Good morning everyone. How are we all? We hope you had a lovely weekend. Who can tell us the date today in French? Do you remember how to say ‘first’? and also, we are into a new month. Who knows ‘June’ en francais?
This week’s Rights Respecting Schools Article is Article 19: Protection from violence, abuse and neglect.
Some activities you may wish to try are:
- Article 19 means that no child should be hurt, hit or treated badly. Find out about the punishments for children in schools in Victorian times. Imagine you lived then and wanted to end physical punishment in school. Write a letter to Queen Victoria explaining why you think things should change.
- Draw or list some of the people whose job it is to help you stay safe and protected.
- Think about the feelings we have when we know we are safe and cared for. Write a poem or song to describe how this feels. Use good metaphors and similes to describe the emotions.
- What do you know about being safe online? Have a conversation about this with the adults you live with. Talk about safe settings on your router and on all devices in the house. Ask your family to look at this Safer Internet website and let you watch some of the videos in the resources section.
Please remember to share these with us so we can build evidence for our reaccreditation.
Problem Solving for today:
Once you have been successful, why not try to draw it again, this time with 4 circles on the bottom row and fitting the numbers 1-10 into the circles in the same way. Is it possible?
Reading: Please read the first half of your new book by visiting www.oxfordowl.co.uk
Yellow / Level 11- The Huge and Horrible Beast
Red – Jungle Shorts
Blue – Battle with the Beast
Level 8 – Winnie and Wilbur Stay at Home
Level 6 – The Junk Cruncher
2 x 125 25 x 10
4 x 25 25 x 4
6 x 100 14 x 10
6 x 20 14 x 5
6 x 125 25 x 14
652 x 43
Just a reminder that the new home learning grid for other areas of the curriculum can also be accessed on the blog. Here is a link to it if you missed it last week.Learning Grid May – June
Thank you for your continued hard work and effort.
Miss Smith and Mr Woodward.