Wednesday 29th April

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Hello everyone, hope you are all keeping well!

It’s Wednesday already, and we’re halfway through another week of home learning! Hope you enjoy today’s tasks.

Our latest news comes in the form of our Hub School at Drummond High School. Yesterday it was Broughton staff’s turn to volunteer, and the Hub Team were visited by press from the Times Educational Supplement, who were writing an article about how the Hub schools work. You can read the article by clicking below!

TES Hub School Article

As our school closure continues, we are trying to think of ways to improve how we share your learning with you. In future you may notice that our teachers are starting to try and use more videos in their home learning, to try and move your learning forward. These videos will be available on Teams for those classes who use Teams, and also on the class website pages for those who do not use Teams.

As we mentioned yesterday, we will be regularly deleting previous home learning from class website pages , as videos can take up a lot of space on our website. As advised yesterday, if you see an activity or video you have found useful, you can save it or download it to your device if you can, as we will be deleting some videos at the end of each week, to make way for new learning.

Speaking of Teams, parents and carers of pupils in P4 should look out for an email later this week, with information, usernames and passwords to allow access to Teams starting next Tuesday 5th May.

Miss Bradley wants to inform Nursery parents that Learning Journals have updated the Parent Contribution page. Parents can now upload photos and documents to their child’s page of any home learning activities. We look forward to seeing those!

Our Twitter Throwback Quiz is proving to be quite tricky for some of you! Make sure to follow us to @Broughton_PS to play along!

Enjoy the rest of your day everyone! As always, stay safe!

Mrs Venn, Mr Borthwick, Miss Bradley and Mrs Gowans

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