The Value for this term is:
Resilience

Our New Approach to Promoting Behaviour and Engagement

Posted by on 18:59 in | Acorn Class, Beech, Beech Class, Cedar, Cedar Class, Featured, Laurel, Maple, Maple Class

Our New Approach to Promoting Behaviour and Engagement

To find out more following on from our ‘Promoting Engagement and Managing Behaviour’ evening, please click on the link below. If you have any questions about our approach, we would be delighted to meet with you. Promoting Engagement and Managing Behaviour Presentation

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Shakespeare Rocks

Posted by on 20:26 in | Cedar, Cedar Class, Uncategorized

Shakespeare Rocks

Dear Cedar Class, You are an incredible group of children that have demonstrated on several occasions that you have the ability to organise fantastic presentations and assemblies. The next step is to take the lead on your own production: now you have your chance! Shakespeare Rocks The Script – Shakespeare Rocks -Full Play Script  The Music Sing it Shakespeare Rocks (PC) (I’m hoping that this is the karaoke version for you to download, but I can’t guarantee that it will work) SPELLING HOMEWORK: -igh- words OvertureThe...

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You have the Right to have an opinion!

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You have the Right to have an opinion!

Cedar (and Beech) Class Homework The Big end of year performance is around the corner, but nothing has been decided yet. It is your choice. Click here to access padlet so that you explore the musical options. Once you have heard the songs share your view with the class.  

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Cedar Class Bridges Homework

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Cedar Class Bridges Homework

Cedar Class Topic Homework Summer Half-Term 2019 ‘Bridging The Divide’   Next term’s topic will be ‘Bridging the Divide’ where we will be learning about structures, including bridges and the process of moving from one place to another. Your homework this half-term is to create something that you think could be related to the topic. This could include: Building a bridge Drawing a bridge Making something to travel across a divide Writing a story about travelling Taking pictures of amazing bridges Explaining how bridges work Share a mind map...

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Community Comes Together to Celebrate Badge Fayre

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Community Comes Together to Celebrate Badge Fayre

The May King’s Crown The May Queen’s Crown The term finished with community, courage and captivating entertainment at Badge Fayre. Juan and Caitlin Crowned May King & Queen   Click below on the Henley Standard logo to read their coverage of Badge Fayre:     Thank you everyone for such a great term! Check out this month’s newsletter: Newsletter May...

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Internet Safety Week

Posted by on 20:22 in | Beech, Beech Class, Cedar, Cedar Class, Featured, Internet Safety, Laurel, Maple, Maple Class, Rowan Class

Internet Safety Week

Our week of learning about the Internet and how to keep safe culminated today in an community assembly presented (and organised) by the children. Laurel Class (EYFS and Year 1) presented information on what the Internet is shared their pictures: Dakota and Erin shared afterwards that they had learnt that the Internet is more than a billion computers linked together. Lisa, a Laurel Class parent, added that she had not know that the Internet was not owned by anyone and therefore no one monitored it or controlled what was uploaded – scary!...

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No Idling At Badgemore – Update!

Posted by on 20:42 in | Beech, Beech Class, Cedar, Cedar Class, Eco Warriors, Featured, Laurel, Maple, Maple Class

No Idling At Badgemore – Update!

Badgemore have teamed up with Clean Air For Henley on two fronts in the last few weeks: firstly to encourage everyone to walk to school and secondly to reduce idling (of car engines) around our town. UPDATED INFORMATION: Today a Dispatches documentary reports on tests by King’s College London on primary school children in north London who were found to be exposed to nitrogen dioxide pollution 53 per cent higher than the legal limit. More than 50 children at the school wore backpacks for a week containing air pollution monitors. Pupils driven...

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Will You Take The Walk To School Challenge This Week?

Posted by on 10:46 in | Beech, Beech Class, Cedar, Cedar Class, Featured, Laurel, Maple, Maple Class

Will You Take The Walk To School Challenge This Week?

This week children, parents and staff will be taking up the 5 Day Walk To School Challenge to raise awareness of pollution and promote well-being. There will be lots of incentives such as stickers, team points and badges for all those children who participate on at least one day. If your journey requires the use of a car, try parking away from school and walking for the last few minutes of your journey. Here are some reasons why walking (or cycling) to school is a great idea: Health Soaring rates of childhood obesity and illnesses such as...

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Lost Words

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‘Once upon a time, words began to vanish from the language of children. They disappeared so quietly that at first no one noticed – fading away like water on stone. The words were those that children used to name the natural world around them: acorn, adder, bluebell, bramble, conker – gone! Fern, heather, kingfisher, otter, raven, willow, raven, wren…all of them gone! The words were becoming lost: no longer vivid in children’s voices, no longer alive in their stories.’ From the introductory paragraph to...

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Badgemore Boosting Biodiversity with Wildflower Meadows

Posted by on 20:21 in | Eco Warriors, Featured, Home Page, School

Badgemore Boosting Biodiversity with Wildflower Meadows

We have undertaken some incredible projects are Badgemore Primary School. Here is another one we are very proud of: Badgemore School and Parks Services Boost Biodiversity With Wildflower...

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