Friday, 7 May 2021

Maths Challenge Winners - 07.05.21

A huge congratulations to this week's maths challenge winners. As always, you impress all your teachers with your mathematical thinking - keep up the amazing work!

A massive well done to: Ehan, Shivangi, Aksanan, Leonard, Anish, Faizah, Dara, Praharsh, Viviana, Tele, Mia and Jason!



Weekly Newsletter - Friday 7th May, 2021

 


Headteacher: Mrs L Nicholls 

Dear Parents and Carers,


Number Rock Out day! 

It has been amazing to see all of our mini rockstars in school today. Our rock legends have played to an arena and challenged each other to some Rock Slams! AND learned their times tables and improved their number knowledge along the way. What a way to end the week. Look out for the photographs and the blogs on the school website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts! 


After School Clubs
After school clubs for KS2 pupils will recommence after half term, week beginning  7th June. The clubs will run for 6 weeks with the final session taking place on Friday 19th July. As we are still currently following government guidance we only have time and space to offer clubs to KS2 pupils.
The pupils will participate in year group bubbles and each year group have been allocated a specific day each week.
Monday - Year 5 - Football or art & craft

Tuesday - Year3 - Football or hama beads

Thursday - Year 6 - Football or art & craft

Friday - Year 4 - Football or hama beads

If your child is participating in a football club, please ensure they come to school in PE kit on their club day.

All clubs have been previously allocated and will remain the same. If your child can no longer attend or your child hasn’t been given a club and you would like to add their name to the waiting list then please email via the office and write ‘After School Clubs’ in the subject line. office@broadford.havering.sch.uk

Your child will bring home a letter next week to confirm which club they have been allocated. 


Eid Day
The school curriculum should provide pupils with a range of experiences that deepen their spiritual understanding of their school and their community as well as other communities. By their developing awareness children will learn to treat each other with respect. On Friday 14th May we are going to learn about the festival of Eid, which is also known as “The Festival of Breaking the Fast” and marks the end of the month-long dawn-to-sunset fasting of Ramadan. All pupils will participate in activities throughout the day and learn about this important day that is celebrated by many members of our school community. We would like all staff and pupils to dress in colourful clothes for the day the brighter the better.
We are looking forward to the special event on Friday 14th May.  

Charity Donations
Many of you will be aware that over the past year we have had pupils and families in our school community who are battling and coming to terms with the effects of Cancer. Throughout this summer term, as a school we would like to participate in events to raise awareness and money for a charity who particularly work with and support children who have been affected by Cancer. Therefore, if you are able to contribute,  we are asking for a small donation of 50p per child or £1 per family to go towards our chosen charity for Eid day. Our chosen charity is Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund.
We are also planning on holding a sponsored event later in the term.   

Parent/Carer surveys

We love to read your feedback and hear about what you think we do well, and also how we may be able to improve. The pandemic has caused significant disruption to us all and as a school, we have not been able to provide many of the additional opportunities that we would like to. However, we would be grateful if you would take the time to complete the survey - It should take no more than 2-3 minutes and is open until Friday 21st May. Thank you!  

Google Parent/Carer Survey


Summer Term Dates

Friday 14th May  

Eid day

Thursday 27th May  

Last day of half term 

Friday 28th May 

INSET day school closed

Monday 7th June 

Return to school 

Friday 16th July 

End of year reports will be sent home

Thursday 22nd July

Last day of the school year

Friday 23rd July 

INSET day school closed 


Havering Catering Services

Week beginning 10th May  is week 1 on the Havering catering services menu. All meals are served with unlimited salad and vegetables and cost £2.30. 

Havering catering services have issued a price increase and school dinners are now priced at £2.30. 

Please be reminded that your child’s sQuid account should be topped up at all times. We cannot provide dinners for pupils whose account exceeds a debt of £10. If you are experiencing difficulties please contact Mrs West in the school office who will be able to provide you with support and  assistance.  


Weekly Attendance  

KS1: 94.35%  KS2: 95% Overall:  95%

Congratulations to Rowan and Birch who top the attendance table this week. Well done to you all let’s keep going with our number 1 job of coming to school every day on time.  


E for Excellence Winners

These wonderful children have demonstrated excellence this week.

Nursery

Rosie and Bernice

Cherry

Lottie 

Aspen

Elsie

Cedar

Raima 

Alder

Pico

Elm

Danny P

Apple

Saim

Larch

Ceejay

Beech 

Jefflyn

Ash

Layla-Rose

Apricot

Kemar

Birch

Daisy

Walnut 

Blake

Willow 

Monsur

Pine

Louise-Maria

Redwood

Molly May 

Mulberry

Khalifa 

Almond 

Leo

Rowan 

Faramade 

Lime

Riley 

 

Certificate of Presentation

The following children have been recognised for the beautifully presented work in their books. They clearly take pride in all that they do and are doing their best in every lesson. 

