Thank you to all of our amazing children who have participated in well being week! We have seen so many children outside getting active and feel it has had a positive impact on well being. This is just the start! Well done Brooklands Farm!
What a week it has been for Well Being Week! The sun has been shining and all of the year groups have been making the most of it by completing active breaks to improve well being. Children have been recording their well being and thinking about strategies to improve it. Please talk to your children about their well being and strategies at home.
Year 2 have had some fun this week with yoga and relay races at playtime.
Please find below the presentation from the Year 2 KS1 Assessment information evening last half term.
Below is a link to the governments information regarding KS1 assessments.
Accelerated Reader have been back in touch!
Many of you will have seen Miss Sheridan’s video blog back in July. She talked about the ways in which we have used Accelerated Reader at Brooklands Farm. This time, they came back to find out how we use theory and evidence-based research to ensure we provide the very best education for all children. They loved the way we use assessments to help children understand the progress they have made and how we create dialogue with children,providing them with opportunities to set their own next steps and goals. Click here to find out more:
To read Miss Sheridan’s blog, click here:
Today we had an exciting surprise visit from the police! They let us try on their uniforms and go inside the police car! They even put the sirens on and let us ‘beep’ the horn!
“I felt excited.”
“Wow! Now I want to be a police man!”
“Police cars are really cool. My favourite part was when people got put in (tried on) handcuffs!”
This was a really exciting experience and we will talk more about the police in our ‘Inspiration and Aspiration’ project!
Way back in March we organised a charity event for staff, in aid of Cancer Research. One of our parents, Roopa Chudasama, kindly organised for some members of the Clinique team at Debenhams to come and pamper us for an evening! It was a lovely opportunity for us to spend some time relaxing, as there’s normally no time for that in a busy place like a school! But more importantly, we were able to raise money for a charity very close to my heart. Many of our lives have been touched by cancer and we would like to thank Roopa and the Clinique team for helping us raise money for such a worthwhile cause.
Thank you to the families who joined in with our sports activities after school today! We had a great time challenging each other to see who could do the most keepy-uppies, or who could keep a rally going the longest. The number to beat for tennis ball bounces on a racket was 98! What a record, Anghad!
We have only raised a small amount so far, but hopefully this is the start of a much bigger amount which we can donate to such a worthwhile charity.
Watch this space for more photos of our fundraising activities which will take place this week and next. We look forward to seeing how much we can raise in total!
A couple of months ago we set a whole-school homework challenge around reading and World Book Day. The task was to show what reading means to you, in the form of a poem, song, poster, or anyway you thought best! Entries were collected from around the whole country and the World Book Day team have been busy deciding on the very best entries.
We are very pleased to announce that one of our very own Brooklands Farm family has been chosen as one the winners!
Aydan Patel, in Year 4, has been selected and as his prize he will be able to choose £500 worth of books for our school!
We are so proud of Aydan and completely agree that his reading song is absolutely wonderful! We would like to thank Aydan and his family for the time and effort they have put into making the song. We can’t wait to see which books Aydan chooses!
Here is Aydan’s award winning Reading song: