Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Miss Moran's Retirement

Thank you to all of the parents, former staff and pupils who helped to make Miss Moran's send off a very memorable one. To celebrate her incredible 38 years of service we had an afternoon tea at the school. This was a great chance for friends, family and colleagues (past and present) to come and wish Miss Moran all the best for life after Broadford.

It was also so nice to see the way in which Miss Moran was given a very warm send off on the last day of the term. Miss Moran has taught well over 1,000 pupils in her time here and influenced many more. Her high quality teaching, sense of humour and presence will be greatly missed.

However we are delighted that Miss Moran has already agreed to come back and take part in some school trips... so not goodbye, more au revoir!

Isabelle's Gymnastics Award

Well done to Isabelle who has achieved her Level 6 award! 

The Core Proficiency Awards Scheme has been developed by British Gymnastics for Primary School age children.

It is delivered by British Gymnastics’ qualified Coaches, and is built around 10 different types of activity – such as Strength, Jumping, Rolling and Balancing – with 8 levels of attainment. 

This makes it a great way for students and coaches alike to build skills and recognise achievement.

I love my gymnastics classes. The sessions are always realy good fun!

Tracker Awards

Charlie Cooper is at the end of the Silver tracker. Lillie Mersh & Weronika Harandi have collected their Gold certificate. Ruby Burchell & Jacob Owsley have reached their Prestige Golden Bookmark. 

Kieran Dash & Ronnie Marshall have finished their Platinum tracker. Charly Wallace has finished his Diamond tracker. Jack Barnett has managed to complete his Star Award! 

Deborah Mushonga & Simona Raklevicius have got their Prestige Bronze. Well done to Lucy Stevens who has collected her Prestige Platinum pencil & pen set. 

Traffic & Parking Meetings

We would like to give you early notice of the meetings that will inform you about the next steps in the proposed changes to parking restrictions around the school. Two meetings have been arranged, one for residents and one for parents.

Residents’ Meeting: Monday 18th April 4-6pm

Parents’ Meeting: Wednesday 20th April 4-6pm

This is an opportunity for you to ask questions about the proposal and put forward suggestions of how the scheme could be further improved.

Sofia's Piano Achievement

Congratulations to Sofia who has passed her first piano exam. Although she has only been playing for a few months she has already shown great promise. 

After School Clubs

There are no after school clubs until Monday 25th April. This is because we have an ever growing number of pupils and it is now quite an administrative task to get all the applications in and processed. 

It means that for the first two weeks of school in the Summer term all pupils will need to be collected by 3.15pm.

Unilever Bids - Pitch Day

Our pupils went to London last year to pitch for money to run a community project #wearekind.

We wanted to launch a project that helps people realise how much impact they can have with small acts of kindness. We hope to start a kindness revolution!
Leo Mbata

This project has been possible thanks to the support of the Mayor of London and Unilever.

Have a look at the video below which shows the highlights from the pitch day where 12 schools went to share their ideas and bid for funding.

Project Sunlight
On 20 November 2013, Universal Children’s Day, Unilever launched Project Sunlight, a campaign to motivate millions of people to adopt more sustainable lifestyles.

Since then, with the help of a growing community of people who believe in the power of taking action, they have made a positive contribution towards the life of millions of people around the world. They've formed lasting partnerships and worked with today’s inspiring new leaders towards a brighter and more sustainable future. There have been many proud moments: helping 2 million children across the world, through Unilever's ongoing partnership with Save the Children, UNICEF and the World Food Programme.

In the UK last year they provided half a million meals to UK families in need through the #ClearAPlate campaign in partnership with Oxfam.

Unilever is also a proud supporter of the Team London Young Ambassadors: the Mayor of London's volunteer programme for schools which aims to inspire young people to engage in social action, both in their school and the local community. To date the programme has seen participation from more than 800 schools reaching a massive 140,000 young people.

Bikeability Awards

Well done to our latest batch of Bikeability cyclists. Now that they have earned their Level 2 accreditation, they will be able to access the Redbridge & Olympic trips as well as our monthly cycle club.

At first I thought I wouldn't be able to pass because I found it hard to balance on my bike. However the staff really helped me and I now feel much more confident. I can't wait to go on the cycle club trips!
Holly Turner - aged 10

What is Bikeability?
Bikeability is a cycle training programme. It’s like cycling proficiency, but better! It’s about gaining practical skills and understanding how to cycle on today’s roads. Bikeability gives everyone the skills and confidence for all kinds of cycling.

