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Update 17.9.20

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Update 10.9.20

Please click here to read an updated letter regarding the process of discussion re the implementation of the Academy Order associated with Broadgreen International School. The letter indicates the commitment from Liverpool City Council, the IEB , Ms Towey at BGIS and a future sponsor to work co-operatively going forward to ensure the highest quality of education for students, staff  and the local community of BGIS


Update 9.9.20

Update 4.9.20

Please note that Government guidance regarding the wearing of face coverings in schools has changed since our Return to School plans were first published. We are now encouraging our students to wear face coverings as they move around in communal areas. It has also been brought to our attention that we have some students who are feeling vulnerable in lessons without their face coverings on. Students are therefore permitted to wear them in lessons if they feel this will help support them with their learning


Update 31.8.20

Please click here to read a letter from Ms Towey, Headteacher, about arrangements for the start of term

 Update 30.8.20

Please click here to read a leaflet for parents from Public Health England. (Please note that government guidance can change and this leaflet was published by HM Government 28.8.20)

There is also some important guidance from Merseytravel about travelling to school. Please visit this link for more information. There is also a letter from Merseyrail here and a letter from the City Council about road safety here

Update 25.8.20

Please click here to see our

Return to School plans for September 2020

 You can also read a letter from the Mayor and the Director of Young People's Services here


Update 16.8.20

Reminder! Blazers are compulsory from September!

Have you collected your free blazer yet? If not, please take your Blazer Voucher to the uniform shop as soon as possible! Any issues, please email enquiries@bgis.co.uk


Update 11.8.20

Did you know?! 2020 is the Liverpool Year of Reading! Visit the website below for more information



For parents of children who have ASD

The ASD training team at the Local Authority is offering a transition workshop for Parents/Carers who wish to plan for the child/young person’s return back to school.
The session will cover:

·       Planning for the transitions.

·       Sensory Regulation Strategies

·       Strategies to support the transition

Details can be found hereTo book a place please contact the team via email: asdtrainingteam@liverpool.gov.uk


Update 29.7.20

Please click here to read the latest update from Ms P Towey, Headteacher


Update 21.7.20

We are still finalising our plans for school to return in September

Full information will be published here as soon as possible


Update 14.7.20

Have you set up a ParentPay account yet? If not, then please consider doing so as soon as possible! Any questions, please email you child's Head of Year


Update 7.7.20

Are we all getting enough exercise?! When school returns in September more of us will need to walk or cycle to school due to the pressures on public transport. Why not take more walks between now and then to build up your fitness and stamina levels?

Walk and Bike to School Day - Home | Facebook

Please click here to read an open letter to all parents from
Simon O’Brien, Liverpool City Region Cycling and Walking Commissioner



Resources Archives - NHS - Healthy Bracknell - please sign up below


Update 30.6.20

Please click here to read a letter to parents of Y8 students about immunisations


Update 25.6.20


Face coverings to become mandatory on public transport - GOV.UK

Reminder! Don't forget to wear a face covering if you are travelling on public transport. Face coverings should not be used by children under the age of 3 or those who may find it difficult to manage them correctly.


Update 17.6.20

Useful information about how public transport is working at this time can be found by visiting the following sites




Current Key Advice
Plan ahead - social distancing means that bus, rail and ferry services have limited space
Face coverings - If you need to use public transport, please wear a face covering
Leave plenty of time – you might not make the service you planned to get and may need to wait for the next one
Check timetables - online before and on your day of travel and be prepared for changes
Keep cycling and walking if you can – ease the pressure on transport, stay fit and healthy and help keep our air clean
If you must travel, arrive early at the station, stop, or terminal in good time – this is to avoid disappointment as there may be queues
Buy your tickets in advance - to avoid queues on the day
Consider multi modal ticket - such as Saveaways as these will give you more options
Please pay by contactless - if you can’t then have the right money ready as services can’t provide change
Please maintain 2m social distancing wherever possible with respect and patience - to keep yourself and others safe
Practice good hygiene – avoid touching surfaces, your face, and wash your hands properly both before and after your journey
Please be kind and respectful to transport staff – they are working really hard to get you to where you need to be
Be patient - as there will be social distancing measures in place both on services and in waiting areas such as bus stops, stations and ferry terminals

Arriva has also asked us to share information about how parents can purchase Student Saver tickets which might be of use when school openings return to normal. Visit www.arrivabus.co.uk/student-direct-debit for more information


Update 11.6.20

To parents of Y10 students

Please click here to read a letter from the Headteacher about next week's plans for Y10 students. We are only open for appointments on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. There are no Y10 students on site Monday and Friday.

