are going to Hornchurch to paint pottery, they have completely planned their own trip, we hope you enjoy yourselves. Reception parents and carers are invited to the Reception picnic stay and play from 12.00pm and in the afternoon we have a thank you tea party for our volunteers this year.

On Wednesday 18th, the winning team of the summer term Premier reading league will be going on their reward trip.

On Thursday 19th at 10 am the final acts in ‘Broadford’s Got Talent’ will be battling it out for the title of overall winner! Good luck to everyone involved. On Thursday afternoon we will be presenting the pupils with end of year awards.

At 3.00pm school finishes for the summer break.


 

Saturday, 14 July 2018

Weekly Newsletter - Friday 13th July, 2018

Headteacher: Mrs L Nicholls 

Dear Parents and Carers,

It has been a very busy week in school with day trips out, go bonkers day, leavers’ events and performances. Thank you to every parent and carer who supported the pupils and attended these events. It doesn’t stop there, next week the celebrations continues. Please see the diary dates for what we have planned next!

After School Clubs
Today, Friday 13th July, is the last day for after school clubs. Mrs Chance and Mrs Charlesworth will be sending information out regarding new clubs in September.

Congratulations!
I am absolutely thrilled to announce that both our KS1 and KS2 spelling teams won the annual Drapers’ Spelling Bee. Both teams competed against other cluster schools to win the prestigious title of the ‘The Best Spellers on the HIll!’. We are extremely proud of all of you. Well done!

Diary Dates
On Monday 16th the Harry Potter book club have the opportunity to watch the final film in the series. On Monday evening there will be an opportunity for parents to come in and meet with class teachers regarding pupil reports. Please sign up outside your child’s classroom if you would like an appointment.
On Tuesday 17th, pupils will get the chance to meet their new teachers and classes in the morning whilst year 6 enjoy pupils vs teachers sport games. I wonder who will win! Pupils in years 5 & 6 Freshstart group are going to Hornchurch to paint pottery, they have completely planned their own trip, we hope you enjoy yourselves. Reception parents and carers are invited to the Reception picnic stay and play from 12.00pm and in the afternoon we have a thank you tea party for our volunteers this year.
On Wednesday 18th, the winning team of the summer term Premier reading league will be going on their reward trip.
On Thursday 19th at 10 am the final acts in ‘Broadford’s Got Talent’ will be battling it out for the title of overall winner! Good luck to everyone involved. On Thursday afternoon we will be presenting the pupils with end of year awards.
At 3.00pm school finishes for the summer break.

Reports and Parents Evening
Your child’s end of year report will be sent home today. If you would like to discuss the report with your child’s class teacher then please sign up for an appointment on the timetable by the classroom door. In the report envelope, there is a feedback form which we would ask all parents to complete and send back to school by the end of the term. We warmly welcome your feedback and would love to hear if there is anything you feel we could improve. Many thanks.

Meet the New Teachers and Classes
On Tuesday 17th July, all pupils will have the opportunity to meet their new teachers and visit their new classrooms. Pupils will be bringing home a letter on Tuesday evening regarding who their new teacher will be for your information.

Summer Activities
Worried about how to keep your children occupied in the summer holidays. there are lots of activities going on in and around the local area. Please visit WWW.HAVERING.GOV.UK/HOLIDAYACTIVITIES  

Havering Catering Services
Week beginning Monday 16th July is week 3 on the Havering catering services menu. All meals are served with unlimited salad and vegetables and cost £2.20.

Weekly Attendance
KS1: -    96.4% KS2: - 94.9% Overall:  95.6%
Congratulations to Cedar  and Ash who top the attendance table this week.  

