Message from the recycling crew
Our New Play Equipment
We are pleased to announce that our new play equipment has been opened by Bromley Bear. The local mascot.
The play equipment replaced a timber trail that had previously been in the same place but had started showing signs of wear and tear. The children, helped Bromley Bear cut the ribbons and declare the new play equipment open!
The children were very excited to see Bromley Bear and look forward to using the new play equipment at playtimes, lunchtime and during stay and play before and after school. The local preschool will also use the equipment throughout the day.
The new equipment consists of a central climbing frame with satellite equipment surrounding it; including a wobbly bridge and cargo net alongside a log swing and pull up bars. The school received a £10,000 grant from National Lottery funding, a large donation from the Bromley Heath Friends of School and funds from the school to enable them to replace the equipment. The play equipment has been designed to allow the children to challenge themselves physically and develop their coordination and strength when using it. The school council conducted risk assessments of the equipment and they have produced a safe use guide for each piece of equipment which will be displayed near each item.
The children are enjoying using all of the equipment but particularly the climbing frame, cargo net and new pull up bars.
The Year 2 performers in our Key Stage 1 production of Hey Ewe!
Wake and shake for Children In Need
Book Week 2018 was a huge success despite it being cut short by the snow. All of the children enjoyed all of the exciting events including a visiting storyteller, sharing our own favourite books, swapping teachers for story time and having a reading café! We would like to thank all of our families for taking part with enthusiasm and putting so much effort into creating fantastic World Book Day costumes.