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Laura Fox - LResName

Hannah LeHuray- HResNameReception is taught by Miss Fox and Mrs Emily Daniels. This is the first year of primary school where children are able to learn and play in a lovely indoor and outdoor setting, exploring, investigating, and making links in a motivating and flexible environment, where teachers and support staff assess through ongoing observations.


pdf Reception Curriculum Objectives

pdfCurriculum Planner 2017-18 Autumn

pdfCurriculum Planner 2017-18 Spring

pdfCurriculum Planner 2017-18 Summer




Year 1

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Rachel Smith - LResName   Hannah Lyons-HResNameYear 1 is taught by Miss Rachel Smith and Miss Hannah Lyons. It is the first year of the National Curriculum and where the children’s learning develops and begins to fall into place. It is a time of transition from the Early Years and the learning becomes more formal, with an emphasis on number, language and literacy including phonics. Other opportunities for the children in Year 1 include dance and forest school.


pdf Year One Curriculum Objectives

pdfCurriculum Planner 2017-18 Autumn

pdfCurriculum Planner 2017-18 Spring


Year1HL Year1CW - BCPS


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Torch makes a big impression

Children at Broadclyst Community Primary School enjoyed a visit from Olympic torchbearer Adam Rooke.

Pupils at the school have been learning about the Olympics and were excited to have a chance to hold the torch.

Adam, the first torchbearer in Exeter, spent time in every class answering questions and talking about his experience carrying the flame. The children had their picture taken holding the torch with him.

Year 1 pupil Gracie Bauer said: "I liked having my photo taken with Adam Rooke and touching the Olympic torch. It felt bumpy, heavy and cold."

Classmate Olivia Bateman added: "I liked it when he showed us the torch and when he told us how it was lit from a lantern."


Red Cross First Aid Tuesday 16th July 2013

On Tuesday 16th July, year 6 had a visit from two first aid experts from the Red Cross. The children learned and practised many essential and potentially lifesaving skills such as bandaging, CPR and how to put a patient into the recovery position. Using their friends and some CPR dummies, the children acted out scenarios following correct procedures including checking for dangers, listening for a response and opening the casualty’s airway. Children also had the opportunity to ask questions about how to deal with some common first aid situations and how they can help if a problem arises. 



Year Six Sailing Day

On Friday 19th July the Year 6’s were treated to a fantastic day’s sailing on the Exe Estuary in Exmouth. The conditions were perfect, with light offshore winds and clear blue skies. Everyone had the opportunity to spend some time sailing on a small dingy with a qualified instructor, as well as enjoying some time playing on the beach. It was an idyllic day, with all the children showing a tremendous amount of enthusiasm and excitement. Many of the children said ‘it was one of the best things they had ever done’. A big thank you must be extended to all of the instructors at the Exe Sailing Club who gave up their time to make the day possible. 

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Year Three Brass Project


This year, classes 3LW and 3SGe have been learning to play a range of brass instruments, from the pocket trumpet, to the trombone to the baritone! Over the year they have made excellent progression with the sound they can make and can now play a range of pieces in the class band. The children have had the wonderful opportunity to play some of their favourite pieces, in a canteen performance for parents and family. Some of the children’s favourite pieces are ‘We will rock you’, ‘Run’ and ‘Uppity’! If you would like to watch the performances look out for them on Clickview in the future.



Killerton Picnic Concert

On Monday evening the beautiful grounds of Killerton house were the backdrop to the final concert of the year for the three school choirs. The very appreciative and enthusiastic audience baked in the early evening sunshine whilst listening to a varied programme of songs, not only by the Junior Choir, Senior Choir and Chamber Choir, but a number of soloists as well. Several songs by the massed choirs covered favourites not only from the current ‘Summer of Rock’ repertoire but also from their ‘Spring of Soul’ collection. Drinks, ice-cream and cakes from the house café complemented the event, but also rewarded the children for yet another successful performance.


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