The children at Bellinge have been learning about empathy. They made empathy glasses, listened to a story about empathy called ‘The Giving Tree’ and made thoughtful little pictures to decorate our own class tree. The children talked about and learned why it is important to think about others’ and their feelings.
Reception children took part in their first Drama for Learning activity this week called Digital Video Clips and Rolling Theatre. They acted out different jobs people used to have a long time ago when they lived in a Castle and performed as a class.
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Last week the children on Bellinge Campus met a new character – Jigsaw Jenie who is helping the children learn about themselves, feelings and relationships as part of our PSHE curriculum. This week was all about achieving something challenging and to keep on trying until you succeed. I am pleased to say all children in the class enthusiastically took on Jigsaw Jenie’s Zip Challenge of doing up their coat zips by themselves. And after 2 weeks nearly all children can now do this independently. One less thing for you to have to do for them mums and dads!
On Wednesday the Year 5 children at Bellinge came to Reception class to listen to them read their stage book. Reception class then enjoyed listening to a story told by their Year 5 buddy. All the children really enjoyed the experience and it was lovely for them to get to know the older children in school.
Today we met Jenie a brand new teddy who is helping us learn to talk confidently in front of others and calm down during quiet time in the classroom.
Jenie helped Class 1 talk about situations we find tricky such as getting changed for PE and overcoming tricky situations during gymnastics. We enjoyed sharing our ideas with each other and listening to others.