There are three Bikeability levels, each designed to improve cycling skills, no matter what is known already. Levels 1, 2 and 3 take trainees from the basics of balance and control, all the way to planning and making an independent journey on busier roads.

What do you do at Level 2?

Level 2 takes place on local streets, giving trainees a real cycling experience. Trainees learn how to deal with traffic on short journeys such as cycling to school or the local shops. Trainees are usually trained in small groups – up to 6 trainees per instructor – though individual training may also be available. At Level 2 you can:

  • prepare for on-road cycling
  • start and finish an on-road journey
  • recognise typical hazards
  • let others know what you are about to do
  • know where to ride on the road
  • pass parked vehicles and side roads

Billy's Boxing Achievement

Well done to Billy who has earned the Boxing Belt at his local club. In order to take it home he had to show some great sparring skills. Boxing is a great way to stay fit, Mr Portway runs a boxing fitness club at school. It seems that we might have our very own expert in the making with Billy!

Year 6 - Theatre Of Law

Our Year 6 pupils have been working hard on their Theatre of Law project.

The Royal Courts of Justice in London is the setting for this innovative project. It is delivered to Primary students to improve their understanding of the law and the contemporary justice system. This project is currently supported by the Mayor’s fund for London.

“Working with young people to understand the law and their role in society at an early age is essential to ensure they play a full part in London’s future. Theatre of Law meets this need and promotes social and emotional skills that underpin effective learning and positive behaviour.” - Matthew Patten, CEO

The project links to English, Citizenship and Drama in the National Curriculum and consists of two days – one at school and one at the Royal Courts of Justice. Our pupils have worked on crime stories inspired by real cases and learnt about the consequences of crimes, debate on punishments and prepared for their mock trial at the Royal Courts of Justice.

In the Court, our pupils acted-out the script, playing the roles of the judges, the barristers, the jury, the witnesses and all other characters in a real Victorian courtroom, followed by a tour of the Courts.

The project has four aims:

  1. Improve young people’s knowledge and understanding of the law
  2. Give participants the opportunity to learn about the consequences of crime and the impact on individuals and society
  3. Provide an insight into the workings of the Justice system
  4. Raise aspirations amongst those who participated in the project to see the law and related areas as a potential future career

It was so interesting to hear about what it is like to be a judge. The one who spoke to us had covered lots of really interesting cases. I enjoyed having to find the evidence and make a case so now I will consider law as a career!
Isaac Stevens - aged 10

Friday, 25 March 2016

Daniel's Super Facts

Daniel has been working very hard at home to put together a fact compendium about the smallest birds in the world. 

Well done for all your hard work Daniel - some great information!

Diary Dates

Over the holiday there is a substantial amount of work going on in school to further improve it for the children: a new office area; extension to the music in the playground; continued work on the new classrooms and changes to ICT provision in EYFS. School starts back on Monday 11th April. On Tuesday 12th at 2.30pm we have the final meeting before the residential trip to Mersea Island for Y5. On Wednesday 13th we have a theatre production for the children - The Wizard of Oz. Finally on the 17th April our Reading League winners are off to the Copper Box to see the London Lions. 

Sharing Assembly:  No assembly w/c 11th April
There is no Sharing Assembly scheduled for the first week back as we have a theatre production for the children. However Maple class will have their Sharing assembly on the 20th April.

Wednesday, 23 March 2016

University of Broadford Graduation 2016

Don't forget that tomorrow, Thursday 24th March, is Graduation day! 

Pupils in years 2-6 will be graduating and will receive their degrees. We are sure that it is going to be a great celebration and all the children should feel incredible proud of what they have achieved. 

The timetable is below, please come along and help us celebrate! 



8.45 – 9.45
Astonishing Acrylic
Draw and Create
Mixed Media
Comfy Cushions
An experience in Clay
10.00 – 10.50
Come Dancing
The Rap Master
Fantastic Gymnastics
Catwalk from Just Jewels and Broadford Boutique
11.00 – 11.50
Dazzling Drama
Boomwhacker Bonaza
Morph Animation
1.30 – 2.30
Ultimate Chess Champion
Card Sharks
I’m a pupil get me out of here!
Broadford Bakeoff

Monday, 21 March 2016

Special delivery from......SPACE!

Children at Broadford Primary School are eagerly anticipating a very exciting delivery from......SPACE! 