Megan, Anushri, Larissa, Adrian, Ella, Kyla, Luke, Kiera


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.  

Ruby, Lidia, Bobby, Max, Aariz, Harry, Medeea, Raffy, Jack, Lorena, Ruby, Nana, Vinney, Giada, Umar, Maisy


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. 

Reciprocity

These children have shown interdependence, collaborated effectively, listened to others, displayed empathy and have imitated effective  ideas and methods from others. 

Osman, Charlie, Sofia, Chloe, Carter, Riley, Riley, 

Reflectiveness 

These pupils have planned carefully, revised ideas, identified key features and can talk about their learning. 

Rashid, Mia, Sadaf, Caden, 

Resilience

These children have demonstrated perseverance, managed distractions, noticed patterns and been absorbed in their tasks. 

Olivia, Qhaleed, Kezia, Elsie

Resourcefulness   

These pupils have been curious about learning, made links between ideas, shown imagination, reasoned methodically and capitalised on resources. 

Mercedes, Lucas, Rebeca, Hannah


Happy Teacher

Harry, Danny C and Fran have made sure their teacher has been smiling this week. 


Tracker Awards

These children have been working hard and achieving academic success and therefore have earned themselves the following rewards.  



Prestige 

Bronze certificate

Rojure, Poppy, Ali, Evie, Hope, Grace, Eason 

Maisie

Silver pencil 



Silver certificate 

Ava, Jaymee, Janiyah


Gold bookmark

Megan, Zuriel, 


Gold certificate 

Fatimah, Maya-Rose, Vinney


Platinum prize 

Ellie-Maie, Daniel, Mason


Platinum certificate 

George, Praharsh, Tele, Finley, Nikola


Diamond prize

Abdulmalik, Riley


Diamond certificate



Star prize

Gurrehmat, Molly


Star certificate 

Kanishka 



I hope you all have an amazing weekend.

Yours sincerely,

 

Mrs L Nicholls 

Headteacher


Thursday, 6 May 2021

RSE Curriculum Consultation

 



Dear parents/carers,

As you may be aware the new statutory arrangements for the teaching of Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSE) comes into force this summer with the topic 'Changing Me' 

In preparation for this, we are sharing with you the links and lesson content shared from our scheme of work, Jigsaw.

Jigsaw parent/carer leaflet

Jigsaw LGBTQ parent/carer leaflet

Jigsaw FAQs


We are also sharing our draft RSE Policy.

Draft Policy


We welcome any questions or suggestions that you may have.

Suggestions/Questions


Number Rock Out Day!

Please be reminded that will be having a Number Rock Out Day  tomorrow to celebrate all things mathematics. 

As we all know, times tables are such a key part of the maths curriculum and at Broadford we believe that 15 minutes daily practice on Times Tables Rock Stars will lead to confident, fluent mathematicians. With that in mind, we would like to get the children excited about TT Rock Stars by turning the school into our very own Rock Star Arena for the day. 

We would like children and staff to turn into their fabulous Rock Star selves and dress up for the day. We are are looking for the wackiest hairstyles and the craziest rock star outfits for children to rock out to!

Many of you will be aware that over the past year we have had pupils and families in our school community, who are battling and coming to terms with the effects of cancer. As a school, we would like to work with and support children who have been affected by cancer and therefore - if you are able to contribute - we are asking for a small donation of 50p per child or £1 per family to go towards our chosen charity for this event. Our chosen charity is Lennox Children's Cancer Fund.










We can't wait to celebrate with all the children tomorrow!

Tuesday, 4 May 2021

Friday, 30 April 2021

Weekly Newsletter - Friday 30th April, 2021

Headteacher: Mrs L Nicholls 

Dear Parents and Carers,

Please be reminded that school is closed this Monday 3rd May for May Day (bank holiday). I hope you enjoy the extended weekend and look forward to seeing all our pupils back in school on Tuesday next week. Remote learning will be offered for all pupils on Thursday 6th May as the school is closed due to the hall being used as a polling station.

