Tuesday, 6 December 2016

Poppy Appeal

We are delighted to report that pupils, parents and staff of Broadford Primary School raised a fantastic £331-32 from the sale of poppies, wristbands and badges. This money will support the Royal British Legion and the work that they do with thousands of modern veterans, service men and women and their families.

A huge thank you and well done to you all.


Monday, 5 December 2016

Mayors Fund for London Awards 2016

The Mayor’s Fund for London Awards 2016 celebrate individuals, organisations and schools making a positive impact on the social mobility of young Londoners. With a commitment to excellence, the 3rd annual awards honour achievement and influence.

Broadford Primary School was delighted to be shortlisted for London Primary School of the Year.
Nominations for this award relate to a school that participates in at least one of the Mayors Fund for London programmes and has embedded the core value of aspiration throughout the school. Nominated schools must be able to clearly demonstrate that they support all children to aspire and achieve and operates a whole school initiative to close the gap in educational attainment, particularly for pupils who are eligible for pupil premium funding. Nominated schools must encourage its students to take advantage of the opportunities London has to offer and make a positive contribution to the future of the City.

During the last academic year students from Broadford Primary School participated in activities and gained many valuable experiences from the Mayor's Fund for London and Team London. Count on us, volunteering opportunities and the London Knowledge Quiz to name a few. We didn't win the award on this occasion but with a short list of only 3 schools the competition was fierce. It was an honour to be shortlisted and a testament to the commitment of all staff and pupils at Broadford Primary School.




Flu Vaccination Forms to be Returned Today Please

If you would like your child to receive the flu immunisation vaccine, please return your completed consent form to school today. If we do not receive this by the end of the day, we will assume that you do not want your child to be vaccinated and they will not receive the immunisation on Wednesday.

This for is for pupils in years 1-6 only.

As pupils in Redwood are on a school visit, another date will be arranged for these pupils.

Many thanks for your co-operation in this matter.

Flu Immunisation Vaccine

If you would like your child to receive the flu immunisation vaccine, please return your completed consent form to school tomorrow. If we do not receive this by the end of the day, we will assume that you do not want your child to be vaccinated and they will not receive the immunisation on Wednesday.

This for is for pupils in years 1-6 only.

As pupils in Redwood are on a school visit, another date will be arranged for these pupils.

Many thanks for your co-operation in this matter.

Sunday, 4 December 2016

Final Day of Term: Wednesday 21st December


We finish school at 3.15pm on Wednesday 21st.  There are no clubs in the final week, so all pupils should be picked up promptly by 3.15pm. School opens again on the 3rd January – Breakfast Club at 7.45am – with the doors opening at 8.30am.


Learning Power Awards: Reciprocity


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. Leo Mbata, Kiera Taylor, Rashid Sillah, Lewis Davis, Sami Hatton and Alisha March.



Learning Power Awards: Resilience


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 shown that they can manage distraction, notice patterns and become absorbed in their tasks – well done for your Resilience certificate: Yeliz Kaya, Lilly-Ann Podevin, Megan-Mae Burnett, John Olatunji, Hollie Gray and Arya Shah.
 




Reading Awards


These children have been reading so much and so many books, they have earned themselves a Bronze reading award;
 Betty-Rose Nichols, Tiren Hadjat-Oke, Bella Hyder, Oliver Purdy, Nela Urban, Aaliyah-Shae Vidol, Freddie Sheppard, Laicey McGeoghan, Ella Hemsworth, Taylor Cohen, Billy Little, Fayo Ayodola, Shane Kirk, Billy Little, Abena Pim-Wusu and Maliat Bakreen.
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Elsie-Rose Elsdon-Skehill, Tommy Cressey, Archie Baker, Tutu Omisore,,Iniya, Boothiraj, Miley Jeffery, Ava Goom, Mia Borisova, Amelia Barnett, Adam Riaz.
Silver - Adrian M  Arduino, Shajia Shaik and weronika Harandi.  






Learning Challenge


Sophie Daflon and Temilola  has been working hard at home and extending her knowledge through her learning challenge work.

Last Week of Clubs: Final session on Friday 9th


Don’t forget that next week is the last week for clubs. We finish on Friday 11th as there are no clubs in the last week of term. Clubs will start up again in the 2nd week back in January – w/c Monday 9th January.