This week’s health and wellbeing focus is e-safety with the theme of gaming.
Follow this link to find two e-safety activities from CEOP to help your child stay safe online when playing games online: https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/globalassets/thinkuknow/documents/thinkuknow/parents/pdf/thinkuknow-8-10s-home-activity-sheet-8.pdf
If you would like to find out more about how you can keep your child safe online, Parent Zone are holding interactive live stream workshops for parents throughout the summer where you can find out how to use technology safely at home and ask questions about online safety. Visit Parent Zone for more details: https://parentzone.org.uk/be-internet-legends-parent-sessions
Next week will be our last celebration of learning post.
Thank you to everyone who has taken part in our celebration of learning posts.
Akkil has developed great interest for origami and made a few items. His latest one is nunchucks. Ivonne created a poster about the first Olympics. Hansika has created a presentation on the Olympics and paralympics. Hemakshi has created a poster about the Olympics.
Ben has written a letter to Usain Bolt. Ana has written to Lee Pearson.
Shravya’s has created a drawing of a Licat (a combination of Lion and Cat) and a story of cute cat. Mugdha has made a Space Shuttle. Riya has enjoyed learning about circuits this week and has built a simple circuit containing a battery, switch and light bulb.
Emily really loved the science this week where she was looking at conductors and insulators. Tia has planted some yellow pepper seeds. She has also been baking cupcakes. Ben is really pleased with a runner bean, which he has been growing.