In English, Sophie was spotted as the pupil who constantly portrayed active listening throughout the lesson. For that, she has received a certificate to award her listening skills. Lots of other children were showing food listening skills but Sophie was the pupil who stood out for that lesson. Well done!
In cricket today, Cara, Jamie and Mohammed worked really well as a team and helped each other throughout the session. For that they have all received a certificate for showing one of our behaviours for learning.
Today we have been looking at the word ‘tolerance’ and being ‘tolerant’ but what do Year 5 think this word means?
Josh – Not having tolerance is being unkind to someone Jessica – Not understanding others
We gathered up our notes on what we thought being tolerant means, we then produced a short video clip showing an example of someone having tolerance for others.
Emily – Having tolerance is accepting others Fabian – Its accepting other and their differences Wana – It is being patient and understanding that others are different but we should all be treated the same
This week, Year 5 have been spending time getting to know their new Teacher Mr Johnston, new Teacher assistant Mr Koeri and the new students in their class. We have been learning about the importance of class values such as respect and teamwork and played a game of Tag Rugby to demonstrate that.
Here’s a video of the children demonstrating their teamwork and respect skills during Tag Rugby.
This month’s value word is friendship. Because of this, Kestrels class have been thinking of what makes a friend.
We realised it wasn’t just being nice to someone because we do this whether we are friends or not. It’s about really listening and doing things to make each other happy even if this means keeping them out of trouble.
We discussed that real friends don’t make you do things to stay friends. And that friendship doesn’t mean you always have to agree with everything.