School photos next Tuesday. Correct school uniform needs to be worn! Sports uniform is NOT to be worn.
This morning the students continued practising the correct letter formation of the vowel letters and checking their correct pencil grip.
Fitness/ Brain break
The Good Samaritan
The students discussed what it means to be a good neighbour and we shared some examples of how we can be good neighbours at school.
Nathan: ‘If someone gets hurt in soccer I help them up and take them to a teacher.’
The children reflected and recorded their understanding of the Good Samaritan. Some children chose to retell the story in their own words and others reflected on how they have been or could be a good neighbour to someone at school.
Revisiting what we have learnt so far:-
Nathan: ‘We learnt about emotions, like happy and took a photo on Photo Booth.’
Seanna: ‘The opposite to positive emotions is negative.’
Places we feel safe:
Lolla: At home
Nikos: At school, all the time.
Ethan: At my grandparents place.
Michelle: Under my blanket.
Arrow: At the school hall.
Eva: At my cousins house.
Ayrton: Under the kitchen bench.
Djaran: The police station.
Kayla: In the class room.
Kai: At my friend’s house.
Places where we may not feel safe:
Mrs Jones: Walking on a wobbly bridge.
Rahan: When the fire bell rings at school.
Ethan: Outside my house.
Dev: Swimming in water that has dangerous animals.
Bella: In the forest.
Aarshia: In the dark.
Helen: Crossing the road by myself.
Sam: Riding my bike for the first time.
Lolla: When there is a storm or a black out.
Nicky Rose: When I’m at the beach and I can’t touch the bottom.
When I feel unsafe I might be feeling…
Abbey: Butterflies in my tummy.
Amira: You can get cold hands.
Kai: Feel funny, a bit sick in the tummy area.
Draw a safe place where you feel safe…