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Posted on April 29th, 2015 by brometadmin

 

  • Star of the Week - This week our Star of the Week is Imogen Massally. Well done Imogen keep up the good work and positive attitude towards your learning! Related
  • Weekly Learning Week 10 - Here is some of our learning from this week; Related
  • Science Investigation Week 8 - This week we were investigating the properties of waterproof materials. The children had to use different materials such as plastic, paper, fabric and tissue to patch up their torn umbrellas. Then we went outside to test if these materials waterproof. Here’s  what happened!! Related
  • Herts County Show Art Competition 2017 - If you would like to enter the competition please send your entries into school by March 21st.We will have them all on display in the hall after school on the 24th when winners for each age group will be chosen and submitted to the Hertfordshire County Show. The topic this year is “I Love Herts” […]
  • Sparrow Class Weekly News February 6th 2017 - Monday 6th February ·         Please return water bottles, P.E. kits and book bags. ·         Chatty letter home. ·         Book bags, homework and water bottles due in.   Tuesday 7th February    ·         Safer Internet Day. ·         Reading Morning for all 8.45-9.10am. ·         French with Madame Lawson 11.30-12.00. ·         Book bags home. Wednesday 8th February ·         […]
  • Congratulations! - Dear Parents of Sparrow Class, We are pleased to announce that Sparrow class had the highest class attendance for the second half of the Autumn term. To reward the class, they can come to school in non-uniform (suitable for usual school activities) on Friday January 13th. Congratulations Sparrow class! MX-4140N_20170109_093410.pdf Related
  • Remembrance - The children have commemorated Remembrance Day at school today. Related
  • African Drumming Workshop - The children have enjoyed their African Drumming workshops today, we hope they share their learning with you over the weekend.   Related
  • MFL across the curriculum - Nightingale’s French day, learnt fruit, veg and the body in French and linked this to the Italian artist Acrimboldo. Related
  • Clubs Autumn 2016 - As requested, we are pleased to be able to offer the following clubs for the Autumn Term. We are still waiting on some clubs to confirm their details and will release them when we can. Bookings must be made on the School Gateway, and please return the relevant club form to school to ensure they […]
  • Clubs and Activities - Related
  • Partnering with the Hertfordshire School of Music - Thank you to all those that attended yesterday’s meeting about music provision here at Bromet. As part of our commitment to music, we are very excited to be partnering with the Hertfordshire School of Music to enhance the musical options, and increase access to music for all our pupils. Brief details of some of the […]
  • PTFA Extra-Ordinary General Meeting (EGM) 2016 - We hereby give notice of an EGM of the Bromet PTFA, to be held on March 2nd 2016. The evening will commence at 6.30pm in the school hall. The PTFA plays a vital part in the school community and all parents and friends, as members of the PTFA, are invited to support the EGM. This […]
  • Basketball Taster Sessions - West Herts Warriors are bringing basketball tatser sessions to Key Stage 2 at Bromet on Tuesday 23rd February. Related
  • Sport Relief - Our sponsored jump and skip will take place on Wednesday 23rd March. More details will follow. Friday 18th March – Parent/Children walk for Sport Relief. Pay £1 per family and walk up to 20 laps of the field. After your walk come and buy some tasty cakes baked for Sport Relief. Related
  • Cross Country - 4 children in Year 5 qualified for the Year 5 Watford and District Cross Country Finals in March 2016. Well done to Vinny, Rhys, Max and Kyra. Related
  • Bromet Boys Football - The boys football team won their league and have now qualified for the WDPS (Watford District Primary Schools) FA Champions League. Well done to the whole team! Related
  • Charity Tokens. - This term, we changed our reward system.  Instead of house points, children are rewarded for outstanding work or attitude with a token which they then donate to one of 3 charities.  The winning Charity this term is Guide Dogs UK and they will receive £50.  We are so proud of each and every child and […]
  • Sports Afternoon -   All the children took part in a variety of activities in their house teams for Sports Afternoon.  It was a chance for all the children to mix and show their support for each other.  It was lovely to see so many parents and carers come along to support the teams.  The winning house was Yellow […]
  • Multi-Skills Tournament -   KS1 were very lucky with the weather and were able to take part in a Multi-Skills Tournament.  Other schools from the local area joined us and a great day was had by all.  The children were supported by our Year 6 children who were excellent role models and encouraged the children to do their […]
  • Library Mural -   Thank you to St. Helens for their support and guidance in creating our amazing mural in our library.  The children designed the images and then went to St. Helens to create their visions in their Art department.  Here is the final result… Related
  • Pupil Voice - Introducing our Head boy and girl Declan Hi, I’m Declan, I am 10 years old. In enjoy playing football and also swimming. so obviously my favourite lesson is PE Scarlett Hi, my name is Scarlett. I enjoy being around wildlife and animals. At the weekend I attend drama classes and during the week I go […]

Charity Tokens.

This term, we changed our reward system.  Instead of house points, children are rewarded for outstanding work or attitude with a token which they then donate to one of 3 charities.  The winning Charity this term is Guide Dogs UK and they will receive £50.  We are so proud of each and every child and just look at all the tokens that have been awarded.  They are a huge credit to us and to you.

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Library Mural

Thank you to St. Helens for their support and guidance in creating our amazing mural in our library.  The children designed the images and then went to St. Helens to create their visions in their Art department.  Here is the final result…

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Multi-Skills Tournament

KS1 were very lucky with the weather and were able to take part in a Multi-Skills Tournament.  Other schools from the local area joined us and a great day was had by all.  The children were supported by our Year 6 children who were excellent role models and encouraged the children to do their best.

Sports Afternoon

All the children took part in a variety of activities in their house teams for Sports Afternoon.  It was a chance for all the children to mix and show their support for each other.  It was lovely to see so many parents and carers come along to support the teams.  The winning house was Yellow House who hold the House Cup for the second year running.

 

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