Pied Piper spotted at Broomfield

31st March 2020

Grumpy Mr Brumhandel fights a losing battle to keep Hamelin clean as the people of the town refuse to take responsibility for their own mess, resulting in, guess what?  A plague of nasty rats!  Can the Pied Piper help?  Year 4 kept their audience on the edge of their seats as they moved us through a whole gamut of emotions!  There will definitely be some in this class taking to the stage when they are grown up.  A rippingly good show!

Summer Term Arrangements

Broomfield’s summer term has begun and so has our remote learning programme.  With a mix of live interactive sessions, task and project–based work our students are experiencing the full breadth of the curriculum.  Our lessons allow maximum flexibility for families juggling the schedules of both parents and children.  We have had some lovely feedback from our families, such as:

“Please say thank you from the bottom of my heart to all the staff, and I appreciate how much work it is also for the teachers to deal with the new schooling.” Parent of children in Years 3 and 4.

“Please extend my congrats and thanks to the staff that are doing a great job.  We really appreciate your effort and commitment with the education and wellbeing of our kids.”  Parent of children in Pre-Kindergarten and Year 1

We can’t wait to be back in school again, but it’s good to know that our new ways of working are appreciated.

Mrs Susie Byers
Headteacher