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Broadgate is a primary school that values standards and achievement in all aspects of learning.  We strive to achieve the best possible outcomes for our pupils, in a learning environment that seeks to ensure all children are happy, successful and confident.  We are extremely proud of all that goes on here and the wonderful community that we serve.  

As this website demonstrates, the children at Broadgate are supported in life and learning by dedicated staff, governors, parents and carers.

Please use the links to browse around our website, which provides a wealth of information about our school.  It contains details of everything you need to know about life at Broadgate, and if you think we’ve missed something, please don’t hesitate to see our contact us page and let us know.  Enjoy browsing!

Warm regards,

Elaine McLellan.

School News Feed
  • Important
    16 July 2021
    Contact tracing after 19th July
    Dear all, I have been sent some information from the DfE about the changes to contact tracing after Monday 19th July which I have attached to this message. Please be aware that if your child develops symptoms on or after 19th July you will still need to keep them away from school and get them tested. Please do still let the school office know the results of the test. However school will NOT then collapse the bubble. Parents of the affected child will be contacted by NHS Test and Trace in order to identify close contacts. According to the new guidance, being in the same class or bubble will not necessarily identify children as a close contact. After 16th August children under 18 will no longer be required to self-isolate if identified as a close contact, but instead will be asked to take a PCR test. I would like to thank you all for your patience and support whilst we have had to act as contact tracers and where we have had to collapse bubbles. Hopefully these new arrangements will prove to be far less disruptive to the children's education. Please take care and stay safe all.
  • Event
    2 July 2021
    Summer Reading Challenge
    Dear all, Please see the attached poster about a summer reading challenge taking place across the city for all children. If you would like your child/children to join in you will need to register them at a local library on Saturday 10th July. I am sure it will be a lovely, fun activity for children to join in with.
  • Newsletter
    1 July 2021
    July newsletter
    Dear all, Please find attached my July newsletter - the final newsletter of this academic year! I have also attached an updated school calendar for next academic year following changes to the term dates due to the Queen's platinum jubilee next year.
  • Important
    21 June 2021
    Changes to when to use PCR testing
    Dear all, I have been asked to share the following information with you: PCR tests for close contacts – the government have recently made changes to the guidance documents for households and contacts with possible or confirmed Covid-19. The guidance now includes information that close contacts of positive cases can also get PCR tests whilst self isolating even if they have no symptoms : “PCR tests while you are self-isolating as a contact - You can arrange to have a single PCR test whether or not you have symptoms. This is because you are at a higher risk of being infected. The results of the PCR test will help NHS Test and Trace contact people who may have caught the virus from you. They can then self-isolate and avoid passing it on to others. Taking a test will help find as many people with COVID-19 as possible and, by tracing your contacts, help reduce the spread of infection to others. You should arrange to have this PCR test as soon as possible within your 10 day isolation period, so that NHS Test and Trace can identify the people that you have been in contact with. You can order a home test kit or book an appointment at a test site. To reduce the risk to others you should only use a test site if you are unable to use the home PCR testing service. If you go to a test site, strictly observe social distancing advice and return home immediately afterwards. If you order a home test kit you should use and return it within 48 hours of receiving it. If your PCR test result is negative, you should still stay at home and self-isolate to avoid putting others at risk. This is because you could still become infectious during the 10 day isolation period. If your PCR test result is positive, follow the advice for people with COVID-19 to stay at home and start a further full 10 day isolation period, regardless of where you are in your original 10 day isolation period. This means that your total isolation period will be longer than 10 days. You should not arrange to have a PCR test if you have previously received a positive PCR test result in the last 90 days, unless you develop any new symptoms of COVID-19. It is possible for PCR tests to remain positive for some time after COVID-19 infection.”

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