Children are preparing to become space biologists and embark on a voyage of discovery by growing seeds that have been into space.

In September, 2kg of rocket seeds were flown to the International Space Station (ISS) on Soyuz 44S where they spent several months in microgravity before returning to Earth in March 2016. The seeds have been sent as part of Rocket Science, an educational project launched by the RHS Campaign for School Gardening and the UK Space Agency.

Broadford Primary School will be one of up to 10,000 schools to receive a packet of 100 seeds from space, which they will grow alongside seeds that haven’t been to space and measure the differences over seven weeks. The children, or staff, won’t know which seed packet contains which seeds until all results have been collected by the RHS Campaign for School Gardening and analysed by professional biostatisticians.

The out-of-this-world, nationwide science experiment will enable the children to think more about how we could preserve human life on another planet in the future, what astronauts need to survive long-term missions in space and the difficulties surrounding growing fresh food in challenging climates.

Miss Barron, Assistant Headteacher at Broadford Primary School says: “We are very excited to be taking part in Rocket Science. This experiment is a fantastic way of teaching our children to think more scientifically and share their findings with the whole Broadford community."

Rocket Science is just one educational project from a programme developed by the UK Space Agency to celebrate British ESA astronaut Tim Peake’s Principia mission to the ISS and inspire young people to look into careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects, including horticulture.

The seeds have travelled from the ISS (International Space Station) to Kazakh Steppe in central Asia, to Moscow in Russia followed by a quick refuelling stop in Stavanger, Norway and then finishing their long journey in the UK in early March.  

We will receive our seeds after the Easter holidays for 
planting...watch this space! 

Follow the project on Twitter: @RHSSchools #RocketScience

E for Excellence Winners:

These wonderful children have demonstrated excellence this week.

Bobby Peek – Mulberry
Kiera Taylor –  Pine
Alfie Bloy – Cedar
Ronnie Mersh – Cherry
Charlie Matthams – Ash
Megan Lockhart – Hazel
Deniz Huseyin – Birch
Emily Claydon – Willow
Harry Vincent – Elm
Ronnie Nicholls  – Maple
Tianna Osho – Acer
Holly Chilvers – Palm
Kiera Parmenter – Sequoia

Fact Hunters: Volcanoes & Lifts

David White
Did you know that, on average, 60 volcanoes erupt every year?

Cydney Ridley
The Bailong Elevator is a glass elevator built onto the side of a huge cliff in China. It  is 1,070 feet high. It is claimed to be the highest and heaviest outdoor elevator in the world.

Sarah Wall
Did you know that Chinese warriors used to wear paper armour? Made from processed paper 1 - 3 inches thick. it  offered greater mobility and was lighter in weight than steel.

Joshua Kaylor
Incredibly the 2011 earthquake near Japan increased the Earth's rotation speed, shortening the day by 1.8 microseconds!

Reading League Winners

We are delighted to announce the newest winners in the Broadford Reading League. After a closely fought contest, The Fairy Girls & Beat The Book teams finished at the top of the table.

As a reward for their impressive reading habits, the pupils will all be enjoying a trip to see the London Lions on the 17th April!

Why have a reading league?
We believe in continuously strengthening our culture of reading within the school. This competition inspires the children to read collaboratively, undertake challenges, interact with the library and enjoy good stories. We believe in looking for opportunities to close the cultural deficit that many of our pupils face. Taking the children to a live sporting event is a fantastic experience that they may not otherwise enjoy.

How does it work?
Pupils have to enter themselves into the competition - either in teams, pairs or individually. They then accumulate points through the different reading activities. Miss Sparkes keeps a running total and the awards the final certificates.

What do the pupils have to do?
It's very simple...

  • read books
  • enjoy the books
  • review the books
  • complete challenges on the books
  • return the books
  • do it over again!
100% of pupils enrolled in the league say that it has encouraged them to read more regularly
100% of pupils say that they have enjoyed being part of the competition
74% of winning pupils had never been to a sporting event before
90% of pupils strongly agree that they have continued to read more even once the competition is over!

Sunday, 20 March 2016

Literacy Trust Awards

Congratulations to the latest pupils to complete their Library challenges. In the most recent of the Literacy Trust reading quests, Alisha, Florence, Ellie Mae, Teni and Mya have all made it to Griselda's Tower.

We all had to read the fairytale books and complete the tasks set by Miss Sparkes. I have really enjoyed the journey. Having the map to finish has made me want to read all the stories! 

