Saturday, 16 September 2017

Weekly Attendance


KS1: - Pine 97%       
 
KS2: -Hazel and Redwood 100%

Overall: 96%


Congratulations to Pine, Hazel and Redwood who top the attendance table this week. Hazel and Redwood have made an amazing start to the year with both classes getting 100% attendance in the first week. It is great to see our attendance percentage at 96%, we do not want to see it drop. Keep up the good work everyone and come to school everyday on time.


School Dinners & sQuid


Please be reminded that KS2 pupils are not eligible for free school meals. When pupils move into year 3 you are required to pay for the children’s dinners unless you qualify for free school meals, in which case you need to put in an application to:

Student Finance, The Liberty Centre, Romford, RM1 3RL. Tele no. 01708 433929/53,

Broadford Primary School is now  a cashless school. All dinners, breakfast club and trips need to be paid for through the sQuid system.

Parents/Carers should register, for each child and deposit the money to pay for  lunch and trips via the online system. Everyone must register for an account even if your child receives a free school meal. If you have difficulties setting up or accessing your account Mrs Taylor and Mrs West in the office are more than happy to help you.


E for Excellence Winners

These wonderful children have demonstrated excellence this week.

Mulberry
Ife Ogochukwu-Ijehor
Ash
Leah Joyce
Pine
Taylor Cohen
Birch
Summer Rose Trew
Rowan
Archie Baker
Willow
Jack Dempsey
Cedar
Katlyn Mukandavire
Elm
Frankie Woolnough
Cherry
Lily O’Leary
Maple
Sienna Watson
Hazel
Ollie Dodge
Larch
Michael Rack
Sequoia
Billy Little
Redwood
Emily Johnson



Certificate of Presentation


The following children have presented their work beautifully and take pride in all that they do in their books:

Harriet Rodrigues, Roxy Smith, Arhaan, Jack Peppitt, Alex Kopiec, Maliat Bakreen, Archy Gore, Sonia Lewis, Daniel Tonu, Alex Ianache, Sophie Porter





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:  

Sabeer Rahman, Hollie Gray, Arya Shah,Jacob Wager, Moyin Ayodola, Ayomade Adegbite, Naleli Sibanda, Laura Olatunji, Iniya Boothiraj, Hannah Wellings



Friday, 15 September 2017

Key Dates

Key Dates for the Autumn Term


Monday 18th September
School closed for INSET
Monday 11th December
KS1 Nativity 9.15 / 2.30
Monday 16th October
Parents Evening 1
Tuesday 12th December
EYFS Nativity 10.30/2.30
Tuesday 17th October
Parents Evening 2
Thursday 14th December
Year 5/6 Carol Concert 2.15
Friday 20th October
Last day of half term
Monday 18th December TBC
Year 3 Carol Concert 2.00 pm
Year 4 Carol Concert 6.00 pm @ St. George’s Church
Monday 30th October
Pupils back to school
Wednesday 20th December
Last day of term

INSET Dates & Polling Day  for 2017-18
Please note the school closure dates for this academic year.

INSET day 1
INSET day 2
INSET day 3
Polling Day
INSET day 4
INSET day 5
4th Sep
18th Sep
9th Feb
3rd May
25th May
29th June

Havering Catering Services



Week beginning 18th September is week 1 on the Havering Catering Services menu. The price of a meal at lunchtime is £2.20.







Diary Dates


On Monday 18th September school is closed for pupils as it is an INSET day, except for Nursery pupils. We look forward to all of the children returning on school on Tuesday 19th at the normal time.

On Tuesday morning year 5&6 have a visit from Mr Bannister from Drapers’ Academy. In the afternoon our school council representatives will be visiting Drapers’ Brookside for a meeting with cluster schools.

On Wednesday 20th, year 3 pupils are visiting Wat Tyler Park and will enjoy a day of orienteering in the fresh air.

On Thursday 21st, year 6 are visiting Hampton Court Palace and indulging in a day of historical exploration.

Please look out on the school blog, facebook page and twitter feed for all of the full stories.




Learning Power Awards

IThese 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.
Jacob Owsley, Lillie-Jo Guidotti, Archie Dempsey, Alexandru Tonu, Alfie Bloy, Ja’Shayla Cousins, Adi Kaushal, Jaevo-Omar Petrie, Keshia Wright, Elsie-Rose Elsdon-Skehill, Kayley Rose Watson


These children have shown that they can manage distraction, notice patterns and become absorbed in their tasks – well done for your Resilience certificate:
Abbie Day, William Ilott, Polina Backane, Lacey Wall, Jessica Chilvers, Isabelle Munford, Lacey Joyett


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.
Storm Hawkes, Blake Maddox


These pupils have been awarded their resourcefulness certificate this week:
Armani Peek, Mia Borisova, Aleena Satti, Cristian Popa


















Learning Challenge

These children have been working hard at home and extending their knowledge through their learning challenge work.

Shane Kirk, Ellie-Mae Wager, Emily Claydon, Nicole Alao, Riley Lamb, Elsie-Rose Elsdon-Skehill