As a special treat, Y1 and Y2 were invited down to Park Academy to complete some Multi Skills activites for the afternoon.
We had lots of fun, trying out lots of different activities and working together in teams.
Thank you to the adults who came to help us and Craig Malkin for organising it. We can’t wait for the next time!
This week, Miss Varley had an extra special surprise for us. For our PE session, we got to work with Ash from the Sheffield United Community Foundation.
He taught us for to dribble and pass between a short distance and by the end of the session, we were able to put these skills to the test when we split into 4 teams and had a game of fottball against each other.
We can’t wait for our next session with Ash.
‘Little steps… Big control’
This week, we have been learning all about how to keep safe. We moved around the different classrooms and learnt about safety in different ways from all of the KS1 teachers.
First we went to work with Miss Duddle and we were learning all about how to keep safe with our bodies. Exercise is very important to keep us fit and healthy. We also learnt about eating the right kinds of foods to help us to keep fit and healthy.
Next we went to work with Miss Mason and she taught us about how to keep safe in school and around the house.
After that, we went to work with Mrs Wells and learnt what we need to do in an emergency. We used role play to act out different scenarios.
Finally we worked with Miss Varley to learn all about fire safety. We learnt that there are good and bad types of fire. We practised how to STOP, DROP and ROLL if we were ever in a situation where our clothes were on fire and then we worked together as a class to create some fire safety rules. These are proudly displayed in the classroom. Have a look next time you come in.
How to continue the learning at home:
- Speak to your child about how to stay safe around the home.
- What are the differences between good and bad fire?
Today we had a very special treat for PE. A man called Gareth from British Judo came to run a judo session for us.
First, we moved around the map which was called a dojo. We were careful not to touch each other as we were moving around.
Then Gareth showed us some special moves and he choose a volunteer from the class to help him.
Finally we got to have a go with a partner. We had the best time!
- Only do judo moves in a dojo.
- Judo does not kick, punch or hurt anyone.
- If you would like to learn more about judo, look out for the letters coming home tonight.