› find, evaluate and use evidence in forming views
› engage with contemporary issues based upon their knowledge and values
› understand and exercise their human and democratic responsibilities and rights
› understand and consider the impact of their actions when making choices and acting
› are knowledgeable about their culture, community, society and the world, now and in the past
› respect the needs and rights of others, as a member of a diverse society
› show their commitment to the sustainability of the planet
A huge thank you to everyone who came to support our Harvest Service and Macmillan coffee morning today. The children had a great time performing and we hope you enjoyed their songs. We have only recieved a few responses to the questionnaires on the seats. If you haven’t already filled in the extremely quick survey, you can find the link below. It will provide some great data for our eco-team. Thanks for our continued support. https://tinyurl.com/y7vll5sa
Today our pupil voice group for Safety had their first meeting, which was extremely productive! We discussed the aims of our group and why pupil voice is so important. The children came up with lots of fantastic suggestions for improving and maintaining safety within and outside school, and we look forward to working on their suggestions throughout the year. The children also voted on the name for our group, and the winning name was SAFETY SOLDIERS!What a fantastic start to this important pupil voice group.
The first Eco meeting of the term, generated some great ideas! The children were full of enthusiasm thinking of ways to make our school an Eco friendly place.
We have talked about a mascot, and how this could promote positive Eco thinking.
First task for The Eco warriors will be the ‘clothes to school’ recycling day. Please don’t forget to bring in your bags of clothes on Tuesday morning and drop them at the P.E shed in the junior yard for weighing.
This week the Year 2s enjoyed working outdoors to search for various signs of Autumn. Some were easy to find, whilst others were more challenging. They used different senses and recorded their findings. They enjoyed discussing what they found, and applied their previous learning showing confidence and enthusiasm. They are looking forward to more outdoor learning experiences next week. Gwaith ardderchog, Blwyddyn 2!
Year 5 struck back up their links with Richmond Park Primary School in Carmarthen today and Skyped them for their Welsh Drilling session after lunch. Three of the pupils asked and answered questions in Welsh to help their develop language patterns. Three different pupils will be picked each Tuesday to talk to the other Year 5 class until the end of the Year. Da iawn pawb.