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14
Sep 2018

Multiples and Moves

This week we have been putting our brains and bodies into gear. In maths, we can now count in multiples of 6, 7 and 9. Today we cut some strides in our first Street Dance lesson, see the evidence below.

On Monday please don't forget:
1. Your spelling homework book
2. Your reading book
3. Your Roman Day slip




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Posted on
07
Sep 2018

Our First Week

Wow! What an amazing start to the year. The children have demonstrated some great learning powers this week, including resilience, collaboration, resourcefulness and independent learning skills. They have discussed what makes a good learner, revised their colours in French, tested their spelling knowledge and learnt about what these Roman artefacts were used for? See if your family can work out what they are.

Don't forget your swimming and Roman Day permission slips for Monday, and if anyone hasn’t brought indoor shoes or a P.E. kit to school yet, please bring them on Monday.

Have a great weekend.



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18
Jul 2018

The last 2 days

Tomorrow we will be having a film in the morning and a games afternoon. Please bring games or toys but nothing electronic. On Friday Y4H will be doing ICT followed by a game of rounders and the leavers assembly is at 1.30pm.



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13
Jul 2018

Enterprise Week

We had lots of fun investigating, designing and creating our products and we learnt lots by evaluating them afterwards. The market day and picnic was a huge success and both classes sold out of their product! I know the children have a greater understanding and appreciation of what goes into the production of different objects.
Final week next week! See you then.



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Posted on
06
Jul 2018

Science, Fun Run and Caves

On Tuesday in science, we discussed the importance of our diaphragm for helping us breathe and the link between how much regular exercise we do and the number of breaths we take. The children, including Mrs Owens, managed the fun run (clearly demonstrating our need for more breaths after exercise) brilliantly, despite the heat. We have already raised over £1000 for our running track. Please remember to send in all sponsor money asap. In literacy, the children have been following the news about the Thai boys trapped in the cave. We discussed their problem solving ideas on how to rescue the boys and letters were written to the boys and their families.



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Our 50th anniversary

50th Anniversary

An Introduction to Bradway Primary

Selected Quotes

"Thank you for developing me the way you have. Bradway is a great school." - Kieron, ex pupil Y6