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Wednesday 24.6.2020.

Literacy Challenge: Watch the story presentation and complete the reading comprehension.

Maths Challenges

Topic: Broomwood Values - Respect

 

Explain that respect is part of our British values as well as our school core values.

Ask your child: What is  respect?

Discuss that respect is  a feeling or understanding that someone or something is important or serious and should be treated in an appropriate way. It can be a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something caused by their abilities, qualities, or achievements.

 

Today we are going to look at different ways of showing respect.

Look at the Presentation: Respect in the classroom.

You will notice that not only should you treat people with respect but that you too should be treated with respect. 

 

You need to look after yourself and consider your own feelings to ensure you are safe and happy and feel confident to reach your potential and achieve your dreams. 

 

Respect plays a huge part in this if you are not treated with respect, if people are rude or ignore you it is easy to begin to doubt yourself. 

 

You are important you do deserve to be treated with respect.

Draw a picture of you in your book to illustrate the ways in which you could be respected. Then explain your drawing by writing a sentence underneath.

#ThisIsPE - Coordination with ball skills

Story Time: The story of the little mole who knew it was none of his business

The story of the little mole who knew it was none of his business This is the story about the little mole who wanted to know - who done it? It all began one ...

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