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Year 7 survival tips Make the PERFECT pizza

Fantastic buildings from around the WORLD

What is Broomfield’s fav emoji?


TABLE OF CONTENTS Monday, 18th of July 2016

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A year 7 survival guide

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Top 10 restaurants in Chelmsford

Izzy and Evie share some tips to making the first few days in Year 7 a little less daunting.

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James Pittman and Georgie Leone tell us about their favourite places to eat in Chelmsford.

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Choose the right dog for you

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Summer fashion

If you are thinking about having a dog as a pet, it can be difficult to choose the best breed for you. Isabella , Ella & Phoebe help you find out which dog you might want to have!

Fashionistas, Evie and Izzy tell us what we should be wearing this summer.

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EDITORIAL

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have spent the past 4 Monday afternoons in Mr Parry’s classroom working with a fantastically talented group of year five and six students. 4 weeks is not enough time to put together a magazine - in fact it usually takes longer than this just to plan the thing - so I was a little worried as to whether a project of this scale would actually be finished on time. However, all fears were immediately quashed the moment I first spoke with the class. They all understood exactly what we were hoping to achieve and proceeded to come up with some incredibly imaginative ideas. I was actually blown away with some of the articles and the effort that everyone has gone to,

4 weeks is not enough time to put together a magazine - in fact it usually takes longer than this just to plan the thing... to create them. I particularly love Cara Donnelly’s article about Space on page 26 and the interviews conducted by Millie, Tegan, Anna & Lilly are just wonderful and would not look too out of place in any professional magazine. The level of writing displayed in articles such as Grace’s Top 10 Emojis on page 22 is remarkably good and the detail to which the boys have gone to to create the Our Top Cars and the Euros 2016 features is equally as impressive. There are too many great articles to mention here so please read on and as you do, remind yourself that this magazine has been researched and written not by professional writers but by years five and six pupils.

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Top films of the week! JP10s film critic, Joshua Rout reviews 3 different films, all of them fantastic and very well made. A great selection!

The Bourne Legacy First this week is The Bourne Legacy. It is a great film with many thrilling moments. Jason Bourne is genetically advantaged to every other human being in the world. He is targeted by the 4

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people who trained him because according to the Government, he is a huge security risk. This film was high-paced the whole way through and I never got bored. (12+).


Home Next up is Home. This film is about an alien who is abandoned by his family on apocalyptic Earth. Along the way of his adventure he meets a new friend and together they conquer all negativity. Some moments in this film made me hold my breath, it was heart-stopping! The variety of personalities in this film is spectacular. A must- watch! (U)

Minions Lastly this week is Minions, a family-favourite. Dave, Kevin and Bob try to find a new leader, after many fails they finally find one. Scarlet Overkill. Although she seems great, is she really worthy of such an important job like being commander of the Minions? This had many funny moments and was thoroughly enjoyable. (U) The Broomfield

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e d i u G l Izzy and E a v i 7 v making the r r a Su e 7 a litt Y To ys have a a lw a u o y e r u s 1) Make - that way e c a f r u o y n o e smil yo u are w o n k l il w e n ever yo d. f riendly and kin 3) Stay cal m - don’t panic; it was te s time and yo u won’t have any spare time in hig h sch o o l, yo u’ll be so busy – so really d on’t panic. 5) A l equ ways b ip ring w ill ment - th in the a v oid at w and rig h g a t w e y ttin ill s y go o o u g in tay d si t o ro de. n th e te uble ach er’s

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Evie share some tips to first few days in Year tle less daunting. 2) Always have a pos itive attitu d e - that wa y yo u w ill b e like d by ever yone a nd yo u w i ll have load s of f riend s at yo ur ne w scho o l.

r bes t u o y y nd a ays tr w k l r A o ) 4 ho mew r u o y ol o h c w it h s t w ill o rk a s w r e r h u c o a y the te y a ing w k r o w that u are o y w o kn hard.

ing 6) Are yo u miss hey ’re yo ur f riend s? T aking fine – they ’re m ke new ones, jus t li yo u.

