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Brooklands Farm Primary School Choir did a FANTASTIC performance on Friday evening at Holiday Inn in CMK. They performed at ‘A Taste For Music’ concert, alongside other school and adult choirs, to raise money for Willen Hospice. It was definitely the biggest audience they have performed to with hundreds of people watching as they sang!
They performed 4 songs and performed Super Trooper from the hotel balconies along with the other singers taking part!
Every child grew their talents, opened their ears and hearts and most of all believed in themselves and each other! Miss Holloway and Mrs Odell are incredibly proud of every single one of them. Whilst there was a lot of excitement (and a late night!), they sang beautifully, shared GOTCHA smiles and were proud ambassadors for Brooklands Farm.
MKFM were supporting the event by taking photos and videos, please take a look at their website!
And it does not stop there!
Brooklands Farm Choir will be performing at the Big Lunch at Broughton Fields School on Sunday 5th June from 12.30pm. It would be lovely to see as many of you there as possible to support our choir and local community.
Have a look at the photos from the Year 6 trip to Bletchley Park today. We did an ‘Interception to Intelligence’ workshop and even had a guided tour! We can’t wait to use all of our new knowledge in our learning this week.
It was fantastic to have such a brilliant turn out from a range of practitioners in our local area. We had a fantastic discussion on writing in the foundation stage, specifically boys writing and looked at a range of activities to support their development.
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Don’t forget to bring your home learning in on Wednesday 25th May we will be sharing it during check in circle.
Year 1 Team
Well done Year 6 – we had a great start to SATs week today! We were very proud of everyone’s maturity, determination and motivation this morning.
Remember, breakfast club is open to all Year 6 children from tomorrow until Thursday this week (from 8am) – it would be lovely to see lots of you there so we can all have a good chat and chill out with our friends before the tests.
Don’t forget – this Friday is our PJ party! Bring pyjamas, onesies, dressing gowns, slippers etc in a bag to school. There will be some cakes and biscuits provided but feel free to bring some of your own treats in to add to the party food!
Today Miss Drapers class had super creative fun in the sun at Campbell Park with artists James Aldridge and Alice from MKG.
They worked further towards their Arts Award Discovery certificate by collecting words and sounds from the mornings walk for mini spoken word performances and then this afternoon they have created some beautiful clay works using natural objects from the area.