E for Excellence Winners
These wonderful children have demonstrated excellence this week.
Alder
Preston
Sequoia
Sequoia Class
Apple
Tiffany
Hazel
Leanne
Aspen
Gregori
Ash
Ethan
Mulberry
Amy
Birch
Charlie
Pine
Laura
Elm
Connor
Rowan
Harvy
Maple
Timothy
Cherry
Nancy
Willow
Brooke
Cedar
Roberto
Redwood
Jack


Larch
Taylor

Star Writers
These children have been awarded a star writer certificate and golden pencil in recognition of their excellent writing, use of powerful vocabulary and sophisticated writing  techniques.
Carla, Simran, Amelia, Gabriela, Thomas, Lily, Billy, Alexandru, Jacob

Learning Power Awards:
These are the key skills that our children will need to learn effectively in class and to be successful later in life.
These children have demonstrated effective Reciprocity this week – able to listen carefully, work collaboratively and take turns.
Zac, Adam, Ramone, Yugurtha

These children have shown that they can manage distraction, notice patterns and become absorbed in their tasks – well done for your Resilience certificate.
Megan, Maisie, Adrian, Jack, Ethan, Praharsh, Bayleigh

These children have managed to show that they can plan and revise ideas to earn their Reflectiveness certificate.
Lelethu, Riley, Zuriel, Jeremiah, Summer Rose, Sacha, Liam

Being able to show that you can make links between ideas and showing imagination demonstrates resourcefulness. These pupils have been awarded their Resourcefulness certificate this week: They have shown curiosity, made link between ideas, demonstrated imagination, reasoned methodically and capitalised on resources.
Conor, Alex, Kaden, Conner, Ja’Shayla, Frankie, Ellie, Laura, Aisling

Learning Challenge
These children have been working hard at home and extending their knowledge through their learning challenge work.
Raima, Awwal, Fatimah

Reading Awards
In recognition of the pupils’ ability to devour books, immerse themselves in stories and read relentlessly at home.
Silver reader award
Anna, Riley,Freddie, Anna,  
Gold reader award
Adam, Frankie, Frankie, Leo, Keira, Jessica
Platinum reader award
Aksanan, Madalina, Ethan, James,

Maths Challenge
These pupils have used their ability to think both mathematically and creatively to solve maths challenges.
Adam, Samanyu, Chloe, Sajida, Fallon

Happy Teacher
These children have made their teachers smile and kept them smiling all week.
Abbie, Levan, Ijeoma, Charlie, Arya, Ruby May, Charlie, Martin, Kyla, Tilly, James, Melisa, John,

Tracker Awards
These children have been working hard and achieving academic success and therefore have earned themselves the following rewards.  
Bronze - Kanishka (prestige), Ronnie, Yugurtha (prestige 2)
Silver certificate - Trinity, Frankie
Golden certificate -  Ellie, Caitlin (prestige), Freddie (prestige), Lacey, Jessica
Platinum certificate- Christopher, Mia, David
Diamond certificate - Grace, Blake, Leah
Star certificate - Arhaan (prestige), Sam,

I hope you all have a fantastic weekend.
Yours sincerely,
Mrs L Nicholls

Headteacher

Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Bouncy Castle Day 2018

Congratulations to all those pupils who managed to score 96% with their attendance. Today we celebrated that fantastic achievement with our annual Bouncy Castle Day.

Free ice cream, inflatables, climbing walls and an RAF fly past - what better way to mark the fantastic hard work that our pupils have put in this year.

I wanted to earn the bonus session, so I made sure I was here every day!
Chiwendu - Y5

Our top job is to turn up at school, every day, on time. I love Bouncy Castle day as I have worked hard to do my job all year
Hannah - Y4








Sunday, 8 July 2018

Havering Catering Services

Week beginning Monday 9th July is week 3 on the Havering catering services menu. All meals are served with unlimited salad and vegetables and cost £2.20.


Diary Dates


On Monday 9th Year 6 are going to the Barbican to watch a concert by the London Symphony Orchestra. Year 5 boys who have been part of the ‘Stepping Up’ boys outdoor activities program have their final session today.

Tuesday 10th is ‘Go Bonkers’ day. There will be 12 large inflatables on the school field for all the pupils to enjoy. Any pupils who are in the 96+% club for attendance will enjoy extra bouncing time for their efforts throughout the year. Cathy Forrester our school nurse will be running her drop in session on Tuesday morning and will be at the office from 8.30 am.

KS1 & 2 choirs and dance clubs will be sharing their work on Wednesday morning at the clubs sharing assembly. I believe we will also have performance from pupils who are learning to play the guitar and piano. It is proving to be an amazing assembly. On Wednesday after school year 6 will be enjoying their farewell BBQ and leavers event. We invite all parents and carers of year 6 pupils to join us at this event and bring along your tissues!

