This week’s COMM circles question is ‘When does ‘banter’ become ‘bullying’?’
We discussed the meaning of ‘banter’ and how we react to it. We then discussed what happens we it crosses the line and becomes bullying.
We have been creating posters for anti-bullying week with the key messgae being ‘Choose Respect’.
We will try and share some of these when they are finished.
Can you give any advice for people who may be being bullied? What would you tell them to do?
To to say I am proud of you today would be an understatement.
You worked so incredibly hard with your adults to make poppies and create art work. I can’t wait to put it all together our display.
Well done Class 9 💗
What have you been up to this week/weekend? This weekend it was Katie’s 4th birthday party and she had a fantstic time. She loved the party food and running around in the disco room!
Luke has been to Sherwood Forest and sent us this photo of The Major Oak! What a huge tree. Hopefully he will tell us more about it this week and you can learn all about it.
Please blog your adventures below! You can upload a picture too.
In maths this week we have learning about measures.
Yesterday we were testing our weighing skills. We were given a recipe to follow ensuring we weighed our ingredients accurately.
After we had completed our technical challenge we invited a special guest judge…. (no not Paul Hollywood) Mr Fallon!
After judging the scones ‘blind’ Blue group were crowned ‘Star Bakers’.
Fantastic weighing skills from everyone this week!
Today’s COMM circles question was ‘are the best things in life free?’
What things can you do with your family that are free?
Please add your comments and suggestions below!
Homwork diaries need to be in school EVERY DAY! They need to be signed and in the basket on Monday mornings along with your reading log. Please write in what you have completed at home for example reading, spellings or times tables.
You are expected to read at least 4 times per week. I will be putting up a new display in class and there will be house points for those of you who manage to do (and exceed) this!
Your PE kit should be in school every day. You should have the correct HCPS house colour Tshirt and shorts. Jogging bottoms are fine for outdoor PE but are not appropriate for indoor gymnastics and apparatus sessions.
You have a log on for spelling shed. Please try and log on to complete the sessions. Your sheets are for you to practise on every week. You do not have to return them but you are expected to practise them daily.
Your homework this week is to log on to spelling shed (either through the internet or the app) and complete your spellings – test next Friday!
You have your log on details in your homework diaries. Complete them as much as possible so we can try and get near the top of the school leaderboard!
A big thank you to Dave (EAST IT support) for coming along on our trip and bringing along his drone to capture this amazing footage.
We will hopefully use these later in our project!
What a fabulous first trip we have had on our visit to Langsett Reservoir today. We have walked miles (over 5 actually!)
We took the iPads and enjoyed snapping photos of the beautiful countryside. We have also edited our photos and created some fabulous effects.
Dave (our amazing ICT guru!) brought alone his drone and he got some AMAZING video footage of the landscape – we will post this soon!
What geographical features did you spot today?
What was the best thing about the trip?
I really enjoyed just having time to enjoy a day out of school with my class! Thank class 9 I have loved today!