If you and your child made a donation for our Wear Red Day. At the time of writing this message, we raised £170.71 – thank you. It was great seeing the different creative styles pupils added to their uniform today!
Living and learning
Living and Learning is our name for Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) and other provision which helps to support the personal development of children at Scholes (Elmet) Primary.
Each week, we have a different Living and Learning theme – check out our Calendar to read about each week’s theme (it’s usually showing on each Monday). This week’s theme has been I know how to seek help.
We all need to seek help from time to time. Make sure your child knows it’s ok to ask for help. Explore different situations when you and your child might both need to seek help. What could the situation be (friendships, online problems, tricky situations when out and about…)? Who could they seek help from? How would they do it?
Linked to this week’s theme is STOP. Here at Scholes (Elmet) Primary, STOP stands for two things to do bullying:
- the definition: hurting someone physically or emotionally Several Times On Purpose
- the solution: Start Telling Other People
Remind your child of the STOP acronyms.
Watch us while we work
Thanks to all who came along last Friday for the second of our Watch Us While We Work sessions. Thanks also to the parents who completed our new online form for their feedback.
It was a really engaging session. The children all seemed happy and it felt like a lovely environment.
The class was well organised, the activities were engaging and it was great to see the children enjoying their lessons.
We really appreciate your suggestions for improvement, too. They included longer sessions (although some other people comment the sessions were the right length!), and varying the days for these (which we try to do – last week’s was the first we’ve held on a Friday).
A quick reminder…
If you’ve got any new contact details for you or other contacts, please remember to let us know. We need up-to-date details for the people on our lists in case of emergencies. (The people on our lists are the ones you gave us when your child school – in most cases, this will be three different people.)
If you’re a parent in Reception, please do complete our short survey. Your feedback is really important to us. the survey’s open for another week.
Finally, in case you missed it, have a read of the first news article from our Scholes journalists, Louie, Jimmy and Zara.
We hope you have a happy and healthy weekend, whatever you get up to.