The Value for this term is:
Courage

Race Equality Statement

Posted by on 09:32 in | Featured

Race Equality Statement   At Badgemore School we reject racism in all forms and are issuing this statement that reflects on what we have done so far and looks to the future as to how we will do more. As a school we recognise we have a role to play in sending a message that racism in all its forms can never be tolerated. Overt and covert racism exists and persists in society and we intend to play our part as best we can in changing this. To stand against racism means that all members of our community must be confident and bold enough to...

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Information for New September Starters

Posted by on 12:03 in | Featured

We now have a sparkling new page dedicated to providing information for our new September starters!   Please goto:¬† www.badgemore.oxon.sch.uk/laurel/september-2020-new-starters   If you have any question please do not hesitate to contact the school on office.2513@badgemore.oxon.sch.uk There are no such things as silly questions ūüôā Registrations packs are to be sent shortly via email, the will need to be completed and returned via email, thank you.  

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Risk Assessment for Coronavirus – Re-opening of Badgemore School

Posted by on 13:55 in | Featured

Please find below our current Risk Assessment for Coronavirus: September 2020 Reviewed and updated in line with advice/guidance from Government Risk assessment September updated 28.08.20 Risk assessment for Reception class Risk assessment Re-opening of school Reception...

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Laurel pupil opens up his own Art Shop

Posted by on 12:58 in | Featured

We are very proud that one of our Laurel pupils has found a way to not only keep busy and creative at home but also a way to raise money for charity. He has started selling his art work! The money raised through his sales is going towards the wonderful Chiltern Centre. So far since starting he has raised just under £300 with 5 pieces currently commissioned!  Well done! If you would like to find out more about his story and how this all started and about the Chiltern Centre and the wonderful work they do please go to:...

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World Record Attempt

Posted by on 10:39 in | Featured, Uncategorized

Be part of World Record attempt Register to be part of breaking the Guinness World Record title for the Largest Online Art Lesson ever led by Rob Biddulph. on the 21st May @ 4pm BST | 8am PST.   More details can be found here.   If you do decide to take part please let us know and send your teacher a picture!

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Home Schooling: The Opportunities and Challenges Ahead

Posted by on 08:30 in | Featured, Headteacher

Home Schooling: The Opportunities and Challenges Ahead

Dear Badgemore Parents, The government has now announced that schools will close for the majority of children in the England. As the headteacher of Badgemore Primary School, we have been preparing for the possibility of Home Schooling for several weeks. Everyday is precious in a child’s education so as a school we have organised activities to maintain learning in the next few weeks. On Monday 16th March, my youngest son was sent home from school due to a ‘new and continuous cough’. At the time, I knew that this meant that he...

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Home Schooling Activites

Posted by on 20:43 in | Cedar, Cedar Class

Mrs Monks contact details Рcedar@badgemore.oxon.sch.uk (available 10-11am and 2-3pm on weekdays) Year 6  Children need to continue using their SATs buster books. We would recommend that the Year 6 children work for 3 sessions of 45 minutes each day. Year 5 Below are activities for the year 5 children. We would recommend that the Year 5 children work for 3 sessions of 40 minutes each day. Book Report Alternatives Literacy and Maths Homework Science experiments at home Fractions-of-money-differentiated-activity-sheets Calculating the...

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Badgemore’s Readiness for Home Schooling

Posted by on 20:17 in | Beech, Cedar, Featured, Laurel, Maple

Badgemore’s Readiness for Home Schooling

As Public Health England have asked schools to close, we believe it is essential that our pupils continue to learn despite the disruption. Reading responses from the parental readiness questionnaire, we recognise that there will be several challenges including: juggling child-care and work commitments organising educational activities keeping children focused on learning relieving boredom and generally coping with a very difficult and unusual situation Our guidance to home schooling: Set up a timetable  for the day that gives you and your...

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Badgemore’s Preparations for COVID-19

Posted by on 17:51 in | Beech, Cedar, Featured, Laurel, Maple

Badgemore’s Preparations for COVID-19

Dear parents, carers and guardians,  The staff at Badgemore are following national guidance from Public Health England. The most common symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) are recent onset of a new continuous cough and/or high temperature. If you have these symptoms, however mild, stay at home and do not leave your house for 7 days from when your symptoms started. You do not need to call NHS 111 to go into self-isolation. If your symptoms worsen during home isolation or are no better after 7 days, contact NHS 111 online. If you have no...

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Whole School ‘Ocean’ Homework

Posted by on 16:15 in | Beech, Cedar, Eco Warriors, Featured, Laurel, Maple

Whole School ‘Ocean’ Homework

Between 7th and 15th March, Badgemore will be actively and, on times, energetically participating in The Henley Youth Festival. For those of you who are new to the festival, it is just brilliant! The activities are so diverse, fun and educational. As far as I am aware there are no other events like it anywhere else in the UK. Details will be coming out shortly to share the events the children are doing in school time. Each year, there are several competitions for the children to enter and the whole school homework this year is to create an...

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