Health Week!

Healthy EatingNext week is Health Week! We have a range of interesting and exciting activities planned over the course of the week, including sports days, healthy eating workshops, a whole school picnic and  more. The Edinburgh Marathon festival this weekend will be a fitting start to the week long focus on health and wellbeing. We have around 113 children taking part!

Attached below is our Health Week passport. Each child will receive one of these. Over the following 2 weekends and Health week itself, can you see how many of the activities on the Health Passport you can complete? Complete the activity and then get your Parent/Carers to initial in the box next to the activity to say you have done it.
If you complete 5 or more of the activities, bring your passport back to school, hand it to your teacher and they will put it into the Health Week Prize draw which will be drawn at Assembly.
You could win an amazing prize of a space hopper (Nursery—P2) or a pogo stick (P3—P7)!

Good luck, and we hope you have lots of fun completing your passport!

Broughton Health Week Activity Passport 2019

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PSA Summer Fair Raffle

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Our annual PSA Summer Fair is just 2 weeks away! Here is a link to the PSA blog site, where you can find out some of the stalls we can expect to have on the day, as well as the latest raffle prizes, should you want to buy tickets before the fair itself.

PSA Blog Site

Fingers crossed for a sunny day!

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Building Resilience

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‘Talk Things Over’ is the name of the next block in our ‘Building Resilience’ programme. In this unit, there are 3 main outcomes-
>At times we all feel worried
>If worries are not dealt with, they can sometimes get out of control
> If you are struggling, it is important to ask for help

Attached below is a leaflet for parents and carers about this unit. We have also attached the Home Activity related to this unit.

We hope you find these useful!

Talk Things Over Parent Carer Leaflet

Talk Things Over Home Activity

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Sustrans Family Bike Rides

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Sustrans Scotland have a programme of Family Bike Rides.
These are guided family bike rides in and around Edinburgh which are free, easy, and fun. The cycle rides are led by trained Sustrans volunteers. They ride at an easy pace to suit the group with no one left behind.
Start time
All rides start around 11am and the locations vary on a monthly basis.
Ride time
The rides take about 2-3 hours with stops.

More information on these events can be found at:
Sustrans Family Bike Rides page

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The Big Pedal- Final Update!

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Sustrans were in contact over the weekend saying they had finalised all finishing positions for The Big Pedal 2019.

Attached are screenshots of our finishing position in Edinburgh, Scotland and the UK.

In City of Edinburgh Council we placed 3rd!
In Scotland we placed 6th!
And in the UK we placed 36th out of 784!
All of these finishing positions are in the large primary school 5 day challenge section.

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Once again a big well done and thank you to all who took part during the Big Pedal. A special thanks to the P5 Road Safety Group who did a fantastic job collecting data each day of the challenge. We should be proud of our whole school efforts!

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Edinburgh Marathon Festival 2019

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Please see below for the latest news about this year’s EMF. Only 3 weeks to go!

EMF Update May 2019

If your child is running, please ensure you have e-mailed Catriona and Sandra at bpsrunners@gmail.com

We’re also delighted to announce that Catriona and Sandra have been nominated for a National Scottish Parent award for all their efforts in organising Broughton’s participation in the EMF over the years. They’ve been shortlisted, and invited to a ceremony in Glasgow later this month! Well done to both for this well deserved accolade, and good luck! We’re all very grateful for their efforts.

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