Wednesday 5th September (Term 3, Week 7)

Guided Reading & Writer’s Notebook

Health: Keeping Safe: exploring trust and creating a personal network of people we trust.

What is trust?

Finn: Trust is something that you know someone will be there when you are hurt or sad.

Shylah: Trust is when you trust a friend.

Thinh: Trust is when you know someone will be there to help you and not going to put you down.

Anshika: Trust is when you can believe in someone.

Emily: Trust is when you know someone will always be there.

Nhi: Trust is when you can believe in someone if you’re doing something scary.

Taihya: Trust is when you trust your friend is doing the right thing for your safely.

Billy: Trust is when you feel responsibility for something you own or special to you.

Maddie: Trust is when you tell your best friend a secret.

Terry: Trust is when you have hope in someone.

Fatehvir: Trust is when you believe in someone.

Aditi: Trust is when you give responsibility to someone to keep you safe.

Prayer hosted By Emily and Anshika

Anshika: Dear God, thank you for giving us a feeling about trust so we can believe in someone and we can tell secrets and they won’t tell anyone.

Emily: Dear God, thank you for lettings trust people so we can tell someone our secrets.

Aditi: Dear God, thank you for inventing the word trust because that helps us believe in people.

Udesh: Dear God, thank you for trust because we can trust people and you can make more friends.

Nhi: Dear God, thank you for trust because you can believe in someone and you won’t be scared of what you’re going to do.

Fayzan: Dear God, thank you for trust because you can trust your friends and family.

Numeracy: Measurement 

Children were given time to complete their measuring tool investigations. After many questions were asked around mass and balancing scales, we moved our investigation to explore how to compare mass using balance scales. Here are some examples of todays investigations.

Measuring and comparing mass using balancing scales…..

Making Moon Lanterns continued …

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