7) Read this, take it all in and you will survive at your new Secondary School. Good luck! The Broomfield

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How to make the most of year 6 Grace, Bella and Chloe write an article to help you get through year 6

Are you in Year 5 or starting Year 6? Are you excited for secondary school next year? Yes. Of course you are, and you’re probably wishing your time away from primary school. But don’t! This will be your year, your year to shine. Year 6 is better than you think! One of the best things about Year 6 is that you are at the top of the school. That means you don’t have older children in your class annoying you all the time! Because you’re one of the oldest in the school, you have the chance to apply to have responsibilities such as being a Playleader, School Councillor or a House or Vice Captain. 8

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In our opinion, being a house captain is really good because you can wear your badge with pride and also sit on the benches in assembly - a huge advantage! We also like being a Playleader as you can play with the little children for the whole lunchtime! We asked some current Year 6’s at Broomfield Primary School about what they like best, and here’s what we got……. “You’re the teacher’s pet” “You have the Year 6 area” “The little children look up to you” “You have lots of interesting jobs”


Also, Year 6 is not Year 6 without cool equipment in your pencil case. Here are 5 that we recommend:

These items are all available to buy in shops such as Paperchase, The Works and WHSmith.

So now you know all about Year 6. We recommend that you do everything that you can – the time will go quicker than you think it will! What are you waiting for? Go out there and enjoy your last year at primary school!

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Top 10 restaurants in Chelmsford

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James Pittman and Georgie Leone tell us about their favourite places to eat in Chelmsford. McDonalds Because the food is lovely

Subway – Because there are toppings galore

Burger King – There is a big choice range

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KFC – If your foods late, you get a free Pepsi

Jamie Italian Tratoria – because it’s fancy food Prezzo – because there’s never too little food!

Nandos – Because everything is nice and spicy

Pizza Hut – The food is worth the price

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How to make the perfect pizza. We are James Pittman and Georgie Leone and we are writing to tell you about our favourite restaurants and a yummy pizza recipe. Our dream is to run a restaurant (called Restaurante Leone), so is are our favourite.

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The base For the base 250g (8oz) plain flour 5g (1/4) fresh yeast 150 ml ¼ pint of water 1tsp of caster sugar Olive oil, for greasing ½ tsp of salt Using your finger, mix 3tbsp of the water with the yeast and sugar. Leave it warm place for 10 minutes or until it begins to bubble. Sieve the flour and salt into a bowl and stir the yeast mixture. Stir in the oil and then enough of the remaining water to make a soft dough. Lightly flour your hands and the work surface. Knead the dough for about 10 minutes or until it becomes smooth and elastic. Put the dough in a lightly greased bowl and cover it with greased cling film. Put it in a warm place for 1 ½ hours, until the dough has doubled in size. The Broomfield

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The topping 1 small tin of chopped tomatoes� 1 tbsp of tomato puree 1tsp of dried oregano 3 slices of ham, pepperoni(as much as wanted) Salt and pepper 1 ball mozzarella (drained and sliced)

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While the dough is rising, use a sieve to drain the excess liquid from the tomatoes.

heat the oven to 220 degrees (425f/ gas.

Knock back the risen dough and put it onto a lightPut the tomatoes into a small sauce- ly floured work surface. Roll it out We chose pizza, pan into 2 equal cirbecause it’s our and add the cles, about 15cm favourite food. It’s tomato (6�) in diameter. also got protein, puree, such as pepperoni orega- Place the pizza and ham. We hope no, salt bases on a lightlygreased baking you enjoy our choice! and pepper. tray. Spread half of Gently warm them the tomato onto over a low heat for each base leaving a 2cm rim around 2 minutes the edge. With your fingers, tear the ham, Add the toppings and bake the pizpepperoni and mozzerella into bi- zas for 20-25 mintesize pieces Pre- utes. Let the pizzas

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Euro 2016 Robbie, Toby and Teddie tell us about their favouits players in the 2016 European championships

Euro 2016 is taking place in France and the final is in Paris. There are 24 teams in this year’s Euro 2016 football tournament. It happens every 4 years the same as the world cup. Here are our top five players of this competition. 16

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Ronaldo who plays for Real Madrid. He has so far scored 3 goals for Portugal in the Euro 2016. He is in our top 5, because he is an all-round good player. Griezman, who plays for Athletico Madrid. He has scored 6 goals for France in the Euro 2016. He is in our top 5, because he is an amazing striker for his national team.

