Mrs Cross told us all about Saint Andrew who is the patron saint of Scotland and that he is celebrated on 30 November.
This is called St Andrew's Day.
Did you know that he is also the patron saint of Romania, Greece, Russia, Ukraine and Poland? Patron saints are chosen to be special protectors or guardians over things.
UNICEF Article 8
Governments must respect every child's right to a name, a nationality and family ties.
UNICEF Article 30
Every child has the right to learn and use the language , customs and religion of their family, regardless of whether these are shared by the majority of the people in the country where they live.
BBC Children In Need Charity Day supports the following:
UNICEF Article 23
UNICEF Article 24
UNICEF Article 27
UNICEF Article 31
Did you know, more than 59 million children around the world who are primary school age are not in education?
During the week 21st - 25th October 2019
Brookfields Primary School took part in a
Unicef and Clarks have been working in partnership since 2008 supporting education of vulnerable children by raising money through shoe donations.
So far the partnership has raised over 1.2 million pounds.
We thought we would do our bit because every child has a right to an education, to be able to read and write in order to be the best they can be!
Look how many shoes we collected!
Mrs Sandhu dropped off all the shoes at the West Bromwich Clarks Shoe Shop.
Look at our certificate!
Well done Brookfields! You know the importance of an education!
Thank you for helping children around the world access their right to an education.
We have been learning about harvest time and what it means for people at this time of year.
We have also been thinking about ways of helping others who are less fortunate than us.
Look at all the items of food we collected!
Well done Brookfields! So proud of you all!
Liz and Paul Tyler from our local Baptist Church took the food in order to distribute it to those in need of support.
Much of the food items went to the local food banks.