On Thursday 12th July, year 3 are visiting the Orbit at Stratford. Some of our pupils will be going to compete at Drapers’ Academy in the annual spelling bee. Good Luck to all involved! Year 6 pupils will be performing their leaving production of ‘A Quest for Arthur’, we are looking forward to seeing many parents and carers at the performance. The Harry Potter book club will be competing against Mead pupils in the final Quiddith round of the HP quiz.

On Friday 13th, we finish the week with LAMDA examinations and year 5 Fiver Challenge sale.

Phew! Please look out for all of the above stories on the school blog.

 

Saturday, 7 July 2018

Weekly Newsletter - Friday 6th July, 2018

Headteacher: Mrs L Nicholls 

Dear Parents and Carers,

Sports Afternoon
A big thank you to all parents and carers who attended our sports afternoons this week. The heatwave that we are currently experiencing ensured that sun was shining, even if it was very hot! Everyone enjoyed themselves and there was a wonderful sense of sportsmanships from all of the participants. Thank you also to the staff for organising and preparing the pupils for the event.

LFPA Summer Fete
Anyone who attended the LFPA summer fete last week will know what a fantastic event it was. I would like to extend my thanks to the LFPA who worked really hard to organise it and raised in excess of £800 to support the schools. Well done to all of the organisers and volunteers on the day.

Diary Dates
On Monday 9th Year 6 are going to the Barbican to watch a concert by the London Symphony Orchestra. Year 5 boys who have been part of the ‘Stepping Up’ boys outdoor activities program have their final session today.
Tuesday 10th is ‘Go Bonkers’ day. There will be 12 large inflatables on the school field for all the pupils to enjoy. Any pupils who are in the 96+% club for attendance will enjoy extra bouncing time for their efforts throughout the year. Cathy Forrester our school nurse will be running her drop in session on Tuesday morning and will be at the office from 8.30 am.
KS1 & 2 choirs and dance clubs will be sharing their work on Wednesday morning at the clubs sharing assembly. I believe we will also have performance from pupils who are learning to play the guitar and piano. It is proving to be an amazing assembly. On Wednesday after school year 6 will be enjoying their farewell BBQ and leavers event. We invite all parents and carers of year 6 pupils to join us at this event and bring along your tissues!
On Thursday 12th July, year 3 are visiting the Orbit at Stratford. Some of our pupils will be going to compete at Drapers’ Academy in the annual spelling bee. Good Luck to all involved! Year 6 pupils will be performing their leaving production of ‘A Quest for Arthur’, we are looking forward to seeing many parents and carers at the performance. The Harry Potter book club will be competing against Mead pupils in the final Quiddith round of the HP quiz.
On Friday 13th, we finish the week with LAMDA examinations and year 5 Fiver Challenge sale.
Phew! Please look out for all of the above stories on the school blog.

Important Dates - Summer Term
Tuesday 10th July
Go Bonkers day - attendance reward
Wednesday 11th July
Clubs  sharing assembly
Yr 6 Leavers evening
Thursday 12th July
Yr 6 Production - A Quest for Arthur
Friday 13th July
Y5 Fiver Challenge Sale
Monday 16th July
Parents evening
Thursday 19th July
Broadford’s Got Talent
Last day of the summer term
Friday 20th July
INSET Day

All dates are available on the calendar from the school website. On the front page at the top right hand side, click on the calendar label which will direct you straight to the electronic calendar.
All of the dates are published on our weekly newsletter which can be accessed via the school website, facebook or twitter. Or alternatively you can request hard copies or email versions from the school office.

Summer Activities
Worried about how to keep your children occupied in the summer holidays. there are lots of activities going on in and around the local area. Please visit WWW.HAVERING.GOV.UK/HOLIDAYACTIVITIES  

Reports
We are sure that you appreciate that the reporting on the progress and attainment of over 600 pupils is a significant task. We need additional time to acquire all of the assessment information required to complete this reporting process.  Reports are now expected to be released on Friday 13th so parents still have time to read them prior to the parents evening on the 16th July.
Thank you for your understanding.