Pogba, who plays for Juventus, has scored 1 goal for France in the Euro 2016. He is in our top 5, because he is an all-around good player.

Payet, who plays for West Ham, has scored 3 goals for France in Euro 2016. He is in our top 5, because he is good on the wing.

Bale, who plays for Real Madrid. He has scored 3 goals for Wales in the Euro 2016. He is in our top 5, because he scores brilliant goals. The Broomfield

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Teacher/student Interviews Millie & Tegan speak to Miss Cook and her students about what it’s like in reception class.

We interviewed Miss Cook and two reception children called Isla and Adam, at 1 o’clock (lunch time!), to ask them what 18

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they thought about school in the lower key stage in their class room. We wanted to talk to them, as we were thinking

about how interesting it is to know about the younger children in our school.


Students... What do you think about school? Adam: I like school. I really like choosing time. Isla: It’s a bit good and a bit bad – I mainly like playing.

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and do 1, 2, Adam: I always try to listen, but sometimes or 3 sheets. my friends talk to me. What is it like being in How many lessons do reception? you do a day? Adam: Good, I like Isla: We do loads in litsinging the number song and playing with tle groups on the working table. the junk table. Adam: We do English, Isla: I like it in recepDo you think you’re Maths, Snack Time, tion, and singing the ready for year 1? number song in my lit- Story Time, Some Times Isla: I like to add and We Do Assembly, PE, tle group of workers. do my phonics, I am Welly Wednesday, excited for going in the Do you listen to Miss Lunch, ICT, Library, And big play ground. My Favourite, Choosing Cook on the carpet? Adam: I do, I want to take it on and I want to Isla: Yes I do, I always Time. do homework in year 1, listen.

Teacher... What do you think about teaching? I love teaching. Playing with the children, working with all the staff that help out. Everyone thinks it’s easy, but it’s actually quite hard. Do you enjoy teaching? Yes, I love teaching, I love to watch them

Majority of the time they do but there are What is it like teach- always a few who don’t ing younger children? listen! It’s really fun, but quite How many subjects do challenging, I never stop, its hard work, but you teach a day? enjoyable and also very All of them the same as in year 5/6 but they rewarding to watch work in groups at the them grow every day working table and we before they go home. introduce all of the Do they listen to you subjects in a period of time. on the carpet? grow.

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Our favourite chocolate bars Millie & Tegan look at our love affair with chocolate and tell us about their favourit treats.

1) Cadbury Marvellous Creation Jelly Popping Candy Shells 2) Aero 3) Yorkie 4) Galaxy 5) Crunchy 6) Milky Way 7) Freddie 8) Twix 9) Kit Kat 10) Curly Whirly

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By Grace - Emojis. They’re sup them! But have you ever wond children l

10 At number ten it’s the cupcake. Super tasty and sweet, it’s a treat never to miss out on! 9 It’s the heart at number nine. Always useful to use in your text! 8 The rocket has landed at number eight. They are super-cool machines that are a hit right now with a lot of you! 7 Partying its way to number seven is the celebration emoji. Everybody likes to celebrate once in a while! 6 At number six is the pizza. After all, who doesn’t like a delicious, mouth – watering pizza? 5 The smiley emoji has secured its place at number five. The classic was very popular with you guys! 22

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Top 10 Emojis

per cool, and everybody loves dered which emojis Broomfield like best?

4 It’s the tongue-out emoji at number four. There’s no better way to express your feelings then this! 3 Nearly there! The sunglasses emoji is at number three. Of course, everybody likes to look 2 Almost! The puppy emoji has almost got there, but is at number two. His floppy ears, cute eyes So, the time has come. You are about to find out which emoji is the most popular in Broomfield. So get ready...Deep breath... Popcorn at the ready...DRUM ROLL………………… 1 IT’S THE UNICORN!!!!! Of course, who wouldn’t like unicorns?? Pink, fluffy and cute, she has won your hearts to become the top emoji of Broomfield! And she has beaten all the other emojis with a whopping 43 points! Let’s have a round of applause for the fluffy, pink unicorn! Don’t be shy! (DID I MENTION THAT THE UNICORN EMOJI IS PINK, FLUFFY AND CUTE?) The Broomfield