Meanwhile Sacha has been busy with his Harry Potter challenge and he has managed to complete the Chamber of Secrets!

Certificate of Presentation:

Sam Doidge, Fayo Ayodola, Sofia Raif, Taylor Royer, Caitlin Bowden, Jack Dempsey, Olivia Wheal, Sarah Wall & Mitchell West: all of these pupils have shown that they are making a sustained effort to improve and develop their presentation.

By carefully forming their numbers and ensuring their handwriting is neat and legible they are producing much higher quality pieces of work.

Star Writers:

Charlie Marshall, Alice Adedipe, Leigh Anna Weaver, Jack Barnett, Fallon Sharpe, Teddy Pilcher, Ellis Curtis Rich, Timi Adelowo, Alfie Donnelly, Bryan Malengo, Lebohang Sibanda & Nathan Ehihon: these children have all produced pieces of outstanding writing this week.

Look out for examples of their work on the blog!

Friday, 18 March 2016

University of Broadford Graduation - Thursday 24th March

As you are aware the children in year groups 2-6 have been attending the University of Broadford every Friday afternoon for the last ten weeks. There have been 17 degree courses running including chess, dancing, and bakery. All of the pupils have been studying very hard in their chosen subject and have earned their degree.

Thursday 24th March is graduation day for the class of 2016 and will see the second cohort of  graduates from the University of Broadford receive their degrees. There will be 4 graduation ceremonies throughout the day and you are invited to attend this prestigious occasion.
Below is a timetable for the day, your child will be able to tell you which course they have been studying and we would love to see you at the graduation to share your child’s achievements with you.

8.45 – 9.45
Astonishing Acrylic
Draw and Create
Mixed Media
Comfy Cushions
An experience in Clay
10.00 – 10.50
Come Dancing
The Rap Master
Fantastic Gymnastics
Catwalk from Just Jewels and Broadford Boutique
11.00 – 11.50
Dazzling Drama
Boomwhacker Bonaza
Morph Animation
Lunch Time
1.30 – 2.30
Ultimate Chess Champion
Card Sharks
I’m a pupil get me out of here!
Broadford Bakeoff

We do hope that you will be able to join us at this special event and congratulate all of the graduates.


KS1& EYFS: Pine 96%                        
KS2: Maple & Elm 98%                
Overall: 94.2%

Sadly this week the attendance news isn’t as good. We have only managed 94.2% across the whole school. Next week we only have four days so it would be great to have some more cupcake parties for 100%!

Fact Hunters: Spiders & Sharks

Denisz Huseyin
The actress who played Moaning Myrtle was 37 years old at the time. She is the oldest actress to ever portray a Hogwarts student.

Ellie Wise
When babies are born, especially fair-skinned ones, they have light-colored eyes because they have very little melanin in their eyes

Caydon Buckland
Spiders usually have eight eyes but few have good eyesight. They rely instead on touch, vibration and taste stimuli to navigate and find their prey.

Daniel Tonu
Every year around 75 attacks are reported worldwide which means you are more likely to get killed by riding your bike!

Learning Power Awards:

These are the key skills that our children will need to learn effectively in class and be successful later in life. Storm Hawkes, Micayla Smith & Charlie Green have demonstrated effective reciprocity this week – able to listen carefully, work collaboratively and take turns.

Razvan Gabreanu, Lacey Wall, Brandon Cohen, Thomas Royer, Pieyce Egan & Georgia Brooks have shown that they can manage distractions, notice patterns and become absorbed in their tasks – well done for your Resilience certificate.

Reading Awards:

Well done to Leo Mbata & Asroosh Valliani who have both completed their Bronze reading awards for finishing 10 books! Armani Peek, Yazmin Satti, Amelia Hynes, Kimberley Stewart and Nikola Urban have their bookmark for 25 books.

Lillie Mersh, Georgia Brooks & Ranita Ariyibi have managed to get to 50 books and collect their Silver award.

Tracker Awards:

Abena Pim Wusu, Emily Russell & Harry Kaylor have managed to collect enough merits for their Bronze award. Sacha Raif, Daniel Joy & Melisa Krasniqi have claimed their Silver Award.

Taylor Royer & Austin Hall have reached their Golden Bookmark.Kynan Omundi has managed to complete his Golden Tracker.  Kaine Painter, Ronnie Marshall, Sam Doidge & Levan Towe Enu have all finished their Platinum trackers. Ayomide Otegbola & Sienna Nickson have managed to finish their Prestige Silver trackers.

