PSHCE

Barnsley Music Education Hub website now has new features which we really hope will support schools. As well as a new Online Learning section that was developed last term, we have also been working hard to reduce the amount of printed paper resources that we use, therefore we have included the following documents online:

·         Pupil Practice Diary

·         Pupil Handbook (Lots of information about how lessons work)

·         New Starter Form (Pink Form)

Here is The link to these documents:

https://www.barnsleymusichub.com/for-schools

Believe in your selfie 

Our ‘focus 4’ in FS2 have had a very busy ‘Believe in your selfie’ week! They have been planning a party for Halloween and have had some wonderful ideas about what we could do. They have written lists of things we need, made decorations, baked and decorated buns all ready for Friday’s party. They have danced, played spooky games and looked AMAZING in their Halloween costumes. They have been taking turns to organise sports games and making lovely Autumn pictures. Well done, you are all superstars!

Robins’ Academy

 
 
The Robins have been designing the ‘Robins’ Academy’. They decided which children would govern their school, and why. Then, they designed the layout and decided why the new layout would promote an outstanding education.
 

We can say how we are feeling

Our Daisies are so clever. At the beginning of each session, they choose a coloured pom pom, to put in the ‘monster jar’ to represent their emotions. We use yellow for happy, blue for sad, green for calm and red for angry.

The Colour Monster

The Daisies love our story this week ‘The Colour Monster’. We are learning to express how we are feeling. In our story, when the monster is yellow he is happy, when he is blue he is sad, when he is green he is calm and when he is red he is angry. The boys and girls coloured in their monster to represent their own feelings.

The Colour Monster

The Daisies love our story this week ‘The Colour Monster’. We are learning to express how we are feeling. In our story, when the monster is yellow he is happy, when he is blue he is sad, when he is green he is calm and when he is red he is angry. The boys and girls coloured in their monster to represent their own feelings.

Our very first ‘Believe in your Selfie’ week!

Well done to our “fantastic four” for such an amazing week! We’ve covered so much from finding ladybird larva, exploring our feelings, showing off our football skills … to having a tea party fit for a tiger! We are so excited for Week 2.

Our first ‘Stars of the Week’

Well done to our first ‘Morning Star of the Week’ who has displayed excellent behaviour all week! Congratulations to our ‘Afternoon Star of the Week’ too for settling in so well into our Nursery. We are so proud of you both!

Owl Baby Storytellers!

The Daisies have really enjoyed our class story the ‘Owl Babies’. They join in with the refrain “I want my mummy” so confidently! They can also spot when the owls feel happy and sad.

Teddy Bears’ Picnic

All our Daisies were invited to our very special ‘goodbye’ Teaddy Bears’ Picnic. We remembered all the special times we have shared together and celebrated every special, unique child. We even played ‘pin the heart on the teddy bear’. We will miss you x

Food Groups

The Year 3 Foxes loved their Science lesson, learning all about the different food groups. Children sorted Mrs. Wilkie’s shopping into carbohydrates, fruits and vegetables, proteins, dairies and fats/oils. We have also held many discussions about what constitutes a balanced diet.

Believe in your Selfie 

Our ‘focus 4’ in FS2 have had a super ‘Believe in your selfie’ week! They have shared their interests, passions and have led to some amazing learning! We have had class races where the children received rosettes, team exercise classes where the children had to sign up by writing their names, fact finding all about larvae and much, much more!  All of the staff have been so proud of how engaged they have been.  Take a look at some of the things they have been doing 🙂

5.10.20 Celebrating Difference

5.10.20 Celebrating Difference

This week, Mrs. Allen’s assembly focusses on celebrating difference, using ‘Dogs Don’t Do Ballet’ as a stimulus.

Daily Bread

What deep philosophical thinking! Our thoughts were inspired by three loaves of bread shared unfairly between our class.

Origami Foxes

As part of our ‘returning to learning‘ programme of planned activities during the first few weeks of the Autumn Term, the Foxes had a go at some origami. We concentrated, followed instructions, helped each other and built resilience. After a few goes we really got the hang of it!

We are the Foxes! 

The Foxes read ‘The Brave Bear’ during the first days back in school after Lockdown. We discussed self-belief and wrote our strengths on leaves. We now know that we are all strong in our own way.

 

Candle Dark

In the Year 3/4 Badgers we have been reading the book ‘Candle Dark’ which is all about a young boy called Joshua who works down the coal mine. The children have written some questions they would like to ask Joshua about his life.

Our Kindness Box

On the first day back to school after the Christmas break, the Hedgehogs decided to create a kindness box. We wrote sentence strips telling our partner why we think they are kind. After reading the beautiful words, each member of the class placed their kindness strip into a special box. Finally, we thought of lots of different ways to use these in class. What a super start to PSHCE 2020! Will you take a ‘lucky dip’ a ‘change your day’ or a ‘find your kindness’?

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