BTV - TV Studio
BTV or Broadclyst TV has been running since January 2008. Based on a local BBC TV studio it offers state of the art recording equipment with green screen facilities to enabling the children to transport themselves to different locations. Children from all year groups from reception to year 6 can access the studio and make their very own television programme. Motivated by the BTV vehicle, children develop and plan their programmes from concept through to final edits.
After School Clubs
A variety of after school clubs are offered across the school from 3.30pm-4.45pm. These clubs are run voluntarily by staff members. The clubs range from outdoor sports activities such as football, tag rugby, and netball, to photography, animation and musical theatre. There are currently 16 afterschool clubs running across all the ages. For more information, contact the school.
The school was given a small piece piece of land beside the school field by the National Trust, which we have used to develop an allotment. Each year group has their own raised bed, that they can grow plants and vegetables and maintain by removing weeds. The aim of such a project is so children can grow produce to be used in the classroom, or used in the canteen within school dinners. The allotment has provided the children with many extra educational benefits and is a great asset of the school.
Broadclyst Community Primary School strives to create and promote a challenging learning environment that inspires children to be life-long learners, create thinkers, inquisitive questioners, avid problem solvers with flexible skills able to adapt to a diverse and fast paced ever changing society. The school aims to foster high-expectations, build confidence, acquire skills and ensure success using the latest technology in a personalised programme and a cross-curricular, themed, safe, caring environment.