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Odd Sock Day

Today we had such a lovely day wearing our odd socks and it has been a special end to our anti-bullying week.

 

Here is a poem created by Cerys and Zac...

 

Today is odd sock day,

the day that hopes to keep the bullies away.

We all wear odd socks to show that we care,

for people who are bullied and need someone to be there.

 

Even though we have our own way of mind,

that does not mean they you be treated unkind.

If you that unkindness happens to you,

that really doesn't mean that you should do it to.

 

Bullies should think about what they say and do,

they should think carefully and no bully you.

The way to treat someone that is correct,

is kindness and love, with lots of respect.

 

Odd sock day is special, odd socks day is great,

if you want to change, it really isn’t too late.

 

 

Hello Yellow

 

On Friday 9th October, we celebrated Hello Yellow day with the rest of the school. It was so lovely to see the children wear a symbol of yellow and it really helped to brighten up the day.

 

The children in 4G focused on a 'positive mind' and spreading kindness. They created a wonderful kindness paper chain and some superhero versions of themselves. The children were great at thinking of powerful words to describe themselves and their friends. 

 

Keeping a positive mind in 4G!

 

We understand that it is important to take a break and keep a positive mind. Sometimes we have worries that get in the way but 4G have their 'Worry Monster' to help manage their feelings. In addition, they also have a 'compliment box'. The children sneak positive compliments into the box throughout the week and Mrs Garlick randomly selects 5 to read out loud on a Friday afternoon. It is so lovely to see the children beam with happiness when someone has recorded a lovely message about them. 

 

 

Hello Yellow Day - 9.10.20

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