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Brookfields Primary School


Hello parents and children.


We hope you are all well. We had a very exciting week last week and learnt about festivals, did lots of creative activities and made some breadstick sparklers. The children were keen to go home and show you their sparklers. Please encourage your children to talk about what they did in school. You will get an idea of what we have been learning by looking on this website. Practise the rhyme of the week and continue to read to your child, as well as practising to put on/take off their coats.

This week we shall be talking about our families and use the photos you have sent in to talk about our family members. We are looking forward to learning more about the children. You can practise talking about this at home so they can share this with us in school.


It is also Remembrance Day on Thursday and we shall be observing a 2 minute silence at 11am.


We would like to thank you all for your support. Also please book a time slot for parents evening which is next week on Tuesday 16th November and Thursday 18th November. Appointment time starts from 3.45pm onwards.


Mrs Hussain and Miss Williams

My Family

Go and get a picture of your family and talk about it with an adult. Name the people in the photo. Use a full sentence when talking about your family. 


Do you have grandparents that live with you or any uncles or aunties?

Remembrance Day

On Thursday it is Remembrance Day. Look through the power point below and talk about what you have learned.

Number rhyme of the week

Listen to the rhyme below and practise singing it. Use your fingers to show the number of monkeys left when one is eaten by the crocodile.

Five little monkeys | Early Years - Nursery Rhymes

Suitable for teaching 0-5s. An animated and subtitled version of the popular nursery rhyme 'Five little monkeys'.Subscribe for more Early Years clips from BB...


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