Community

We are very fortunate to have close links with businesses, local charities and other establishments in Broadway.  This term we are:

  • Working with local police to ensure children are safe during Bonfire Night and Halloween. 
  • Working with local police on 'Staying Safe' - including providing a meeting for parents of local schools on keeping their child safe on the internet.  
  • Providing art work for the Food Festival and Horticultural show.
  • Entering local competitions, such as NISA art competition and the Police poster competition.
  • Making a poppy for each person on the war memorial ready for the Remembrance Service.
  • Making our own jam to sell at Broadway Late Night shopping.
  • Providing a Christmas tree and decorations for the Christmas Festival at the United Reform Church.

Remembering the Soldiers

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Our older children made poppies for St. Michael’s Church to display near the War Memorial during the Remembrance Service on Sunday 8th November. They made a beautiful clay poppy for each person that died during the war from our local area (see photo above). There was a short service at 10.45am by the War Memorial (15 minutes or so) near the village green and the children placed a clay poppy in the ground as each name was read out in memory.

 

 

Horticultural Show

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All of the children provided entries for the Horticultural Show.  A range of entries are displayed at school, including one of the winning entries.

 

 

 

 

Food Festival

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Children in each class were challenged to create large pieces of art, inspired by work such as Matisse's 'The Snail' and Van Gogh's 'Starry Night'.  The committee made a financial donation to the school as thanks, and the art work is now on display in school.

 

Upcoming Events

  • 23 Jan
    Class 4 (Himalayas) Family Lunch for Mum 12:00 PM to 12:30 PM

    If mums are unable to attend another family member is welcome to come along.

  • 07 Feb
    Magical Reading Experience /Non-Uniform Day All Day

    If children have gained enough reads (proven by their Reading Record) and have a certificate they can EITHER come in non-uniform or have a forest school session. This will be clear from the certificate they receive prior to the day.

  • 14 Feb
    End of Half Term All Day

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  • 03 Mar - 05 Mar
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  • 31 Mar - 03 Apr
  • 04 Apr - 02 May
  • 29 Apr - 02 May
  • 05 May - 07 May
  • 11 May - 15 May