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Governor Vacancies 


The Board of the Link Academy Trust is seeking new Governors to fill expected losses and also to recruit additional Governors.  We have attached information about the role of governors for you  -  if you would like further details please contact the school office. 


Class 2 Paignton Zoo Trip - Further Information

Class 2 Paignton Zoo Trip

Class 1 Trip to Dinosaur World

Christmas Events in Broadhempston 


Please find a list of dates for the events happening in the village over Christmas. 


Wednesday 11th December 3:15pm - Decorating the Church Christmas Tree. Please come and join us after school in decorating the tree. An informal event. May be a mince pie or two being served.


Thursday 12th December 8pm - Broadharmony Concert. Our village choir will be putting on a special Christmas concert.


Wednesday 18th December 6:30pm - Broadhempston Church Carol Service


Monday 23rd December 7:30pm - Carols in Broadhempston Square (Organised by Village Fete Committee. Totnes Brass band will be joining us).


Wednesday 25th December 10:45pm - Christmas Day Family Service


Message from Vicky Stevens

PTFA Non-Uniform Day

Expressions of Interest - Preschool

Class 1 newsletter

Consultation Letter

Class 1 Weekly Letter Jan 18th 2019

Class 3 Programme of Work Spring 2019

Christmas Party - Friday 21st December

Art Club Autumn Term 2018

Class 3 Programme of Work Autumn 2018


Friday 23rd March is Sport Relief Day,

We would like to raise some money for this excellent charity which supports people in difficult circumstances both home and abroad. 


This year we will be arranging several activities for the children to take part in - 


Penalty Shoot Out  

This will be held in the village hall at lunch time.  The children will be given the opportunity to score penalties against Mr Turner who will be in goal ! 

The charge for this will be 20p  a shot or 5 for £1.00.


Skipping Challenge 

There will be a  skipping challenge which will be 20p a go.


Finally we would like the children to bring in a sports shirt or top to wear in the afternoon when they return from swimming.  The top could relate to their favourite sport, team or form of exercise. The tops will be left at school in the morning and not worn to swimming.   We will be asking for a donation of £1.00 for this activity. 


We hope the children will enjoy the day. 


Thank you for your support.  


Kind Regards 

Dan Turner 

Celebration of Music Concert

Nursery Provision




2nd February 2018

This week in Literacy we have written up our own stories based on The Boy Who Cried Ninja. They are fantastic so far and we will be finishing them off next week.

In maths we have looked at place value in reception. We have been looking at what a number is and representing it in different ways. We have also looked at one more and one less with numbers. Some have even been working out 1 more and less with numbers to 50. The year 1’s have looked at place value and looking at separating our tens and ones. We then moved on to comparing numbers and then finding 1 more and 1 less.

For our topic ‘This is Britain’ we looked at Northern Ireland. They were fascinated by Titanic and Bella very kindly brought in a book with facts all about the Titanic.

We had a great time at Forest School making faces out of clay and then playing a game of 1, 2, 3 where are you (a little like hide and seek).

Our science experiment was interesting. We didn’t make an egg float but thought maybe using salt water might work so we will try next week.


Non-pupil day on Friday 9th February.


Well done to those getting full marks this week in spellings. Next week spellings will be tested on Thursday (8th February).

Please could you encourage your child to read both independently and with you as much as possible and practice their personalised spellings. It is recommended children read for 5/10 minutes a day. Please make sure all reading books and records are in school every day.

Many thanks for your support! Miss Simpson



Operation Encompass

Class One Newsletter 15th December 2017 


Homework 15th December 2017

It has been a magical week at Broadhempston School.

They were all fabulous in the play and I am sure you were all very proud of them. We have done lots of Christmas activities this week including making an advent calendar and making some fabulous Christmas cards.

We have also checked your child’s progress. They have all done exceptionally well and worked really hard this term and I couldn’t be any more proud. All the reception children are now on phase 3 phonics which is fabulous. Thank you for your support reading regularly with your child and practicing their spellings. Without your support they wouldn’t have made this fabulous progress.

I hope you all have a lovely restful Christmas holiday. I have given each child some books for the Christmas holidays to enjoy together.

Our next topic will be ‘This is Britain’. Spellings and our topic homework will be handed out on the first Friday back.

Parish News Writing competition

The Parish News Editors have invited young people to enter the ‘Moira Mellor Memorial Prize’ by writing an article, poem or story for publication in the Parish News before February 2018. The piece should be no more than 500 words. The prize is £100!

Please send your article/story to in a word document. You should send your piece by the 20th January at the latest.


Many thanks for your support! Miss Simpson



Christmas Lunch Tuesday 12th December and Christmas Parties Friday 15th December

Class One Newsletter Friday 17th November

Children in Need - Friday 17th November 2017

Class One Newsletter

Life of Dartmoor Museum Visit

Science Club

Class One Newsletter

Year 6 Visit to China Blue