The children have had another busy week in Reception. They started the week by brainstorming lots of words that describe how to be a good friend. Both classes came up with fantastic words such as helpful, kind, letting friends join in, talk, listen, hug, laughter, fun, gentle and many more. The words have been displayed for us all to see on our ‘friendship tree’. During the week, the children all worked extremely hard and have had lots of fun. What superstars!
Following on from our assembly this morning, Year 4 have been thinking more about the excellent work that The Dogs Trust do. We have heard that every year, The Dogs Trust care for, and help rehome 15,000 dogs. We have also been looking at some real life cases of dogs that have needed rehoming, and thinking about how this could have been avoided.
The children have been thinking about how showing thoughtfulness and respect applies to our pets. Great work Year 4!
Year One had a fantastic morning with a visit from PC Jackson. He shared with us all the important information about staying safe in our community.
Today in Reception we have been learning about Remembrance Day. We have learnt the meaning behind the poppy and spoke about why we remember. We have made our own war medals, poppies and finger painted a poppy field.
Year One had a visit from firefighter Gary. He shared the firework safety code and all the important rules that need to be followed as bonfire night approaches. We looked at the special clothes he has to protect him. Thank you Gary.