School will now open on MONDAY 15TH JUNE for Foundation, Y1 and Y6 children. Please see the parents' section for more information.
PSHE Week Beginning 29th June 2020
Can you remember what you learned last week? If you have forgotten, have another look at the sheet you filled in or look back at the clip https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrffr82/articles/zg982nb
This week you will need to download the document about different drugs. Then make a chart like this and fill it in using the information you have found out through reading the document.
It is very important that we all learn about drugs. Almost 5,000 people die every year in the UK because of some drugs, but other drugs can keep people alive. We need to know how to keep ourselves safe around drugs and this unit of work will help us do this.
Watch https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrffr82/articles/zg982nb with an adult.
Look at the sheet. Talk to an adult what the terms mean. Then try to think of 3 drugs which will go in each section. Talking about this with the adult will be more important that filling in the worksheet.
Week Beginning 1st June
Things are strange at the moment and it can be tricky to cope with missing your friends at school. Things are getting better and hopefully it won’t be too long before we can all see each other again. This week, think about the things you would like to say to your friends. Write each of your friends a short message in a bottle, a message you can put inside a jar or box to keep it safe until we get back to school. Then when we are back together, you can swap messages with your friends.
Week Beginning 4th May 2020
Take a look at the power point above. It's all about families. Afterwards have a go at the activity. I'm sure you will find it very interesting to do once you get started, and I think the rest of your family will enjoy it too!
With things as they are at the moment it is easy to get weighed down with sadness and with missing friends and family. It is important to remember that there are lots of good things we can enjoy, but it is also very important to take care of our own mental health.
This week I would like you to concentrate on being mindful of your own feelings and of taking care of yourself emotionally and mentally. Play this short video and practise your relaxing, calming breathing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldFD-L-Csz0 You can use this as often as you like to take a moment out for yourself.
Seas of tranquillity - Using a piece of paper, make a small paper boat by following the instructions below. Once you have your paper boat, lay on your back on the floor, or your bed. Somewhere you are comfortable. Place the paper boat on your stomach and press play on the music. As the music plays, concentrate on breathing in and out slowly, as you did with the video above. Watch your paper boat moving up and down as you breathe, as you breathe in your stomach will lift as your lungs fill with air. As you breathe out all of the air in your lungs will leave and your boat will sail up and down on your sea of tranquillity. Take this time to allow yourself to stop and focus on yourself.