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Choose the right dog for you If you are thinking about having a dog as a pet, it can be difficult to choose the best breed for you. Isabella , Ella & Phoebe help you find out which dog you might want to have! Miniature Schnauzer These dogs adapt well to nearly any household as they are much, much smaller than a normal sized schnauzer. They are so cute Phoebe has one. “Adorable eyes!” she says. (Phoebe’s dog is called Misty and is the dog in the photo.) They come in four main colours: black, grey, white and brown. They need a lot of grooming or they will get matted. They live for up to 12-15 years! Boxer

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Boxers are very cute dogs but you can’t leave them alone too long because they may wreck your house or make a mess on your furniture. It’s a very playful dog but as it gets bigger it might knock over your kids. They are very sensitive and make amazing family pets! They are friendly toward strangers but not so much to other dogs. Remember, there is no such thing as a bad dog, just a bad owner!


Westies are very small, bark a lot and you might need to cut their hair. They’re very friendly around other dogs and especially their owners. Westies hate being alone and are very loyal. Beware: Westie terriers shed a lot of hair, but are very easily trained, as they are very intelligent. They need a lot of exercise!

Westie Terrier

Dalmatian Dalmatians are very friendly towards strangers and other dogs. They are very easy to groom and easy to train. Dalmatians would also need lots of exercise. They don’t really like living in apartments, as they are intelligent. If they don’t like someone or something they do tend to bark. They can also generally be very calm. Golden Retriever The loveable Golden Retriever is a large/medium- sized dog which needs a lot of food and exercise. Even though they are adorable, they only live for a 10-12 years! Grooming is very important as they have very long hair. Chiweenie A Chiweenie doesn’t need much food due to its small size. This Chihuahua-dachshund cross is easily house-trained. They are short haired and don’t need much grooming. They have very small legs, but are very fast - also playful. The Broomfield

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Space, Planet X and the ISS

Future astronaut, Cara Donnelly Tells us about Planet X, the ISS and why she loves space.

My name is Cara and I absolutely love space. The reason I’m writing this is because I want to get more children involved in the questions: ‘Are we alone?’ ‘How do I become an astronaut?’ 26

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I think not enough children like space. If you ask them, ‘Do you like space?’ the answer would probably be, ‘No, it’s boring!’. My answer is, ‘I absolutely love it!’ Here’s some of the reasons why.


Planet 9/Planet X Do we know everything about our solar system?

Caltech made the prediction on January 20th 2015. Astronomers studying the Kuiper Belt Caltech research- noticed some of ers have found the dwarf planets evidence of a new and other small, planet nicknamed icy objects tended Planet X or Planet to follow orbits 9. Scientists say that clustered tothat it takes begether. By studytween 10,000 to ing these orbits, 20,000 Earth years the Caltech team to orbit the sun. predicted the posThe hypothetical sibility that a large, planet 9 is (if it is previously undisthere) far, far becovered planet yond Pluto. may be hiding far beyond Pluto. Although there is a small chance I believe that it that it will not is there and I am be real, the funny very excited to thing is that it evi- see the outcome; dently looks like aliens could live the Earth. Scienthere - who knows! tists have said that Unfortunately, there are some NASA has not yet processes in hand explored the sothat could lead to called Planet X/ an exciting result. Planet 9.

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International Space Station (ISS) How do we get into space? I, for one, love the international space station. I know so much about it and what jobs you have to do, I could go there (in my dreams!). As you should know, Tim Peake has just come back from the ISS. On July 1st a Russian cargo ship completed a redocking mission from the Pirs cargo compartment and fortunately they redocked safely… If you do not know what the ISS is, it is a large spacecraft that travels around Earth at about 2000 miles per second…Wowza! That’s fast!

Well, thanks for reading. I hope I got you more interested in space and the outer reaches of the solar system.

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Our top cars Broomfield petrol-heads, Lukas, Akmal & Henry, examine some of the very best... and very worst cars that money can buy.