Learning Days Ahead
Number Rock Out Day - Friday 7th May

As we all know, times tables are such a key part of the maths curriculum and at Broadford we believe that 15 minutes daily practice on Times Tables Rock Stars will lead to confident, fluent mathematicians. With that in mind, we would like to get the children excited about TT Rock Stars by turning the school into our very own Rock Star Arena for the day.
We would like children and staff to turn into their fabulous Rock Star selves and dress up for the day. We are looking for the wackiest hairstyles and the craziest rock star outfits for children to rock out to!
As part of the celebration, the children will participate in maths games within their classes and, of course, have some fun on TT Rockstars! We know that children in Early Years are not quite ready to rock out their times tables yet, but we would still love for them to get involved and we'll make sure that there are some appropriate number games for them to enjoy!
Please find more information about how the children can use TT Rockstars to support their learning in mathematics here.
We can't wait to celebrate with all the children on Friday 7th May!

Eid Day
The school curriculum should provide pupils with a range of experiences that deepen their spiritual understanding of their school and their community as well as other communities. By their developing awareness children will learn to treat each other with respect. On Friday 14th May we are going to learn about the festival of Eid, which is also known as “The Festival of Breaking the Fast” and marks the end of the month-long dawn-to-sunset fasting of Ramadan. All pupils will participate in activities throughout the day and learn about this important day that is celebrated by many members of our school community. We would like all staff and pupils to dress in colourful clothes for the day the brighter the better.
We are looking forward to the special event on Friday 14th May.

Charity Donations
Many of you will be aware that over the past year we have had pupils and families in our school community who are battling and coming to terms with the effects of Cancer. Throughout this summer term, as a school we would like to participate in events to raise awareness and money for a charity who particularly work with and support children who have been affected by Cancer. Therefore, if you are able to contribute, we are asking for a small donation of 50p per child or £1 per family to go towards our chosen charity for each of the events above. Our chosen charity is Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund.
We are also planning on holding a sponsored event later in the term.

  Summer Term Dates

Monday 3rd May 

Bank holiday school closed

Thursday 6th May

School closed - Elections for Mayor of London

Friday 7th May 

Number rock out day!

Friday 14th May  

Eid day

Thursday 27th May  

Last day of half term 

Friday 28th May 

INSET day school closed

Monday 7th June 

Return to school 

Friday 16th July 

End of year reports will be sent home

Thursday 22nd July

Last day of the school year

Friday 23rd July 

INSET day school closed 



Havering Catering Services
Week beginning 3rd May is week 3 on the Havering catering services menu. All meals are served with unlimited salad and vegetables and cost £2.30.
Havering catering services have issued a price increase and school dinners are now priced at £2.30.
Please be reminded that your child’s sQuid account should be topped up at all times. We cannot provide dinners for pupils whose accounts exceed a debt of £10. If you are experiencing difficulties please contact Mrs West in the school office who will be able to provide you with support and assistance.

Weekly Attendance

KS1: 95.49% KS2: 95 % Overall: 95%
Congratulations to Elm and Rowan who top the attendance table this week.

E for Excellence Winner
These wonderful children have demonstrated excellence this week.

Nursery

Aisosa and Harry D

Cherry

Jaymee

Aspen

Amari

Cedar

Summer

Alder

Max 

Elm

Maisie 

Apple

Bruno 

Larch

Amy 

Beech 

Sophie

Ash

Saarah 

Apricot

Teddy 

Birch

Courtney

Walnut 

Dunsin

Willow 

Maddison

Pine

Poppy-Mae

Redwood

Brooke 

Mulberry

Manreet 

Almond 

Archie 

Rowan 

Reagan 

Lime

Megan 

 

Certificate of Presentation
The following children have been recognised for the beautifully presented work in their books. They clearly take pride in all that they do and are doing their best in every lesson.
Mercedes, Francesca, Callum, Shivanshi, Aimen, Violet

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. Siena, Layla-Rose, Ella, Rosie, Flynn, George, Katlyn, Zuriel, Edward, Grace, Joseph, Fire, Happiness, Zac, Ellie

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.
Reciprocity
These children have shown interdependence, collaborated effectively, listened to others, displayed empathy and have imitated effective ideas and methods from others.
Ceejay, Lilly, Hollie, Mason, Tyler, Mya, Tristan
Reflectiveness 
These pupils have planned carefully, revised ideas, identified key features and can talk about their learning. Keira, George, Sarah, Emily, Amandeep
Resilience 
These children have demonstrated perseverance, managed distractions, noticed patterns and been absorbed in their tasks. Harry, Vinnie, Justinas
Resourcefulness 
These pupils have been curious about learning, made links between ideas, shown imagination, reasoned methodically and capitalised on resources. Indie, Batool, Sadaf, Ryan, Joe,

Happy Teacher 
These pupils have kept their teachers smiling all week long. 
Archie S, Adrian M., Oluwatomi,

I hope you all have a lovely bank holiday weekend.

Yours sincerely,


Mrs L Nicholls
Headteacher