Havering Catering Services
Week beginning Monday 9th July is week 3 on the Havering catering services menu. All meals are served with unlimited salad and vegetables and cost £2.20.

Weekly Attendance
KS: 96.17% KS2: 95.32% Overall: 95.8%
Congratulations to Cedar and Redwood who top the attendance table this week.  

E for Excellence Winners
These wonderful children have demonstrated excellence this week.
Alder
Nicholas
Sequoia
Laicey
Apple
Eva
Hazel
Alexandru
Aspen
Mihai
Ash
Alex
Mulberry
Daisy
Birch
Tommy
Pine
Olivia
Elm
Jessica
Rowan
Layla
Maple
Henry
Cherry
George
Willow
Megan
Cedar
Charlie
Redwood
Georgia


Larch
Lola-Mae

Certificate of Presentation
The following children have presented their work beautifully and take pride in all that they do in their books.
Brooke, Archy, Leanne

Star Writers
These children have been awarded a star writer certificate and golden pencil in recognition of their excellent writing, use of powerful vocabulary and sophisticated writing  techniques.
Sergiu, Sajida, Evie, Lenny, Dhriti, Lacey, Godswill, Ruby, Jessica, Andrew, Harry, Diya, Armani, Kyla

Learning Power Awards:
These are the key skills that our children will need to learn effectively in class and to be successful later in life.
These children have demonstrated effective Reciprocity this week – able to listen carefully, work collaboratively and take turns. Sienna, Anish, Leonard, Isabelle, Ronnie, Emily, Chloe Rose, Vinnie, Lukas, Asroosh, Aaliyah, Ollie, Molly, Naleli, Grace, Sophie

These children have shown that they can manage distraction, notice patterns and become absorbed in their tasks – well done for your Resilience certificate.
Alfie, Dora, Ruby May, Kaitlyn, Gregori, Ethan, Tyler, Richie, Hamza, Esther, Ollie

These children have managed to show that they can plan and revise ideas to earn their Reflectiveness certificate. Being able to show that you can make links between ideas and showing imagination demonstrates resourcefulness.
Molly-May, Korey, Elina, David, George

These pupils have been awarded their Resourcefulness certificate this week: They have shown curiosity, made link between ideas, demonstrated imagination, reasoned methodically and capitalised on resources.
Isla, Sia, Ellie-Maie, Lorena, Praharsh, Michael, Oliver, Elsie-Rose, Aisling, Courtney, Tilly

Learning Challenge
These children have been working hard at home and extending their knowledge through their learning challenge work.
Viviana, Vibha, Nicholas, Shivangi, Harry,

Reading Awards
In recognition of the pupils’ ability to devour books, immerse themselves in stories and read relentlessly at home.
Bookmark
Faizah
Bronze reader award
Maysa
Silver reader award
Katlyn, Ellie-Jane
Gold reader award
Riley, Adam, Srinika, Charlie, Noah
Platinum reader award
Thomas, Hannah

Maths Challenge
These pupils have used their ability to think both mathematically and creatively to solve maths challenges.
Shajia, Molly-May, Jacob

Happy Teacher
These children have made their teachers smile and kept them smiling all week.
Jacob, Oliver, Elm Class,  Rubie-Rae, Callum, Adebare, Nikola, Libby

Rock Star Maths
These children have earned a reward in recognition of their tables thrashing, maths moshing and sum shrieking achievements.  
Martina, Ananya

Fact Hunter
Fallon, Jessica have been finding amazing facts and inspiring us all with their thirst for knowledge.

Tracker Awards
These children have been working hard and achieving academic success and therefore have earned themselves the following rewards.  
Silver certificate - Ethan, Victoria, Taylor, Keira, Danny, Abdulmalik, Jessica, Arya (double prestige), Isla, Aisling, Tiren
Golden bookmark - Daisy, Amelia, Archie
Golden certificate -  Iyinope, Denis, Ellis, Courtney,,
Platinum prize - Nathan, Molly-May
Platinum certificate - Samuel
Diamond prize - Asroosh, Blake,  

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend. Enjoy the sunshine but please be careful in the heat.
Yours sincerely,
Mrs L Nicholls

Headteacher