Bugatti Veyron - Built in 2005 and has a top speed is 252 mph. It is a 4-wheel drive and it has an 8 litre engine that reaches 60 mph in 3 seconds. Maclaren P1 - Its price is a whopping ÂŁ866,000. Maximum speed is 217mph (limited) Mpg 34, 0-60 mph in 2.8 seconds, V8 engine

Speed... Lamborghini Aventador - Price ÂŁ260,040. Max speed 217mph. Mpg 17.6. 0-60 mph in 2.9 seconds

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Volvo xc90 - £50,685, 4WD, 0-60 in 7.8 seconds, 48.7mpg and a top speed of 137mph. It’s smooth, easy to drive and has LED lights. Its turbo and supercharge petrol engine has good performance, but only 4 cylinders so why not just get the diesel?

Family... Peugot308 GTI - £28,155. 0-60 in 6 second, max speed of 155mph and will do 47mpg

Ford Mondeo - £25,245 62.8mpg, 0-60 in 8.9 seconds and a max speed of 135mph.

Weird...

Renault Twizy - It is electric and its price is £7,000. Its top speed is 30mph

Citron 2cv - Classic French car and its top speed is 71mph It was built from 1941 to 1990.

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Best WW2 Planes - Allied and Axis! Christopher looks at some of the most iconing aeroplanes frm WWII, including: The Lancaster, P 51 D Mustang, Heinkel 111, Messerschmitt 262 and Mosquito.

The Lancaster was a heavy bomber. 7,377 were made. It had 4 engines - 4 Rolls Royce Merlin engines. 32

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Lancaster was the most important Allied bomber and could hold the RAF’s largest bomb: “The Cookie”


The P 51 D Mustang was a fighter. More than 15,000 were made. It had a Rolls Royce Merlin engine. It was a lot better than the Spitfire and the P stood for “Pursuit” The Heinkel 111 was a medium bomber. 5,656 were made. It had 2 engines. 32 prototypes were made and was a night bomber (because of the Spitfires).

The Messerschmitt 262 was a fighter plane. 1,400 were made. It had 2 turbojet engines. It never had a prototype made.

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Do you know Batman as much as you think you do? by Billy Pearce

What did you score? 1- Worse than the joker! 2- You tried! 3- The Joker! 4- Batfan! 5- Weekly watcher! 6- Robin! 7- Batman! The Broomfield

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Fantastic buildings

Thomas’ favourite buildings from around the world

Clockwise from top-right: Reichstag, Germany - Sydney Opera house, Australia - Notre Dame, France - Empire State Building, United States - Burj Al-Arab, United Arab Emirates 38

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Clockwise from top-left: 30 St Mary Axe, United Kingdom - Taj Mahal, India - Forbidden City, China - The Great Pyramids, Egypt The Broomfield

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15 cute animals Bella & Chloe - Class JP10 have had a vote to see which animal they think is the cutest. Let’s see the wonderful 15 cutest animals……… In 15th place is the stoat with 3 votes. Must not be a favourite! In joint 11th place is the baby polar bear, baby elephant, baby meerkat and the baby greater slow loris. They each had 4 votes. Hopping into 10th place is the bunny with 5 votes. Getting a little higher with votes. In 9th place is the fennec fox with 9 votes.

In 5th place with 12 votes is the panda bear. In 4th place with 14 votes is the kitten. Ah, so cute! In 3rd place with 16 votes is the artic fox. Splashing to 2nd place is the piglet with 23 votes. Drum roll please……………… In 1st place with 43 votes is……… the PUPPY!!!!!!!! Wow, that’s a lot of votes isn’t it.

Climbing to 8th place is the Do you agree with us? Vote koala bear with 10 votes. and tell us which animal In 6th place is a joint plac- YOU think is the cutest. We hope you liked it. ing. With 11 votes apiece are the baby hedgehog and the happy hamster. 40

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Anna & Lily have been in Broomfield Primary School. S surprise Mrs Allen, Catering Manager ?

job r ou he y ut to t o ab ing e ik talk l ou ime en. y o g t ildr d at ndin ch h W Spe Who cooks in your house? My mum!

