Friday, 2 February 2018

Newsletter - Friday 2nd February, 2018

Headteacher: Mrs L Nicholls 

Dear Parents and Carers,


Diary Dates
It is hard to believe that it is February already and that next week is the last week of the half term.
On Tuesday 6th February spinebreakers from Rowan class are visiting the library, school council are meeting the cluster school council representatives at Drapers’ Pyrgo school. After school Broadford are playing Drapers’ netball team at Broadford.
On Wednesday 7th in their class pupils will have the opportunity to take part in the spelling bee and earn themselves a place in the spelling team for the competition at the end of the year. Year 5 will be cooking and trying some delicious chinese cuisine and LAMDA sessions will go ahead as usual in the afternoon.
On Thursday 8th the girls football team will be competing in a year 5 & 6  competition. It is the last day of the half term.


Jump Evolution
Next week pupils will be visiting jump evolution for their PE session.
The school has a small supply of trampolining socks, however if your child has visited Jump Evolution before and you still have socks please send them in with them so we can avoid being charged £2 per pair. With 560 children in the school the costs for socks only would be £1,120.00.   Without the safety socks the children will not be able to participate. Please see the details below to find out when your child is visiting the park.


Monday 5th February
Tuesday 6th February
Wednesday 7th February
10am - 11am -  Year 1
10am - 11am - Year 2
10am - 11am - Nursery AM
11am - 12pm - Year 5
11am - 12 pm - Year 6

1 pm - 2 pm - Reception
1 pm - 2 pm - Year 3

2 pm - 3 pm - Nursery PM
2 pm - 3 pm - Year 4



Children should come to school in their school uniform but they can wear leggings or tracksuit bottoms instead of school trousers and skirts. If for any reason you do not wish your child to take part, please advise their class teacher below the day they are due to go.


Mead Farm
Mead farm is up and running ready for children to visit. All pupils will have the opportunity to visit the farm and have a hands on experience with the animals during the rest of this school year. This will involve pupils attending sessions where they will learn about the animals and will have the opportunity to pet them (In these sessions they will not be feeding or cleaning the animals out).
Health and safety is a priority and prior to visiting the farm area all pupils will be advised on the expectations. Hand washing facilities are  provided in the farm area as well as ample hand sanitizers. We will emphasise to the children the importance of keeping their hands clean and away from their face when handling the animals and will ensure they wash their hands thoroughly after visiting the farm.
If for any reason you do not want your child to be involved then please do let us know in writing. If we don’t receive a letter, we will assume that you are willing to let your child take part in this exciting opportunity. ​


Key Dates
Last day of the Half Term
INSET Day - School Closed
Parents’ Evening
Last Day of Spring Term
Thursday 8th February
Friday 9th February
Monday 26th March
Tuesday 27th March
Thursday 29th March
Half Term: Monday 12th - Friday 16th February
School is closed for INSET on Friday 9th of February, so the children’s last day this half term will be Thursday 8th and then they return to school on Monday 19th, the doors will open at 7.45 am for breakfast club and 8.30 am for the rest of the school.


Havering Catering Services
Week beginning 5th February  is week 2 on the havering catering Services menu. All meals are served with unlimited salad and vegetables and cost £2.20.


Weekly Attendance:  
KS1: - 95%         KS2: - 96% Overall:  95.7%
Congratulations to Cherry and Elm who top the attendance table this week.  It is good to see that we are nearly reading to our target of 96% a tiny bit further to go. It’s a good job that cold season is nearly behind us.


E for Excellence Winners:
These wonderful children have demonstrated excellence this week.
Mulberry
Srinika Manichavasagam
Ash
Molly-May Harrop
Pine
Aisling Keane
Birch
Evie Crispin
Rowan
Naiara Cruz-Botonog
Willow
Kabey Stevens
Cedar
Temilola Omisore
Elm
Finley Livingstone
Cherry
Nathan Russell
Maple
Courtney Simpson
Hazel
Tommy Cressey
Larch
Yemi Adedipe
Sequoia
Violet Chilton
Redwood
Savannah Watson
Certificate of Presentation:
The following children have presented their work beautifully and take pride in all that they do in their books.
Ethan Himuyandi, Shane Kirk, Grace Horne, Bonnie Martin


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.  
Emily Johnson, Ruby-May White, Jessica Marsh, Charlie Green, David White, Dhriti Patel, Trinity Hawkes, Harry Lennon, Charis Jones, Summer Baker, Sky Griffiths, Joe Robinson, Lilly Wells, Jolene Frimpong


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.
Jack Eve, Maisie Moss, Grace-May Coble, Michael Rack, Adam Riaz, Jorja-Mae Dines, Joe Green, Emily Claydon, Ceejay Colley


These children have shown that they can manage distraction, notice patterns and become absorbed in their tasks – well done for your Resilience certificate:
Khaira Hascar, Alex Kopiec, Thomas Gray, Haliya Gbadamosi, Giada Vargas, Max Holmyard, Phoebe Adams, Chiwendu Nwaokolo, Summer WIngrove, Thabang Sibanda,


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. Kaden Nicol, Tia Himuyandi, Rajaab Imran,


These pupils have been awarded their resourcefulness certificate this week: Fayo Ayodola, Saarah Khanan, Ethan Borrell, Brooke Atkinson, Aleena Satti, Asroosh Valliani Amelia Davis


Learning Challenge
These children have been working hard at home and extending their knowledge through their learning challenge work.
Luke Vigors and Hussameldin Bashir. Finley Clark, Lucas Kalmakrian, Nicole Alao


Reading Awards
In recognition of the pupils’ ability to devour books, immerse themselves in stories and read relentlessly at home.
Bookmark
Finley Livingstone,
Bronze reader award
Aimee Doidge, Samanyu Handoo, Ali Abdulridha
Silver reader award
Preston McGuire, Anish Kokulan, Jayden Awuah, Adam Riaz, David Basilio, Eva Akinbusoye
Gold reader award
Summer Carruth


Happy Teacher
These pupils have kept their teachers smiling this week.
Fallon Sharpe, Gracee May Coble, Rhianna Morton, Fayo Ayodola, Ash Class, Leah Sharpe


Quiz Club Team
Congratulations to these pupils for representing Broadford Primary at the cluster quiz this week.
Arhaan Kaushal, Ananya Salla, Arya Shah, Vinnie O’Leary


Tracker Awards
These children have been working hard and achieving academic success and therefore have earned themselves the following rewards.  
Bronze certificate - Jaevon-Omari Petrie, Kyriq McGillivary, Keira Atkinson, David Basilio
Silver pencil-  Amy Cullum, Ella Hemsworth, Tavia Towe-Enu, Riley Whitcombe, Elsie-Rose Elsdon-Skehill, Ananya Salla
Silver certificate - Iniya Boothiraj, Ife Ogochukwu-Ijehor, Paige McGeoghan, Courtney Janes
Golden bookmark - Joshua Lott
Golden certificate -  Mia Gallagher, Luca Middleton, Frankie Watson, Adefolawemi Olugbodi, Nathan Ehihon
Platinum prize - Callum Watson, Nancy Rack
Platinum certificate - Finley Livingstone, Tilly Butler
Diamond prize - Emily Russell
Diamond certificate - Sophie Daflon, Tyler Kelly
Star prize - Daniel Tonu
Star certificate - Arya Shah


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

Headteacher

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