In this post:
- Technology on Tuesdays
- Cheese Rolls
- 'Positive behaviour for learning' focus this week
- ShowQuest, save the date Monday May 17th
- Photo Gallery
It has been great to see the children so organised for technology on Tuesdays by arriving at school by 8:30. Occasionally parents are dropping children directly to South Intermediate. The team at South have requested that our children all arrive together on the bus. We realise a small group needs to be dropped off after a band session. All children who do not arrive with the main group on the bus must check-in at the South office when they arrive.
Please keep those cheese roll orders coming in. We are up to 157 dozen and would love to hit at least 300 dozen. I have extended the due date for orders to this Sunday. We appreciate those of you who have made the extra effort by contacting people beyond your immediate family to gather orders. My fingers are crossed that there are still a few big orders to come in.
Many thanks to those who have offered to help with this fundraiser. We are still in need of support, especially for the morning session on our making day, Thursday April 8th, ordering supplies and loaning equipment - chopping boards and electric knives. Please fill in this form if you can help.
Positive Behaviour for Learning
Every week we spend four short discussion-based sessions with the children on PB4L. What we focus on reflects the needs we identify within the group. We thought it would be helpful for you to be aware of what we are talking about so that you can back the messages up at home. Getting there together does make a big difference!
This week we have explored:
- What happens when others make a joke about something you feel insecure about? We unpacked vulnerability and shared some insecurities.
- Apologising and what makes a meaningful and sincere apology. A genuine apology includes a change in behaviour alongside the words "I'm sorry."
Other iconic clothing from any of the featured decades
|One of our PE options this term is ultimate frisbee. One aspect of this game that is particularly empowering is the self-refereeing by the teams as they play.|
|Love this image that was taken in our passion photography session last week, when we were learning about how to take action shots.|
|A small group of our seniors are helping with miniball this term. We have heard wonderful feedback about their positive leadership.|