Friday 16 June 2017

Weekly Newsletter - 16.6.2017

Weekly Newsletter
Dear Parents and Carers,

Diary Dates
We kick start the week with the primary sports day at Drapers’ Academy on Monday 19th June.
On Tuesday 20th, two year 6 pupils are going to Bancroft’s to work alongside their pupils for the day. In the afternoon spinebreakers from Pine class are going to visit harold Wood library. In the evening we will be welcoming new nursery parents to Broadford.
On Wednesday 21st we are delighted to invite all parents of pupils in year 2 along to their sharing assembly to find out what they have been learning. Cathie Forrester, the school nurse will be in school for her usual parent drop in. In the afternoon, year 6 pupils will be learning about cleaner air with Miles the mole and Mulberry spinebreakers will be visiting Harold Wood library.
On Thursday 22nd year 6 will be visiting the Imperial War Museum for the day.
On Friday 23rd June, pupils who are members of the choir will be visiting the Queen’s Theatre for their rehearsal in the morning. The school is closed for all other pupils due to staff training.
The choir will be performing at the Queen’s Theatre in the afternoon at the Havering Music Festival. Friday evening is also the prestigious  TES awards when we will find out if Broadford Primary School win the title of School of the Year!

Our launch day is fast approaching!  As of Wednesday 21st June Broadford Primary School will become a cashless school. All dinners, breakfast club and trips  will need to be paid for through the sQuid system.
Parents/Carers should register, for each child, using the information in the letter brought home by pupils, last week and if necessary have deposited monies for dinners. Everyone must register for an account even if your child receives a free school meal.
We have listened to feedback from other school's in the area who have implemented the system and have decided that the kitchen will not be selling drinks. If drinks are purchased it can be very confusing for parents to monitor the value on each sQuid account. However, there will of course be plenty of water/squash available for the pupils every lunchtime.
If you have difficulties setting up or accessing your account Mrs Taylor will be more than happy to help you.

The Learning Federation Parents Association will be holding a Summer Fete on Saturday 1st July at Mead Primary School between 11 am - 4 pm. This will be a great day for the whole family. Bring your friends, families and neighbours. Please see further information on the blog.  

Harold Hill’s Unsung Heros
We are delighted to announce that three members of our parental community were presented with awards at a recent event which was organised and hosted by Church 1v23. The awards honoured the people and organisations which serve the Harold Hill community and help make a positive impact on it.
Recipients included; Chris and Kerry Cooper for running the community Facebook page and the drama group Habit factory. Lisa O’flynn, who volunteers on several parent associations and Mark Borrell for his work as a community chef.
Congratulations to you all and we would like to thank you for your important contribution to our community.

Key Dates for the rest of the Summer Term
Wednesday 21st June - Year 2 sharing assembly
Friday 23rd June - INSET day school closed
Friday 23rd June - Junior Music festival @ queens theatre, 7pm
Monday 26th June - Year 3 parent reading afternoon
Wednesday 28th June - Getting ready for secondary parents session with Rev Rich @ 6 pm.
Friday 30th June - Year 5 maths party

Saturday 1st July - LFPA summer fete @ Mead, 12- 4pm
Wednesday 5th July - Spinebreakers Sharing assembly
Friday 7th July - Year 6 maths party
Monday 10th July - Reception and KS1 sports morning
Tuesday 11th July - Year 6 leavers evening
Wednesday 12th July - Clubs sharing assembly @ 9am
Wednesday 12th July - KS2 sports day @ 10.15 am
Monday 17th July - Parents evening
Tuesday 18th July - Year 6 production (afternoon)
Tuesday 18th July - Parents meeting secondary transfer, 3.30 pm
Wednesday 19th July - Nursery closes
Friday 21st July - End of term

Havering Catering Services
Week beginning 19th June is week 3 on the Havering Catering Services menu.

Weekly Attendance:  
KS1: -  Cedar class 97.08%        KS2: -Larch class 96.7% Overall:  93.7%
Congratulations to Cedar and Larch who top the attendance table this week.  

E for Excellence Winners:
These wonderful children have demonstrated excellence this week.
Cristian Popov
Conner Holloway
Thabang Sibanda
Charlie Matthams
Laura Olatunji
Mikkileigh Williamson
Jacob Wager
Lucian Bundy
Arne Dash
Ethan Gibbs
Jo Green
Jack Eve
Bayleigh Parsons
Temira Hascar
Paige McGeoghan
Rose-Anna Weaver
Certificate of Presentation:
The following children have presented their work beautifully and take pride in all that they do in their books.  
Holly Turner, Summer Wingrove, Fallon Sharpe, Finley Short, Aimee Borrell, Jaydon Holloway, Eriya Byamugisha, Olivia Wheal, Martina, Rensch, Haliya Gbadamosi.

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.  Maisy Cohen, Paris Godfrey, Chloe-Rose Marshall, Lea Cerqueira Charlie Simpson, Martin Wicher, Ramone Holme-Slater, Jack Dempsey, Savannah Watson, Kakey Watson, Noah Vumuka,

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. Isaac Wright, Michael St Matthew Daniel, Thomas Royer, Libby Northwood, Amelia Barnett,

These children have shown that they can manage distraction, notice patterns and become absorbed in their tasks – well done for your Resilience certificate:
Deborah Mushonga, Athenkosi Nombeko, Spencer Abrahams

These children have managed to show that they can plan and revise ideas to earn their Reflectiveness certificate.
Tommy Cressey

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:
Emma Bloy, Steven Davenport, Micayla Smith

Learning Challenge
These children have been working hard at home and extending their knowledge through their learning challenge work.
Charlie Ilott, Morgan Palfreman

Reading Awards
In recognition of the pupils’ ability to devour books, immerse themselves in stories and read relentlessly at home.
Deborah Oluokun
Bronze reader award
Charlie Dash, Bayleigh Parsons, Riley Hann
Silver reader award
Harriet Rodrigues, Polina Backane
75 Books
Riley Lamb, Alex Kopiec
Gold reader award
Alex Kopiec, Layla Mahad, Mia Borisova, Bella Hyder,
Platinum Reader award
Amy Cullum

Maths Challenge
These pupils have used their ability to think both mathematically and creatively to solve maths challenges. Maisy Caine, Lily O’Leary, Rashida Sillah, Tyler Wager

Happy Teacher
These lovely ladies have made their teacher happy because they have carrying on their learning at home. Well done.
Paige McGeoghan, Grace Leadbitter,

Team Broadford
Bronze - John Olatunji

Tracker Awards
These children have been working hard and achieving academic success and therefore have earned themselves the following rewards.  
Bronze - Harriet Rodrigues, Freddie Sheppard, Adebare Olugbodi
Bronze prestige - Deborah Mushonga, Bradley Joy, Iasha Sillah
Silver certificate - Diya Patel Alexandru Tonu, Summer Baker
Golden bookmark - Tiara McGillivary, Charlie Cooper
Golden certificate -  Evie Crispin, Freddie Little, Ja’Shayla Cousins-Okolie, Tyler Kelly
Platinum certificate - Billy Little, Paris Godfrey, Vinnie O’Leary, Riley Hann, Leanne Royer, Isabelle Curtis-Rich, Dorrie Lewis, Harry Kaylor, Emily Russell, Ella Lockhart, Joshua Nwaokolo, Tyler Wager
Diamond prize - Alice Adedipe, Maisy Cohen, Indie Sales, Libby Northwood
Diamond certificate - Amandeep Ubhi, Kara Middleton
Star certificate - Ramone Holme-Slater, Adam Abubakr

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

Mrs L Nicholls


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