Teni Adu and Jack Eve have got their Prestige Bronze.Incredibly, Jacob Owsley has his Prestige Gold award.

Well done to Lucy Stevens who has collected her Prestige Platinum pencil & pen set.

News & Diary Dates

Miss Moran is retiring!
Next Thursday is a truly momentous day as we will be saying farewell to Miss Moran. Miss Moran has been an outstanding teacher at Broadford Primary for the last 38 years, teaching over 1,140 pupils during her time with us. I am sure that you will join with us in wishing her well in her retirement.

School Closed: Good Friday Holiday March 25th
We would like to remind you that school will be closed next Friday. The last day of the term is Thursday 24th March

Parents’ Evening Dates: Monday 21st March & Wednesday 23rd March
If you have yet to receive an appointment, please speak to your child’s class teacher ASAP

Diary Dates
On Monday 21st we have a Learn To Ride day for Year 3&4 - please make sure they have their bikes in school. Tuesday is the Top Trumps Quiz where the children will be testing their general knowledge. We also have a Suessical Theatre performance for Year 5. On Wednesday there is the Dance, Choir & Cheerleading Sharing Assembly. For a grand finale we have the Graduation Day for Broadford University on Thursday 24th - details for this will be sent out separately. 

Sharing Assembly: Dance, Choir & Cheerleading Wednesday 23rd March @ 9.10am
Next week we will be delighted to welcome the parents of pupils in our Dance, Choir & Cheerleading Clubs for the Sharing Assembly.

Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Fact Hunter Daniel

Daniel has been busy finding out some facts about shark attacks:

  • 93% of shark attacks from 1580 to 2010 worldwide were on males.
  • In 2010, North American Waters had 42% of all confirmed unprovoked attacks worldwide (32 attacks).
  • Surfers accounted for 50.8% of all attacks in 2010.
  • Swimmers and Waders accounted for 38% of all attacks in 2010.
  • Snorkelers and divers accounted for 8% of all attacks in 2010.
  • Inflatable rafts/inner tubes accounted for 3% of attacks in 2010.
  • 2010 was the most dangerous year for unprovoked shark attacks in a decade with 79.

Certificate of Presentation:

Charlie Simpson,Charlie-George Cooper, Yazmin Satti, Isabelle Reynolds,Laiba Shah, Godswill Hartford & Amelia Hynes: all of these pupils have shown that they are making a sustained effort to improve and develop their presentation.

By carefully forming their numbers and ensuring their handwriting is neat and legible they are producing much higher quality pieces of work.

Tuesday, 15 March 2016

WE Day UK 2016

Two pupils from Broadford Primary, Leo Mbata & Temira Hascar, had the exciting opportunity to present their Community Action project #wearekind at the WE DAY UK celebrations last week. Held at Wembley Arena, We Day UK is an inspirational event which helps to empower a new generation to focus on how the actions of individuals can have the power to transform communities.
In front of 12,000 guests, Leo and Temira explained their project.
'#wearekind is about inspiring pupils to carry out small acts of kindness: offering your seat on a bus, paying a compliment or maybe just smiling at someone. These small things can help us create a kindness revolution'
Leo Mbata - aged 9
'This was a fantastic chance for our pupils to experience speaking in an unparalleled stadium-sized event. Their idea is simple but it could have a profound impact on our school and local community. We were so proud of how they pitched their bid to Unilever and the way they presented their ideas at the WE DAY event. Hopefully more people will be inspired to follow the message in #wearekind.'
Mrs Lois Nicholls - Deputy Headteacher

We Day UK is part of a global event that brings together world-renowned speakers and performers to honour the contributions of young volunteers and kick-start another year of change. 

For Broadford Primary, this is much more than a one-day event. We Day is the launch pad for a yearlong program, which offers our pupils the chance to take part in campaigns to helps to turn their ideas for social responsibility into a reality.'
Malcolm Drakes - Headteacher


KS1& EYFS: Mulberry  99%                        
KS2: Maple 99.3%                
Overall: 96.06%

Congratulations to Mulberry and Maple class who achieved great attendance last week!

