Broadwood Primary school is a wonderful, diverse and fun school. Our welcoming, caring and positive ethos is always commented on by children, staff and visitors.
Our children are all fantastic individuals who will always be at the heart of our school. During their time with us, we aim to instil within them the core values of respect, acceptance, happiness and a lifelong love of learning.
We are also fully committed to achieving the highest standard of teaching and learning, ensuring every child achieves their true potential.
We celebrate diversity and uniqueness, and we will always strive to ensure that everybody in our school community feels VALUED. We place huge emphasis on manners, acceptance and respect, ensuring our children are taught to value others, as well as themselves.
We CELEBRATE achievement and success, providing many opportunities to recognise the success and talents of individuals and our whole school community.
We EQUIP our children with essential skills, knowledge and understanding necessary for secondary education but also their life beyond education. It is especially important to us that children develop a ‘can do’ attitude and a lifelong love of learning.
We EMPOWER our staff and children so that they become successful leaders and believe in their own abilities. We teach children that with hard work and a positive attitude, they can achieve great success. We aim for our children to leave primary school with high expectations of themselves and others.
Finally, we aim to INSPIRE our children to have high aspirations and encourage them to be role models who inspire each other.
Broadwood primary school has a wonderful team of staff and a fantastic wider community who inspire our children in so many ways.
If you would like to visit our school, we would relish the opportunity to show you around this fantastic school.
Outdoor Maths - Exploring tens and ones using tens frames.
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We are so proud of Ryan in Year 3 for his fantastic writing. Well done Ryan!
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Year 5 working hard, planning their blog! @Broadwoodschool
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And we’re back! @Broadwoodschool
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