Appointments can be booked by clicking on the following link: 



To parents of Y12 students

Please click here to read a letter from Mrs McKendrick about next week's plans for Y12 students.


Update 1.6.20

To parents of Y10/12 students

Please click here to read an important letter from the Headteacher



Update 22.5.20/23.5.20

Click here to read the end of term letter from your Headteacher


The Government has published some updated lists of online educational resources to support children’s education at home while they may not be attending their normal education setting.

English: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-online-education-resources/english-resources

Maths: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-online-education-resources/list-of-online-maths-resources-for-home-education-during-coronavirus-outbreak

Science, PE, Well-being and SEND: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-online-education-resources/online-science-pe-wellbeing-and-send-resources-for-home-education

Also, a reminder that this website is available to support parents at this difficult time

It covers the following areas
 Local Organisation Support - CAMHS
Top Tips
Parenting Guides
Pregnant or New Mums
Home Learning
Museums and Places to visit online
Make Time To Play
Ideas for Playing Together
Six ways to maintain a routine
Managing your own Wellbeing
Employment Opportunities


Update 18.05.2020

Click HERE to read a letter to all parents/carers from Ms Towey, Headteacher.



Thank you


Update 8.5.20

To all of our students... we are missing you!

Take a look at this fabulous video put together by the very talented Mr Cotton and featuring messages from our staff    

Stay safe Broadgreeners!     https://youtu.be/opNAdEOYZ28

Update 6.5.20

Good news! Our younger students can now access the online well-being helpline KOOTH!

For more information...            What does Kooth do?          Poster          How to sign up     


Update: 04 May 2020

Missing maths? Click here to read our first ever Broadgreen Maths Newsletter.

Find out what’s been happening whilst we are home learning. Check out our
competition winners and keep up to date with exciting Maths news!


Are you feeling creative? Why not enter our Lockdown Creative Writing Competition?
You can write about life in lockdown or a thank you to the NHS and other key workers as a  poem, a story, a description.
Certificates and prizes will be awarded.
Please email your work to Miss Watson gwatson@bgis.co.uk by Monday 18th May.
Looking forward to reading your ideas.
Good luck and keep safe

 Update 29.4.20

BBC Bitesize has updated its daily lessons schedule. More information can be found here

Here is a free online guide The Parents’ Guide to coping with school closures (April edition) which we hope you will find useful during this challenging time. It provides up-to-date, practical information on how parents can look after their children's physical and mental health as well as how to help them study at home, and information on what to do if their children were due to take exams this summer. 

This free guide can be viewed by visiting www.theparentsguideto.co.uk/coronavirus


Update 28.4.20

This is a message to parents who have children eligible for free school meals 

Today we have been able to submit requests for Free School Meal e-vouchers from EDENRED, the company who is organising the scheme for the Government. If we have your email address on record you will get a text from us with information about how you can access your e-voucher. If we do not have your email address we will text to ask for it. Please could we all be aware that sadly there are fraudsters who are trying to scam families and you should only open emails about vouchers from EDENRED. This article has information which is worth reading:


If you have ANY concerns or questions, please let us know via enquiries@bgis.co.uk. Thank you


If you're in need of a little pick me up please have a look at The Book of Hopes. This beautiful book dedicated to key workers in hospitals is filled with a wonderful collection of stories, poems and illustrations from 110 contributors all designed to give children (and adults) hope in these difficult times.

Read it for FREE here:    https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/9-12/book-hopes/

The government website currently has a load of free courses available to try at the moment including Numeracy and Digital Skills. There are different levels and something for everyone! Visit https://theskillstoolkit.campaign.gov.uk/ for more information!


Update 24.4.20

FSM: Any vouchers that were not collected were posted home yesterday using first class mail. We are still waiting to hear what the plans for next week will be. Information will be posted here as soon as we know what will be happening

Update 21.4.20

This is a message to parents who have children eligible for free school meals

You may be aware that a number of schools, including ours, have been unable to register for the Government's new e-voucher system which is designed to support parents of children who are entitled to free school meals. In the meantime, Liverpool City Council are providing us with a £10 voucher (per eligible child) to issue to parents who are entitled to receive this support. School will be open from 9.00am until 12.00 noon tomorrow and Thursday morning for parents to come to school to collect their voucher(s). Any vouchers that have not been collected by this time will be posted home. If you are coming up to school to collect vouchers, please make sure that you observe social distancing rules 

Update 20.4.20

The following link comes from the Department for Education and contains a number of useful online resources which will help with home learning



There is also additional support from BBC Bitesize! 


