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Anti-Bullying and Road Safety Week

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20th November 2020

   

What a busy week we have had! 

The whole school has been focusing on anti-bullying and road safety, completing activities in reception right up to year 6 surround these very important topics. 

Anti-Bullying Week is an opportunity to shine a spotlight on bullying and consider the steps we can take together to stop it and this year had the theme ‘United Against Bullying’. for more information, please visit the Anti-Bullying Alliance website: 

https://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/

Road Safety Week is the UK's biggest road safety event, coordinated annually by Brake, the road safety charity.

Road Safety Week aims to inspire thousands of schools, organisations and communities to take action on road safety and promote life-saving messages during the Week and beyond. Every year they choose a different road safety theme to focus on. The theme for 2020 is NO NEED TO SPEED. For more information, please visit the Road Safety Week website: 

http://roadsafetyweek.org.uk/

Have a lovely weekend! 

Miss H :) x

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Teams meeting with local MP Jason McCartney

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13th November 2020

Today, year 5 and 6 had a very special teams meeting. Our local MP, Jason McCartney, got in touch and wanted to meet with the children to explain his role as an MP and to answer any questions they had to ask him. We found out about his life before becoming an MP, he told us about the video call he had with Sir David Attenborough and even showed us the picture of him meeting the Queen! The questions that the children thought of really got Jason thinking and were very probing, Jason was very impressed! 

   

We are really proud of all the children who conducted themselves in an excellent manner and were brilliant ambassadors for the school! 

Have a lovely weekend!

Miss H xx

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Remembrance Day 2020

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11th November 2020

Today, the whole school took part in the 2 minutes silence which we did for everyone who have fought in wars past and present. All classes are doing activities relating to these across the week. For more information about the Poppy Appeal this year and to find out more about the great work that the Royal British Legion do, please visit the link found below: 

https://www.britishlegion.org.uk/ 

Miss H xx

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World Mental Health Day 2020

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9th October 2020

As October 10th is World Mental Health Day, throughout the today, every year group has learnt about what mental health is, discussed this topic and completed different activities based upon this. Why not ask your child/ren about what they have learned today?

Young Minds is a charity that is leading the fight for a future where all young minds are supported and empowered, whatever the challenges. They are there to make sure young minds get the best possible mental health support and have the resilience to overcome life’s difficulties.

For more information about Young Minds click the link here: 

Young Minds

For more helpful links about the topic of wellbeing and mental health, please visit our PSHE curriculum webpage. Here, you will also find other useful links to topics such as healthy lifestyles, safety and anti-bullying. The link can be found below: 

PSHE Curriculum Webpage

Have a lovely weekend! 

Miss H x

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Goodbye Mrs Greenwell

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This Friday marks the end of term, but also the end of an era as Mrs Greenwell will be moving on from Netherthong. She has landed her dreamed job, teaching ceramics. We are all going to miss her so much and would like to say a massive thank you to her for all her contributions to the school and community. She has helped so many children over the years and inspired them so many areas - especially music. Please could you comment on this padlet, and we will share them with her on Friday.

MRS GREENWELL MEMORIES

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Y6 Collaborative Writing - The Strike of Wuhan!

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Here's the final one for today - The Strike of Wuhan! 

Enjoy: 

The Strike of Wuhan shared.docx

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Y6 Collaborative Writing - Imagine

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Number 3 for today - Imagine: 

Imagine shared.docx

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Y6 Collaborative Writing - Morter Hunters

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This is a horror/adventure story, that might need some parental guidance.

Enjoy the Morter Hunters: 

Morter Hunters Shared.docx

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Y6 Collaborative Writing - Bird

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I'm going to try to add all the rest of the stories today.

Here is: Bird - 

Bird Shared.doc

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Fancy some World Record breaking art?

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Isabel, in year 2, pointed this out to me and I had to pass it along ... 

Like many of us, you may have been enjoying Rob Biddulph’s brilliant Draw with Rob draw along videos, which have amassed a huge online following and now been watched over 2 million times on YouTube.

On May 21st, Rob is going to attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the World’s Biggest Art Lesson

Rob will be live on YouTube at 4.00pm (BST) but in order for the attempt to meet Guinness World Records’ criteria we need participants – young and old –  to register for the free lesson at www.artworldrecords.com and be there for the whole 30 minutes. 

The attempt will also help to raise money for those most impacted by COVID-19.  Participants can donate what they can and companies have also begun to pledge financial support. These donations will go towards high impact charities to counter the impact of COVID-19, including stopping the disease’s spread, providing immediate relief to those most impacted and preventing future pandemics. 

#ArtWorldRecords #MakeHistoryatHome #DrawWithRob #StayAtHome

Miss H

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