Brookfields Primary School Newsletter
Brookfields Primary School
Telephone: 0121 675 1897
Headteacher: Mrs Julie Berrow
Deputy Headteacher: Mrs Jane Cross
Friday 12th 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
The school has achieved Level 1 of the Startwell Award and have been presented with a certificate.
This award covers being active; eating well and achieving more.
ATTENDANCE FOR W/E 05.05.2017
Y5 pupils visited Perry Beeches Secondary School this week. They took part in exciting lessons which included Science, Art, History, Drama and Physical Education.
Y1 visited the West Midlands Safari Park on Friday 12th May 2017. The weather was not very good but they had an exciting time seeing lots of different animals
Pupils from Y1 will be visiting St John’s Church next week. Y1W will be visiting the church on Monday 15th May and Y1C will be going on Tuesday 16th May 2017
Reception Pupils will be taking part in Balance ability next Monday 15th May 2017. This will take place on Monday 22nd May, Monday 5th June and Monday 12th June.
The next coffee morning will take place on will be on Tuesday 16th May 2017 at 9.00 am.
STAY AND PLAY
Stay and Play will recommence on Thursday 18th May and the theme will continue with the Hungry Caterpillar.
Well done to the Y6 pupils who took part in SATS this week. A big thank you to the parents who supported their children during this period.
The Y3/Y4 Football Team took part in a tournament at Aston Villa on Tuesday 9th May. The score was Cromwell 3-1 Brookfields. There were some good performances despite the loss
Pupils from Y4-6 will participate in a football tournament at Abbey Catholic Primary School on Tuesday 16th May and the KS2 Girls Football Team will take part in the ESPSFA Football League on Wednesday 17th May 2017.
KS1—When a candle burns it produces both light and____.
Complete the sentence.
KS2 — Which of these is a danger to a marine habitat? Algae, killer whales, rubbish or seaweed
Answers to last week’s questions:
KS1 – A Snail
KS2 – An ecosystem includes all of the living plants in a given area, interacting with each other, and also with their non-living environments.
Well done to Kierah Y1W and Michelle Y4C who
got the right answers.