Welcome to Broadbottom Church of England Primary school. We here at Broadbottom believe that, apart from home, school is the most important influence in a child's life; fostering friendships; building confidence; nurturing talents and encouraging achievements.
The Broadbottom community is a lively and happy one in which supportive relationships between adults and children, older and younger pupils, thrive at all levels.
Executive Headteacher: Mrs Esther Bland
BEd(hons) NPQH NNEB
At Broadbottom C of E Primary we celebrate uniqueness and diversity, whilst being extremely proud of our Christian Community School. Our rich, colourful and creative curriculum is underpinned by Christian and British values, friendship family, worship and fun.
Love our God, our world, each other and ourselves.
Cherish our pupils, and act as their champions.
Provide safe yet challenging opportunities to learn, blossom and grow.
Surround ourselves with fun, laughter, positivity and happiness,
creating a place where memories are made.
Trust each other to act with integrity and to forgive when we make mistakes.
Love Learning and Love Life.
We aim to:
Be Creative in our thinking, outlook and approach.
Give the time needed for stronger growth.
Find each individual's spark, develop them as thinkers and provide them
with the gift of a love of learning and a belief in themselves.
Children In Need - Friday 18th November 2016
The children raised £93.02 from the sale of cakes and Freddos for this worthy cause. Well done!
All Saints Day - Tuesday 2nd November 2016
We celebrated All Saints Day by having a non-uniform day and dressing up as a saint for the day raising £62 for our school funds.
Parent Reminder: If your child has to attend a pre-arranged medical appointment please send in the appointment card or letter to the School Office.
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Whole School Attendance between Tuesday 6th September - Friday 21st October 2016 is 97.90%
Mr Bell attended the Houses of Parliament in London 4th-8th July 2016, he
was representing the North West Region at the Parliamentary Education Service.
He is involved in the Teacher Ambassador Scheme to promote british democracy
in young people.
This year Broadbottom C of E Primary School children have voted to support the following charities until July 2017:
Red Nose Day
Sports Relief - March 2016
Many thanks to all our children for raising £90.98 for Sport Relief, the money will go towards helping people have a brighter future. Well done!
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