Safer Neighbourhood Meeting: 14th April @ My Place

Dear Ward Member,
Thank you to all those that attended the last meeting. We are going from strength to strength although there is always room for more, adding to the depth and value of these meetings. Please feel free to post on other net working sights that you believe will improve our attendance. 
Gooshays Open Meeting Thursday 14th April 2016 7-8pm 
Myplace Dagnam Park Drive 
Large meeting room.
PCSO 7138 Alanna Yeomans
Gooshays Neighbourhood Policing Team

Open Meeting 4th February 2016 1900-2000hours
Venue Myplace Dagnam Park Drive

Attending:-  PC  Elliott
                   PC Scott
                   PCSO Alanna Yeomans
                    Councillor Dave Johnson                   
                    Don Tait Friends of Dagnam Park                     
                    Dave Ainsworth Resident                                         
                    Jennifer Murphy Resident
                    James OConnor Resident                                                 
                    Ben Clow Community warden  
                    Claire Mitchell Community Warden                    
                    Margaret Dodd Resident
                    Colin Dodd Resident
                     Pearl Osborne Resident
                     Jan Sargent Resident
                     Ionut Barbu Resident
                     Dominic Fennell
                     David Turner Trading Standards                    

Meeting opened at 1900hrs

1.  Introductions round room

2. Apologies for absence

Mark O’Brien Ward Panel Chair/Resident
Councillor Lawrence Webb
Councillor Patricia Rumble
Lindsay Taylor BETRA

3. Confirmed minutes from previous meeting.
Minutes Agreed

4. Matters arising from previous minutes.

5. Crime figures

PCSO Alanna Yeomans presented the Burglary figures for the period 12/011/2015- 04/02/2016and same period 2014-2015 there had been a decrease in 2015-2016

James O’Connor asked about offering Smart Water to effected areas. It was discussed that the product was now renamed Met Trace and selected hot spot areas were being targeted, addresses were being re-attended to obtain a minimum 80% acceptance in each street.

19:15 Ionut Barbu entered room

PCSO Alanna Yeomans presented the Motor Vehicle figures for the period 12/11/2015- 104/02/2016 and same period 2014-2015 the figures showed a significant drop in the Theft from motor vehicles and criminal damage to motor vehicles. 

Jenifer Murphy commented that Harold Hill was not designed for the volume of cars that it now has and it will keep increasing with the new builds.

6. Input from David Turner of Trading Standards

David Turner explained the Banking Protocol and gave some recent examples of its success on the Borough; Operation Sterling is seeing the Banking Protocol rolled out across the Met. He also spoke about rouge traders that start small e.g. £10 to clear a gutter that once accepted then escalates into hundreds or thousands to repair a roof.
Jennifer Murphy enquired if it’s linked to organised crime. It was said that it was not normally, investment and charity scams lend themselves to organised crime although a vulnerable person’s address is often sold on to others.
This led onto the issue of people releasing their pensions and being tempted into buying wine as an investment that doesn’t exist or diamonds that are a very poor quality and not worth the money paid for them.
There was some group discussion on how to spread the message Pearl Osborne suggested a carpet door-to-door approach.
In conclusion David Turner also explained about the mail scams coming into the country saying that they are seized at the point of entry before they get into the Royal Mail system. The Scam Hub then sorts the letters and advices the local Boroughs e.g. Havering Trading Standards who will then make contact with the intended victim.

7. Any Other Business  

Drugs in Trowbridge Road

Jenifer Murphy raised the issue of drugs in Trowbridge Road; Jan Sargent agreed that there was a problem. Ben Clow Community Warden said they were aware and PCSO Yeomans asked that they report it if it’s drug dealing through Crime Stoppers or direct to the police.
Pearl Osborne said that there was also an issue with drug dealing in Farnham Road by the phone box at the Arcade. Deliveries are made by push bike.

Friends of Dagnam Park AGM

Dave Ainsworth invited everyone to the (FDP) Friends of Dagnam Park AGM on the 17th February 2016 7-9pm at Myplace  he said that there would be a guest speaker from Havering Parks protection with a Q&A session 
Don Tait said that the FDP have an ongoing project clearing the old stable yard. It was also mentioned that another deer had been entangled in the ropes around the cricket pitch and for everyone to keep watch and to report it to parks.

Rough Sleepers Romford

Councillor Dave Johnson raised the issue of rough sleepers in the Romford area although this is not a Gooshays issue it did prompt Jan Sargent to raise the subject of Max in Farnham Road.

Safer Neighbourhood Board Conferences 

James O’Connor spoke about the forthcoming Safer Neighbourhood Board Conferences.

Date of next meeting Thursday 14th April 2016 7-8pm Myplace Dagnam Park Drive 
Close of meeting 20:01hrs