All the children in the school have been learning about Clever never goes about the dangers of ‘going off’ with someone.
The Biggies made resources for the younger children in the school to help teach them. We made 3 videos and an animation and sent them to the younger classes. They gave us some great feedback.
watch the videos
Today I asked the children what they wanted from school this session in 4 words (hat tip to Mr Minchen on twitter for the idea).
What it’s about
Junior sports leader’s is a club of p5-7’s getting coached to coach the p1-4’s to be more active and have fun.
Julie from active schools came in to talk to us about how to be a Junior Sports Leader. We got booklets of how to be a junior sports leader. Julie quickly ran through session 1 of the booklet and then she teaches us some warm up games like Tig, What’s the time Mr Wolf and other games.
Now Julie went onto the main games like Ice Cube where we couldn’t be seen moving. And we obviously had to start with a warmup game which was tig and we also made our own obstacle courses. And then we tidied up and we are to do session 2 in our little booklet.
A couple of day ago our teacher was giving us a lesson about teamwork. we had to create a algorithm with our hands and then write a very nice poster for others to learn from. We worked in threes but they were randomised partners, we had to learn to compromise and share our ideas with one another.
Top Tips for team work
Talking to each other
Listing to each other
Agreeing with with each other
Discussing each other’s ideas 💡
Looking at each other
By Aaliyah and Islay
As part of health week somebody came in to do hip hop dancing and cheerleading.
When we did the cheerleading we went into three lines and then we went into a pinball shape. We did some cool shapes and tricks and we got to use the Pom poms as we moved we had to shake them. When we did everything together it looked very cool.
We also did hip hop dancing for the rest of the time that was also fun. There was some cool tricks we had to do with our hands it was a bit tricky but fun.
Everybody enjoyed doing the dancing and cheerleading.
On Tuesday primary 4,5,6,7 learned how to do heart start with Mrs Rae.
The first thing we did was watch two fake videos about helping an unconscious person and a conscious person.
The first step was look around for danger then ask the person if there are ok.
Then shout for help if the person does not respond. Next check if the person is breathing by putting your hand on the persons four head and putting your other two pictures on the persons chin. Now Push the head back and put your cheek close to the persons face to see if you can here or feel then breathing. Then put the person in the recovery passion by putting there right arm at a right angle and bringing the left arm over and putting it on the cheek closest to you. Then bring the left leg over the right leg. Then phone an ambulance and answer all of the questions the person asks you.
Mrs Rae said we could test it out on a friend I did it with Zara and we were just laughing but we did get it done.
Today we went to the rugby festival at st Patrick’s primary school. There was lots of schools there like chapel green, Banton primary, st Patrick’s and more.
Firstly we got split into Banton 1 and Banton 2 we were only allowed seven people in each team so some people had to be back up people. The field that we were playing on was so much bigger than we were used to. Both teams had 2 rounds so we had 4 games between us. We went up against other schools and had lots of fun and I think we did very well scoring tries.
This afternoon we were in the playground with primary 1, 2 and 3.
As junior leaders we had to remember NEDS.
Name, explain, demonstrate and safety.
We organised games for the younger children.
The Banton Biggies have been thinking what #respectmeans. Joining in thinking and talking about respect for Anti-Bullying Week.
respect has all of the details of this years Anti-Bullying Week.