From Monday to Friday, you can watch Bitesize Daily on BBC Red Button from 9am to 11am, and again on BBC iPlayer.

Each 20-minute lesson will cover a different age group from ages five to 14, and will be brought to you by experts, teachers and some very familiar faces from the world of TV, sport and beyond.

As well as dedicated programmes covering Maths, Science and English, there will also be lessons featuring other subjects such as History, Geography, Music and Art.

Alongside the new Bitesize Daily lessons, there'll also be Teacher Talks - a brand new series offering helpful hints in tackling core concepts in Maths and English as well as extra content from BBC Teach including their Live Lessons series.

How you follow the lessons is completely up to you - you can join our broadcasts every day or catch up with a few in a row with every broadcast available to catch up via BBC iPlayer.


There is a book that has been produced to help parents explain to their child about Coronavius.

You can read it here


We have also been sent the following link which parents may find useful. https://www.cultureliverpool.co.uk/parenting-through-covid-19/.  

 The blog covers the following areas;

  • Local Organisation Support - CAMHS
  • Top Tips
  • Parenting Guides
  • Pregnant or New Mums
  • Home Learning
  • Museums and Places to visit online
  • Make Time To Play
  • Ideas for Playing Together
  • Six ways to maintain a routine
  • Managing your own Wellbeing
  • Employment Opportunities

The NSPPC have re-shared their online safety resources for families: https://www.o2.co.uk/help/nspcc/resources


UPDATE 19.4.20

Free school meals - week commencing Monday 20.4.20

Due to the problems that schools are experiencing in ordering and receiving the new national vouchers,

Liverpool City Council has arranged to provide additional FSM vouchers for this coming week.

We are hoping to receive these tomorrow or Tuesday and we will contact parents with collection arrangements as soon as possible. Please keep checking our website for the latest updates 


UPDATE 3.4.20

Please click here to read the end of term message from our Headteacher, Ms P Towey


Our Child Protection Policy has been updated to reflect the current situation. Please click here to view it


UPDATE 2.4.20

Please note that the school site will be closed during the Easter break

We hope to be able to open Reception again from 8am to 12 noon from Monday 20.4.20

so parents can collect any additional work packs that they need


Please note: Parents and families of our Deaf students may find the following link helpful



There is a lot of support available to keep your child safe online. Below are some useful links published by the Department for Education to help parents and carers:

  • Thinkyouknow (advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online)
  • Internet matters (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • Parent info (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • LGfL (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • Net-aware (support for parents and carers from the NSPCC)


Our latest Careers Bulletin is now available! Please click below to read!

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UPDATE: 27.3.20

We will be staffing Reception next week from 8am to 12 noon to allow parents to come

and collect work packs for students where there have been difficulties at home accessing online materials

UPDATE: 24.3.20

Broadgreen is now closed until further notice.

If you require anything please email our staff directly or use our enquiries email.


We have written to all parents with information about school closure. We have also written separately to parents of students who are entitled to free school meals. If you have not received these letters please make sure you provide us with your new contact details. Please note, if you are a Knowsley resident the arrangements may be different

https://liverpool.gov.uk/communities-and-safety/emergency-planning/coronavirus/ and https://www.knowsleynews.co.uk/coronavirus-what-you-need-to-know/ have the latest updates from our local councils


We have put together a booklet which has contact information for key staff and useful websites to help students with their learning whilst school is closed. You can find it here


Remember we also have Twitter and Facebook accounts where you can access information  https://twitter.com/BGreenIntSchool and https://www.facebook.com/broadgreeninternationalschool/. Many school departments also have their own Twitter accounts too


Useful links

Everyone can still borrow ebooks/audiobooks/comics/magazines etc from the Liverpool City Council Libraries.  Follow this link: https://www.readliverpool.co.uk/

The World Museum has an online tour https://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/world-cultures-virtual-gallery-tour

The Literacy Trust also has a Family Zone for anyone with children up to 12 https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/
David Campbell Soccer, who have a 25 year history of sports education and coaching in schools, is offering free  OF to a series of daily sports fun fitness sessions via a YouTube link. This will be used to keep children entertained and engaged each day throughout the current crisis.  They also plan to include sports quizzes too. Parents can access this through a one-off registrations.  Please email kyle@davidcampbellsoccer.com for the access link.


There is some information from Liverpool CAMHS to help you with your family well-being during this challenging time. You can find it here

There is also a really useful website offering free, safe and anonymous online support for young people. Visit  www.kooth.com 


Need careers advice?

Please click here to read the latest Careers Update newsletter


Parents 2 | Other useful websites for parents has more useful links!


Please stay safe