Karys has worked hard to summarise her understanding of some of the children’s rights. She has also thought about the right to your own beliefs and what this means for her.
There has been some lovely learning based on the article of the week activities on Google classroom this week.
This month’s right of the month is article 38- the right to be protected from war and to live with the freedoms of peace time. We have been learning about VE day in school last week and will continue to learn about the world wars and what our lives are like because of it. Feel free to send any of your drawings, writing or comments about this article to your Google classroom or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lily had some interesting thoughts when looking at the article of the week activities this week. Her ideas were spot on and a good place to start in thinking about how this article can link to your own experiences.
We all have the right to learn, play and be happy. Today the children in Foundation stage and KS1 made and painted bunting ready for a special VE Day celebration tomorrow. We also had a go at writing some adventure stories today.
We have been celebrating VE day this week by making bunting and cooking pancakes. We are learning what food was like during war time and what is was like to cook when there weren’t many ingredients available. We all have fhe right to a safe and happy environment, to be able to go to school and have an education and to be able to have access to food and water. We are realising how lucky we are to have these things without the fear of war. Thank you to those who fought for our rights.
Reece and Carly have been teaching everyone how to skip today. Its a great way of keeping your heart healthy!