This morning Crew Godley had a difficult crew challenge, especially as we weren’t allowed to communicate other than using facial gestures! Our challenge was to group ourselves according to our colour, the tricky part was that we did not know own colour. Kaison leadership skills were second to none, he was fantastic at leading his crew to success!
Today in crew, we continued to develop our handwriting and showed we were working hard to get smart by – sitting our letters on the line, forming them from the correct starting point and ensuring our letters are of a consistent size. We then voted as a crew who had made the most progress to win the magic handwriting pen 🖊️
Leo won today, even though he voted for someone else ♥️ which also shows just how kind he is.
During our crew session this morning, we continued looking at road safety and the importance of crossing the road safely with an adult. We thought about the safest places to cross and the clothes we should be wearing when we are out and about in the community. We had some great discussions and role play ⚠️🛣️
Today we explored what it means to be a good neighbour in our community.
We collaborated with our partners to think about good choices we could make in our communities rather than the suggested scenarios. We all made pledges to ensure we are showing kindness to our neighbours.
In crew today we have been learning about the importance of keeping ourselves online. This is an aspect we have spoke about before as it is essential that we conduct ourselves responsibility online. We thought about how to keep smart online and if we were worried about something then we ~ stop, close and tell someone. We were able to identify some of the issues that we may encounter online and how important it is to speak to others. We then created some posters with ideas of how to stay safe online.
Crew Godley have been working really hard this week to measure weight, comparing objects using the vocabulary heavier and lighter. We had great fun estimating and challenging ourselves and others to weigh accurately ⚖️
Continuing with our anti bullying work this week in crew, we have looked at positive relationships. We’ve explored who we can talk to and trust. We discussed how important it is that we can build positive relationships with adults. This could be a family member, a carer, a teacher or another trusted adult who makes us feel safe. We now know that if we are feeling sad, upset or nervous we can share that with someone who we trust.