19th November 2018

We started this week wearing odd socks. This was in support of Anti-bullying week. We thought about all the ways that positive behaviour was much nicer than anything negative.

We followed this by sharing two books about kindness, “Have you filled a bucket today?” and “The smartest Giant in town.” Our provision included a charity shop and lots of bucket activities. We also used the items of clothing that George the Giant gave away as activity starters.

We had great fun finding out about ice this week. The children were fascingated by the small ice cubes and how quickly they melted into a puddle of water. When we froze a much larger block of ice, it did the same but it melted much slower and developed a huge hole which we could drop our small world polar animals inside!

We finished the week by raising money for Children in Need. We got dressed up in spots, pudsey clothes and non-uniform and enjoyed a cookie that Mrs Parsons had made for us. Mr Beswarick thought we deserved an extra treat so delivered some special Pudsey balloons that everyone was delighted by. We have some very kind staff and families at Carr Hill. A big thank you to everyone!