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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 November 2020
    Relationships and Sex Education Policy
    Dear all, In the summer term term 2021, all schools will be required by law to teach a new relationships and sex education curriculum. Although there are changes to the law, in practice this will mean very little difference to what we actually teach in school. As part of this change I have had to update our policy on relationships and sex education and must consult with parents on the new policy. Therefore I have attached to this message our new policy in full. However this is a very large document so I have therefore also attached a summary of the policy which provides the detail of what we will be teaching in school. I am aware the date on this policy is May 2020, but due to the situation at that time I was advised not to send it then. If you would like to comment or ask any questions about the policy please email the school on office@broadgateprimary.org.uk writing RSE policy in the title. I will then be able to respond to your comments. Many thanks.
  • Newsletter
    2 November 2020
    November newsletter
    Dear all, I hope that you have all had a lovely half term break and are feeling ready and rested for whatever the next few weeks are going to throw at us! It is certainly going to be a challenging time, but I am hopeful that we will continue to be open and continue to see you all each day. I have attached this month's newsletter for your information. There is some important information in this letter about school photographs, face coverings and other things that will be taking place this half term, so please do take the time to read it. I look forward to seeing you tomorrow, when our new half term begins.
  • Important
    19 October 2020
    Procedures for remote learning
    Dear all, Please find attached a document that outlines our procedures for remote learning. These are the procedures that we will be following from today, should your child need to self-isolate, or in the event of a year group bubble having to close. All our learning will be provided either through our Learning Platform or in the cases of Nursery and Reception, through Tapestry. In the case of Year 1 to 6, children will have their log in details for the learning platform in their reading diary. If anyone does not have access to the internet, please contact the school and hard copies of work will be provided. However, please be aware that if hard copies are being provided it will not be possible to mark work until the children return to school and bring the work with them.
  • Important
    24 September 2020
    Keeping warm
    Dear all, I hope you are staying safe and well in these difficult times. Fortunately we are still able to carry on as normal in school and the children seem to be coping extremely well with all the changes. I am contacting you today regarding one of our most important safety measures in school. You may recall that in the information I sent out at the start of the term I talked about the importance of good ventilation and how we need to keep doors and windows open to maintain air flow in the school. This was fine whilst the weather was good but the last couple of days have shown how different it feels when the weather is not so good. As it is now officially autumn, colder days are going to become more frequent. Therefore you may want to send your child to school with additional layers of clothing in order to keep warm. Children are able to wear thermal underwear (vests, leggings), extra socks, additional tops or t-shirts (UNDER their school uniform), and can also wear a plain black fleece or hoody over their school jumper. Fleeces and hoodies MUST be plain black with NO slogans, pictures or logos on them. This is a temporary addition to our school uniform whilst we have our COVID-19 risk assessment in place. Thank you all for your continued patience and understanding as we continue to refine our processes.

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