Today we celebrated 150 years of primary education in Broadwater. We started the day with an aerial drone photograph of the whole school forming the shape of 150. It was great fun and we can't wait to see the results. During the afternoon, we gathered together on the field, with invited guests, for a special service lead by the pupil leadership team and the Bishop of Chichester. Bishop Martin officially opened our prayer garden and
On Sunday 14th May, Rowan and Sienna visited their grandad and they asked if they could litter pick along the river Adur. This was entirely their idea as they noticed some plastic around. They collected a bag of plastic rubbish from the footpath and waters edge really quickly and so enthusiastically. Well done Rowan and Sienna for cleaning up the community.
Year 5 had the amazing opportunity to make a vegetarian lasagne with the ingredients being kindly provided by 'Cook School'. Each child took home a lasagne they had made and a recipe card. In their groups, they also made an additional lasagne which they will be giving away for free after school.