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Intent, Implementation and Impact

June 2022. Celebrating British values by receiving and running with the Commonwealth Games baton. The whole school came out to touch and get a glimpse of the relay baton going around Lancashire. We can't wait to celebrate with our British athletes later in the year.

Year 1 have been learning how to work as part of a team, by successfully completing large jigsaws in small groups. .

⚠⚠⚠ STOP, LOOK, LISTEN, THINK! ⚠⚠⚠ During our trip to the park, Class R put into practise everything we have learned about crossing the road safely. Great job children!

Year 3 have been learning all about how to keep our bodies and minds healthy. We loved meeting Harold and Karen from the life bus.

Year 2 have been thinking all about feelings. We enjoyed our visit from the 'Life Bus!'

EYFS- Celebrating Baba Marta- The Bulgarian festival of Grandmother March. Baba Marta is the name of a mythical figure who brings with her the end of the cold winter and the beginning of the spring. Her holiday of the same name is celebrated in Bulgaria on March 1.Luiza came to school with a Martenitsi bracelet on. The colour red represents health and the colour white represents strength and happiness. We made our own bracelets. When you see the first sign of spring- a bud on a tree or a new flower, you hang your bracelet onto it and it brings luck for new life and warmer weather.

Pictures of our Jobs Junction careers fair. We invited different businesses and workers from different jobs to discuss their careers.

Year 1 have been learning about a Bulgarian traditional holiday called Baba Marta. The children have made red and white Martenista. The red is a symbol of strength, purity and happiness. The white is a symbol of health.

Year 5 had a visit from Corey at Fleetwood Town FC. He came to talk to us about the Rainbow Laces campaign and how sport should be for everyone.

Mrs McGough came to speak to us about LGBTQ+ History Month. We shared how different all of our families are and talked about what we can do to make a difference in changing the world to be more respectful of others and accepting of diversity.

In year 6 we have focussed on all the positive physical, emotional and social aspects of our lives. We have created a feel good factor about ourselves.

'The Perfect Fit' by Naomi Jones... We absolutely adore this book in Class R! It is all about finding where 'Triangle' belongs. We have learned that you don't have to be the same as everyone else to fit in. We are all the same, but different at the same time. We can all be friends and have fun together- It can be our differences that make things more fun!

In Year 6 we have thinking about our inner and outer self.

Year 3 have discussed how we are all different and how wonderful this is, we then drew our own self portrait!

Year 2 have made a friendship web and have been speaking about how important it is to be a good friend x