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31st March 2020

Year 3 took on the roles of Gods and Goddesses helping, and hindering, Jason and his brave Argonauts on their quest to win the Golden Fleece.  They faced many challenges, even a dragon, and kept the audience enthralled with their intrepid exploits.  Well done Year 3, there was some convincing acting and some terrific songs…

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…

Spelling Bee: a close run thing

31st March 2020

Broomfield’s annual Spelling Bee saw children across the year groups focus on class-based spelling quizzes and we were delighted with how well everyone did, making their teachers very proud.  The Year 6 competition in class resulted in three children from each house competing for the trophy in the whole school assembly.  As the competition moved…

A Day at Battersea Zoo

31st March 2020

Lemurs and monkeys were the star attractions at Battersea Zoo when the Kindergarten class spent a happy day there as part of their topic on animals.  The learned a lot about the characteristics and habitats of many different animals and had a terrific time playing monkey games on the equipment in the play park.

Working on fine motor skills

30th March 2020

Here is a lovely picture of one of our Pre-Kindergarten children keeping up with the development of her fine motor skills and having something beautiful to show for it.  Mrs Marshall will have lots more ideas like this for her children to work on after the Easter holiday.  In the meantime we hope you all…

Working from home

26th March 2020

While many parents have previously enjoyed the odd ‘working from home‘ day, we didn’t ever anticipate that this would be something our children would need to do!  We have had some lovely feedback from parents and children about how they have been managing their school day from the comfort of their own homes.  You will…

Five little ducks went swimming one day!

3rd March 2020

Year 1 were on tenterhooks this week as their five duckling friends were introduced to swimming.  There was no need to worry though, our intrepid fluff balls took to it…..  like ducks to water you could say!  After their exercise it was wonderful to see how the ducklings preened themselves to dry off.   They have…

Walking the corridors of power!

3rd March 2020

The Houses of Parliament hosted Year 6 this week and they had a terrific day out learning about how Britain works.  They enjoyed a workshop entitled People’s Parliament about the power of protest and discovered some of the changes brought about as a result of the strength of public opinion.  They particularly enjoyed finding out…

Our little bundles of fluff

27th February 2020

Pancake, Pickles, Salah, Cuddly and Rose have all emerged from their eggs into the world of the Year 1 classroom.  As well as picking up some lessons in animal husbandry the class have been learning about the democratic process.  The children put forward their ideas for what their new charges might be called and then…

Our ducklings have arrived

25th February 2020

Yesterday our duck eggs arrived in Year 1 to much eggcitement!  What a great way to start off the new half term.  The class have not needed to be very patient as already two of the duckling chicks are chipping away at their eggshells in a bid to escape their confinement and take their first…

Arrangements for learning from 23 March

It is with regret that Broomfield House School will be partially closing from 3.30pm on Friday 20th March.  We have been open and providing our customary high quality education in school until this point but, following Government advice, we will now be fully supporting the children’s learning at home.  We have developed robust plans for this, working with our website provider and IT systems support and will be delivering age-appropriate teaching to our children and families.  We will be supporting many different ways of learning which will include text-based work, online lessons, video content and, with parental support, will be marking the children’s work and giving feedback to parents about it.  In Early Years we will also use the Tapestry system.

Developing these new ways of working and learning are exciting and we are confident that the innovations we are introducing to deal with these strange times will offer long term benefits to pupils, parents and staff alike.

We will continue to support the children of key workers at school to allow their parents to provide these critical services during the current situation.

We have no confirmed cases of COVID-19 among our school community.

May I take this opportunity to wish everyone well and hope you all stay safe and healthy.

With all good wishes

Mrs Susie Byers