Newsletter 4th November

Key EventsDates
Ivy Class trip to The National GalleryWednesday 9th November
Catkin and Blossom Shadow puppet showWednesday 9th November
Zones of Regulation Coffee MorningThursday 10th November
Ash Class outing ‘Together with Music’Thursday 10th November
Community Breakfast – followed by Winter Fair meetingFriday 11th November 8-9.30am
Remembrance DayFriday 11th November
World Kindness Day Friday 11th November
Year 1 PAC MathsTuesday 15th November 9am
Year 2 to London ZooWednesday 16th November
Anti-bullying coffee morningThursday 17th November
Ash Class outing ‘Together with Music’Thursday 17th November
Hannah Moore visiting Year 4Friday 18th November
Years 2,3,5 to Lauderdale HouseFriday 18th November
Hampstead HeathTuesday 22nd November
Ten Minutes Peace Parent workshopFriday 25th November 9-9.30am
Brookfield achievements and priorities with Laurel (Headteacher) and Jo (Chair of Governors)Tuesday 29th November 9am or 6.30pm
Hegarty Maths parent workshopWednesday 30th November 9-9.30am
INSET day- School Closed Friday 2nd December
Year 3 trip to Petrie MuseumTuesday 6th December
Carol concerts for years 1-6 at St Mary Brookfield ChurchThursday 8th December
Christmas DinnerWednesday 14th December
Reception Festive Songs Performance*Wednesday 14th December
Nursery Festive Songs Performance*Friday 16th December
School ClosesFriday 16th December

Update from Laurel

I hope you and your family enjoyed the half term break and that members of our community who were celebrating Diwali had a fun and festive time together.
This week our year 6 classes have been on their residential trip to Sayers Croft in Surrey. They have been inspired by their experiences and surroundings. Thanks to all the staff who have made this such a positive week for the children. Photos are available in the class news section – along with year 1 Omved Gardens trip, year 4 National Art Gallery and year 5 choral workshop pictures.
Jo (Chair of Governors) and I are looking forward to seeing you on Tuesday 29th November at 9am or 6.30pm. These community meetings will be an opportunity to reflect on our achievements, priorities and for parents to share their ideas and thoughts about our school. We will also be sharing our exciting plans for a new Forest School Garden at Brookfield. While the talk will be aimed at grown-ups – children are welcome too and we will have refreshments provided by our brilliant Parent Teacher Association (PTA).
Please make sure you have read this important trips letter and clicked on the links to give permission for your child(ren) to attend trips for the rest of this year and to make a donation towards these.