The Value for this term is:
Resilience

Making Connections with the Chinese Dragons

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Making Connections with the Chinese Dragons

This week, we have been bringing our Chinese New Year Dragons to life. Lights, buzzers and even motors have been added to make some amazing creatures. Enjoy looking through the pictures and come see our dragon display in school. This amazing dragon is still available to see on the wow wall Abi takes care to ensure all connections are correctly made. Juan and Isaac are delighted as their dragon lights up. Wow! It works. David and Leo whip up a storm with their rotating dragon tongue Imogen’s conductive dragon Seb lights up with his...

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Whole School Half-Term Homework

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Whole School Half-Term Homework

We have planned two exciting half-term homeworks: The Extreme Reading Challenge and the ‘Dream’ Creation Click here for a printable version of the whole school homework Extreme Reading Challenge Do you love to read in weird and wonderful places? We want to share these in pictures with the school. Please get a picture taken of you reading in a weird or wonderful place and bring it into school for the Monday after half-term. ‘Dream’ Creation This year the Henley Youth Festival’s theme is Dreams. We would like you to make...

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Cedar Class Homework 6/02/19 and SATs Presentation

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Cedar Class Homework 6/02/19 and SATs Presentation

Thank you to all the parents who came to the SATs evening meeting on Tuesday. We would like to recommend that you purchase the SATs Buster books from the school office. Badgemore get a discount so that each book is £1.75 instead of £3.75. I believe the total is approximately £14.00 for the complete set.   Below is the presentation from the SATs presentation: 2019 KS2 SATs practice Cedar Class Homework: We will be celebrating Chinese New Year on Friday and would everyone to complete their dragons ready for Friday morning. Year 6 English...

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联合世界 – World In Union

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联合世界 – World In Union

Today, the world seemed a smaller place. Two classes that live and learn over 8ooo km apart, today lived and learnt side-by-side. I have no doubt that today’s meetings will have a life-long impact on the children of both Badgemore and Xi’an Primary Schools.  The children modelled an amazing prejudice-free approach and realised that regardless of where we live or the colour of our skin or the language we speak, we are all human beings sharing one planet. Friendships were formed Playing together Sharing mathematical methods Learning...

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Learning Activities for Today’s Snow Day

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Learning Activities for Today’s Snow Day

Today, Badgemore Primary School is closed due to the volume of snow that has fallen overnight. Here are the learning activities set for each class: EYFS 1.Maths Please can your child draw a picture of the objects that they can find around the house that are the same as a cylinder, a cube, a cuboid, a sphere and a pyramid. They need to carefully label their drawing and try to count the number of sides and edges. Writing Please can your child draw a picture of something they do on their exciting snow day. They then need to try to label it-...

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When Granny’s knickers blew away!

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When Granny’s knickers blew away!

On Monday, it was a privilege to host the author of ‘When Granny’s knickers blew away,’  Grant Koper. EYFS, Year 1 and 2 thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Some children had pre-ordered a book and he signed their copies before he left. Grant very kindly presented the school with a copy of his latest book. The children really enjoyed finding out how to write a book and the inspiration behind his story. We can wait for our next author to visit....

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Mr Hoskins Wins Community Champion Award

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Mr Hoskins Wins Community Champion Award

Mr Hoskins standing with the other Community Champions Two of the three members of the Badgemore community who were nominated as community Champions: Mr Ahmad and Mr Hoskins Pat Sly – the third member of the Badgemore Community nominated for a Community Champion Award Mr Hoskins walking to collect his award Mr Hoskins’ parents who came for moral support Last Friday brought a party like no other as Henley’s community stars were honoured at the first ever Henley Herald Community Champion Awards. Many of the town’s familiar and most...

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Celebrating Chinese New Year

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Celebrating Chinese New Year

On 5th February, it is the Chinese New Year. To celebrate this big event Oliver, who is also celebrating his birthday, has very kindly given out ‘Lucky Red Envelopes’ to all the children in Cedar Class. Thank you Oliver and Gong xi fa cai!...

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Chinese Visitors Coming to Celebrate The New Year

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Chinese Visitors Coming to Celebrate The New Year

Next week, children and teachers from ‘Primary School attached to Shaanxi Normal University’ in Xi’an, China will be visiting Badgemore to help us celebrate The Chinese New Year. This will be an amazing opportunity for the children to meet and learn with peers from a completely different culture. In class, the children have been learning some basic Mandarin sayings and we hope to make our visitors feel welcome as we share languages, hobbies and play. Here are some pictures showing our friends’ school in Xi’an and...

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Cedar Class Homework

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Cedar Class Homework

Next week, we have our Chinese friends joining us from ‘Primary School Attached to Shaanxi Normal University, Xi’an’. So in preparation for the visit, please research one aspect of the city of Xi’an, China. You could focus on their sports teams, famous sites, famous people or popular foods. Your research could be presented as a poster, Powerpoint, report or something more creative. The aim is to develop a greater understanding of our visitors before they arrive. Spelling – Each child has selected their own words...

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