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Happy Christmas and Feliz Navidad to all our friends across the world!

Our Recorder Group play a Christmas Favourite!

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Look at all of our wonderful Christmas work...

Christmas 2014


The Choir sings at the Christmas Celebration Evening 2014

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 Christmas is coming, and the School Choir gave an amazing performance, which the the whole of Broughton can be justly proud of, at the switching on of the North Lincolnshire Christmas Lights on Thursday 20th November 2014.  

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As November begins Link to Hope came to collect 124 shoe boxes so that they can begin their journey to Eastern Europe ready for Christmas - well done to all those families which took part in this year's campaign, organised by Mr Heward.

Link to Hope Shoe Box Appeal 2014

 
The building of the new school is going well, and is on schedule.  Below you can see the story of the build so far...
Last updated November 2014. 

Broughton Primary School New Build

 
We aim to provide quality education at this School in a caring and friendly atmosphere. We hope that you will always feel welcome here and want to take part in both the academic and social life of the School. We are here to help if you have a problem, or even occasionally a complaint, just feel free to come in and discuss it with us. Complaining at the gate never changes anything; I promise we will always listen to what you have to say.
 
Education is a partnership and we all need to work together. Long gone at Broughton are the days when parents were not welcome in school, don't be afraid, none of our teachers bite, in fact they are all quite human!
 
Finally, I want your child to be happy, achieve the most they can and leave here as a confident, well mannered and educated young person.
 
Our view of education can best be summed up by the following Chinese proverb:

Mr P K Hargrave

Headteacher



 
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