Brookfields Primary School Newsletter
Friday 7th July 2017
Brookfields Primary School, Hingeston St , B18 6PU 0121 675 1897
Head Teacher: Mrs Julie Berrow Deputy Head Teacher: Mrs Jane Cross
Summer Term 2017:
Monday 24th April-Friday 21st July 2017
PLEASE NOTE SCHOOL WILL FINISH AT 1.15PM ON FRIDAY 21ST JULY
Autumn Term 2017:
School will be open to pupils on Wednesday 6th September 2017
THE BIG SLEUTH
Our bear is now on display! Look at www.thebigsleuth.co.uk for more information.
OTHER EVENTS FOR THE END OF TERM
Friday 7th-Wednesday 12th July – Scholastic Book Fair
Wednesday 12th July – Parents’ Afternoon 1-4 pm
Friday 14th July – Y6 Banquet
Tuesday 18th July – KS1/KS2 Choir Concert 9.00 am
Wednesday 19th July – KS1/KS2 Music Concert 9.00 am
Wednesday 19th July- Y6 Leavers’ Production 1.45 pm
Thursday 20th July – Reception’s Performance 1.45 pm
Friday 21st July – Leavers’ Assembly 9.00 am
ATTENDANCE FOR W/E 30.06.2017
The Y3/Y4 will take part in a football tournament taking place on
Tuesday 11th July 2017
Thank you to all parents who attended Y4s Inspire workshop this week discussing UNICEF Rights Respecting School. We are committed to respect for individuals and groups across the school and we will continue to develop this across school for all pupils. If you have any concerns, please do come and talk to us.
Year 3’s workshop will be on Thursday 13th July 2017. Please come and support your child’s learning. Babies welcome!
Nursery Pupils visited the Tesco Store in
Springhill on Tuesday 4th and Thursday 6th July 2017.
SUPER HERO WEEK
On Monday 10th July, pupils in Reception will be starting Super
Hero Week. This project has been chosen by the children.
Pupils can dress up as their favourite super hero and
Teachers will be dressing up as well!
KS1: What is the most recognisable feature of a hedgehog’s appearance?
KS2: The death of every member of a particular species is known as what?
Answers to last week questions:
KS1: What is the only continent on earth where Giraffes live in the wild?-AFRICA
KS2: Botany is the study of? – PLANTS
Well done to Wudassay and Terry Y2B and Larry Y3H who got the correct answers.
Did you know that Mars is a rocky, red planet? It has the highest mountains
in the Solar System and has two moons!