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Anti-Bullying Week in Silver Birches

We have been doing lots of learning about Anti-Bullying Week. We have all made a safe network hand. Our safe network hand, is a reminder to us of the people that we have around us to help us when we need help or support. On our thumbs, we chose a person at home who can help us. On our fingers, we chose people in school who can help us. On the palm of our hand, we chose things that we have around us e.g. our pets, cuddly toys or a diary. On our wrists, we chose services around us which can help e.g. the emergency services, Childline or the NSPCC. Also, we have been designing posters. Very kindly at home, Lilly (with Tyler's help), have made a worry box which they have bought to school for the children in Silver Birches to use.

This week we have been sewing Christmas stockings - some of us have even finished! We have all learned to use blanket stitch. We are really excited because Miss Pegler has told us that she will put some sweets in our stockings. We have also designed Christmas cards to share with Elizabeth; we have focussed on drawing illustrations depicting a tradtional Christmas.

We have also been learning about the Bronze age. We reminded ourselves that copper and tin are used to make bronze. To help us learn about this, we used a video clip, which was interesting to watch.

In PE, we have been participating in gymnastics. We also had our school photos taken this week.


Blog written by: Noah, Jack, Mia, Lilly, Dylan, Elle, Harry, Tyler, Lucy, Harvey, Jaiden, Jemima, Matilda and Arundeep.

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