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What is your favourite 3 course meal? Prawn cocktail for starters, then moussaka - this is from Greece and it is made out of mince, aubergine, potato, and a cheesy white sauce on top. Rhubarb crumble and custard for dessert. Wh at i fav s you o r col urite o Ora ur? nge .

Who is your idol? I would have to say, my Daddy.

Do you have an y pets? No pets, but I would like a dog.


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nterviewing teachers at Some of their answers might e you... Mrs Emirali, Learning Mentor What is your favourite I do. I have a cat. He is called Mr Cat. colour? Purple. If you could switch What did you want to jobs or start your life again, what would be when you were a you do differently? child? I didn’t think about it Nothing. I am happy much until I was older. with how my life has turned out. I then worked in an office and then a bank. When I had kids I de- Do you like your job? cided I wanted to work I do! with them. Who is your best What is your favourite friend? thing about your job? I don’t have one friend. Hhhhhmmmmmmm… I have lots of close The children. [laughs] friends. Do you have any pets?

Who is your idol? I don’t have one!

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Mrs Hitchen, Drama teacher What did you want to be when you were a child? An actor. What is your favourite thing about your job.? Seeing children develop their confidence in drama. Who is your idol? A man called Anthony Hopkins. He has dyslexia [and so do I] and he inspired me; you can do anything even when faced with a challenge. What is your greatest achievement? My greatest achievement…. Winning gold prize in a play competiton. What is your favourite colour? Blue, but not any sort of blue, a nice turquoise. What is your life goal? To be a kind and generous to others. What is your favourite football team? None! Prefer rugby. What is the best show you have been in? A Midsummer Night’s Dream. I played the part of Titania, and it was a tour across Europe. Thank you very much! No problem. Although I am expecting a fee, so I will send the invoice via the post. I tend to charge around £70,000! 44

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Who created this magazine? Year five and six pupils from Broomfield Primary School have worked very hard over the past few weekes to creat this magazine - here is the list of contributors:

Writers Tegan Beckett Ella Bowman Robbie Dixon Cara Donnelly Anna Edmondson Melissa Gardner Isabella Gaskell Georgie Leone Phoebe Melnick Teddie Nicoll

James Pittman Esme Porter Lily Roberts Christopher Silman Millie Trzeja Henry Brannan Chloe Davis Toby Davison Isobel English Lucas Hebdon

Isabelle Hooper Akmal Khan Evie Newman Cory Nurse Matthew Payne Billy Pearce Joshua Rout Isabelle Skeel Thomas Wiffen Grace Wren

Editor Mr Parry

Editor-in-Chief Mrs Shelley

Publisher Leon Wingham

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Summer Fashion

Fashionistas, Evie and Izzy tell us what we should be wearing this summer. Do you want to look on trend this summer? By following these simple tips we guarantee you will look stunning in the sun! This summer, crop tops are the craze; a brightly coloured belly top with some denim shorts will look brilliant on the beach or on a hot summer day. Are you sick of stinky, sweaty feet? Then go to the shops now get some sandals! This summer, everyone has sandals - they look epic with a nice flowy dress or a colourful crop top and denim shorts.

some perfect pumps. Accessorise with some spectacular sunglasses and a fancy colourful hat to go with this awesome summer look, to really finish it off. If this summer is full of typically British rain then you can always look awesome with some ripped jeans and a funky patterned rain coat. That way you will be super-dry and look super-cool! (Instead of looking super-wet in the rain!)

If you follow these simple, smart fashion tips, we guarantee you will look amazing and you will be the centre of attention with your friends at school and Flowy, flowery maxi dresses with your family and lovedare so popular this season, ones at home as well. So if you want to look fashion- get the fashion and look great this summer. able get one of these and 46

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Batman and Joker toys. Isabelle looks at some of the cool Batman toys that are on the market.

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This batman POP toy is only £9.99 at TOYSRUS!

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And this batman characters 3 pack is £14.99 and also From TOYSRUS.

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You can get this amazing batman costume from the entertainer for £18!

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AND THIS BATMAN BIKE IS ONLY £119.99 FROM SMITHS TOYS SUPER STORE!

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Broomfield Primary School, Summer 2016  

Year 5 and 6 pupils have created a magazine :o)

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