Key Stage 2 Summer News Broughton Primary School

Croeso! Welcome!

Welcome to the Key Stage 2 summer newsletter. It has been brilliant being able to welcome all the children back after the Easter holidays. Each class has settled back in really well and are all enjoying their topics. Our summer term newsletter will give you a bit more information about what we’ve got planned for this term and what the children will learning about.

We are continuing to work in our ‘bubbles’ to keep everyone safe. This does mean we are still coming to school in PE kit on PE days, not bringing unneccessary items into school, and making sure we socially distance and handwash. I would value your support in following these guidelines when around school, particularly following the one way system, socially distancing and using the paths provided in the car park.

Thank you for your continued support and I look forward to seeing you over the course of the summer term - Mr Elliott.


We have been working hard at Broughton to utilise technology and make the curriculum more accessible to our whole school community. We have created a more accessible version of this newsletter which has Immersive Reader built in. Immersive Reader is a free tool that implements proven techniques to improve reading for people, regardless of their age or ability. Immersive Reader is particularity useful for dyslexia and English language learners (children and adults).

Click the button below to access our accessibility version of this newsletter or scroll down to continue reading.


Our topics got off to an exciting start last week! Year 3 saw the opening of a theme park, Year 4 attended a music festival and Year 5/6 had a virtual visit from Tomos Roberts, the author of The Great Realisation!

Alongside these topics, the children will be working through their Maths Mastery, Language lessons, Welsh, PE and RE. We’ll keep you updated via Seesaw on how the children are getting on. As with each topic that we deliver we give the children ownership of their learning and they decide what they would like to learn about.

Day one of our topics!

Summer Term Dates

May bank holiday: School will be closed Monday May 3rd

Half term - school closes on Friday May 28th and reopens Monday 7th June

Summer holidays - school closes on Thursday 15th July

Upcoming events

National Stephen Lawrence Day

Thursday 22nd April is National Stephen Lawrence Day. On the day, we will join a live assembly to learn about racial inequality and celebrate Stephen Lawrence’s life. In memory of Stephen, we collected food for our local Flintshire Food Bank. Thank you to everyone who donated.

Friend or foe?

Throughout May Year 4 classes will participate in virtual workshops with PC Woodworth

Sports day

Due to COVID-19 restrictions children will participate in sports day within class bubbles. Unfortunately no parents will be allowed on the school site.

Year 6 Leavers

Year 6 leavers celebrations will look different this year due to COVID-19 but rest assured that staff are working hard to plan an enjoyable but safe event, following Welsh Government COVID-19 guidelines. We will be in touch with more information.

Adobe 200 word challenge

Adobe and Miss Sturdy set Year 5/6 a 200 word challenge to complete


  • Oliver (Year 5)
  • Sophie (Year 6)
  • Arthur (Year 5)
  • Elodie (Year 5)
  • Riley (Year 5)
  • Ella (Year 6)

Broughton reporters

Meet our new team of reporters and editors. They have been busy designing a newsletter specially for the residents at Warrendale Cottage Residential Home.

National tests & reporting to parents

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we will not be participating in the annual Welsh Government National Tests.

We will still send out reports to parents as normal to give a overview of your child's progress this year.

Please continue to support us in reducing and eradicate the spread of COVID

  • Ensure you wear a face covering at all times when on school site.
  • Continue to adhere to socially distancing guidelines, avoiding any gathering with other adults.
  • Keep your children with you at all times.
  • Only one adult to drop off and collect to reduce the number of adults on site.
  • Leave the school site as quickly as possible once you dropped off or collected your child.


In the event of your child having to self isolate for an extended period of time (10-14 days) they should access Google classroom using their Hwb log in. There is a spreadsheet with list of activities of the children can access covering a wide range of topics - called isolation tasks.

If a whole year group or department has to self isolate children should access Google classroom and there will be regularly updated activities for the children to complete.


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