Hope you had a fantastic week and filled lots of buckets. Here are a few photos and videos from today. I’ll add more as I get them.
As you all know, we are focusing on how we are all very different, however each and every one of us is equal and should be treated the same. We are focusing on filling buckets and being kind to each other. Someone in assembly came up with a wonderful definition; ‘always treat others as you would like people to treat you’. We think that sums it up perfectly…
Please check out the video at the bottom of this post.
Also, please post what ever makes you unique.
Here are some fabulous technology projects that Nuria and Marc have created in their free time. Nuria’s has created a great game using Scratch (block based coding) and Marc’s is using a text based coding language Python! Very adventurous! A purple form for both of them.
Look who sent a photo for the blog!
Grace and Luca are having a fantastic time in Bangkok, but missing all their friends here at Caxton. They send a massive hello from the other side of the world to all their friends and teachers (especially Ms Climent, who Grace said was amazing). If you know any of their friends in secondary please show it to them (or children lower down the school). Post a message or question to them here. Also, Grace – you can post here too and tell us all about your adventures. I hope you are all having a fabulous time. I love Bangkok,
Our focus on having a positive attitude towards life has gone wonderfully well and almost everyone now seems to be very positive, polite and are filling buckets to the brim!
So, now we are moving on to our second core value to focus on – Respect.
Please share your ideas and let’s see how many we get! You can choose one or all five.
Here is a very proud Pati with the very first purple form of the year! She wrote an excellent diary entry about Kiwi, the Y5D class mascot. Well done Pati and I’m sure we’ll see you with lots more as the year progresses. A perfect and very positive start to Y5!
Have you ever felt that your book is just so wonderful that you’ve found it hard to put it down? If so, then please let us know on here. Many of you had some fantastic recommendations on Friday in assembly, so post them here. Tell us about you favourite books and why you think other children would like to read them. A purple form for the best ones!
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