Is it important to share your emotions?

Y6B have explored the story ‘Lucy’s Blue Day ‘ through P4C, the children generated the question ‘Is it important to share your emotions?’ The children were fabulous and shared their reasons why as you can see below. Do you think it is important to share your emotions? Please follow and like us:

Y4H Diversity and Respect

In Y4H this afternoon we have been learning about respect, diversity and understanding the similarities and differences between each other. We started our discussion with the word love and what that means the children discussed a range of ideas such as – Family Friends Pets Belongings and caring for each other, We watched a short […]

Well-being week in Y6B

This week the whole school is supporting Mental Health and Well being with a range of activities to promote mindfulness and encourage children to talk about their feelings. In Y6B the children have listened to a range of music, taken part in some therapeutic work and spent time really getting to know each other and […]

P4C in 3/4P

In 3/4P the children have been completing a P4C on attendance, looking at the importance of coming to school and not missing out on learning time. Their question was ‘Are you Ashamed? what are your thoughts? Please follow and like us:

Anti-bullying week in Y4/5D

This week in Y4/5D we have been discussing what bullying means and how to prevent bullying. We watched the video ‘For The Birds’ and created questions.  We chose the question, why are people bullied because they are different? The children discussed this question and wrote their own responses.   Please follow and like us:

P4C in 6B

This week in 6B the children found a screwed up attendance certificate in the Immersive reading environment, the certificate was given to a child with 100% attendance. The children decided on a range of questions they wanted to explore. Would you throw your attendance certificate away? Do you think attendance is crucial to you? Do […]

P4c in Y4/5D

Today the children discussed the questions ‘Why didn’t women act in Shakespearean times?’. Before we started our discussion we revisited the P4c rules about respecting other children’s views. The children shared many different ideas and listened to their peers opinions. Please follow and like us: