Just a quick post to say a big thank you to our year 3 children.
We are learning about the effect of litter and single use plastic on our planet and environment.
Our classes have shared their enthusiasm, empathy and passion to be the change they want to see in our world.
As they participate in this learning journey, I am incredibly proud of them and their efforts to learn about the impact of single use plastic. It is a pleasure to see them strive to make a difference.
Thank you for supporting the children at home and taking time to fill in their diary and talk to them about their learning. Next term we will continue to apply our geography and ICT skills to learn more about our planet and the difference that our generation can make to help secure its future!
Well done year 3, you are capable of making a huge difference to our school, our community and our planet.
This weeks question is “Why do we make New Years Resolutions?” We discussed in assembly the fact that people make them to set themselves a goal or a challenge for the year, however most of us will have already broken our New Years Resolution 1 week in!
So, this week we would like you to think about why should we set ourselves a resolution? What do we achieve from these? What new years resolutions have you already set yourself? Why do you think people struggle to stick to their new years resolutions?