Brookfields Primary School Newsletter
Brookfields Primary School
Telephone: 0121 675 1897
Headteacher: Mrs Julie Berrow
Deputy Headteacher: Mrs Jane Cross
Friday 5th May 2017
Summer Term 2017:
Monday 24th April-Friday 21st July 2017
Monday 29th May to Friday 2nd June 2017
Autumn Term 2017:
School will re-open on Wednesday 5th September 2017
SUMMER TERM 2017
As the weather is getting warmer, pupils need to wear sun hats and they should apply sun cream.
Please make sure children wear shoes, so that they are safe in the playground.
ATTENDANCE FOR W/E 28.04.2017
Animals in Hands have visited the School today. The pupils from Foundation have seen a Barn Owl; Hedgehog; Rabbit; Snake, Tortoise and Gecko Lizard.
Pupils in Y2 visited the Lickey Hills on Thursday 4th May. They had an amazing time. The children were able to compare the countryside to features of a city.
Y5 pupils will be visiting Perry Beeches Secondary School in the week commencing 8th May 2017 to take part in exciting lessons. The timetable will include Science, Art, History, Drama and Physical Education.
Y1 will be visiting the West Midlands Safari Park on Friday 12th May 2017.
There will be no Coffee Morning next week. The next one will be on Tuesday 16th May 2017.
STAY AND PLAY
Stay and Play will not take place next week. The next Session will be on Thursday 11th May.
These will take place next week. Y6 can come to Breakfast Club during SATS week and can have a free breakfast on Monday until Friday.
Breakfast Club starts at 8 am and pupils are encouraged to come to this. It is a good way to start the day!
The Y3/Y4 Football Team will be taking part in a tournament at Aston Villa on Tuesday 9th May.
If you child wishes to take part in after school clubs, please see Mr Francis.
Did you know there are more than 190 countries and over 6,500 different languages spoken in the world.
If you would like to apply for a nursery place for your child for September 2017, please come the school office.
KS1—Some animals move quickly and some animals move slowly. Which one of these animals moves slowly — cheetah; shark or snail?
KS2 — What is an ecosystem?
Answers to last weeks questions: KS1 – Caterpillar
KS2 - The ear drum
Well done to Elias Y1W and Amina Y4C who got the right answers.