This weekend Rishi said he would like to use initiative and make his favourite breakfast i.e. pancakes . He did most of the work from sifting the flour to mixing the mixture and even flipping the pancake , although not all of it turned out great , but he did use his initiative to do all the work . He really enjoyed it .
Are you up for a challenge? Following on from Mrs Whinnett’s PSHE lesson on initiative, you have been set the challenge of showing us how you use your initiative outside school. Ask someone to take a photo of you to show us how you have completed the challenge and add it to this post with a description of what you did.
Don’t wait to be told – be a Self starter!
A HUGE thank you for all the gifts and lovely messages. I have had a wonderful year with your amazing boys; I am going to miss them so much! Have a brilliant Summer holiday… x
Thank you so much for all of your kind wishes and generous gifts. I was totally overwhelmed this morning (and unable to speak to say thank you!). I have loved teaching your sons and watching them grow and develop this year. They are a super bunch of boys and I will miss them all! It’s also been a real privilege to teach alongside Mrs Cortes, Mrs Rose and Mrs Owens – they are amazing and I will also miss them terribly!
Have a wonderful summer and thank you once again!
With best wishes, Emma O’Brien
Over half term the boys were asked to create a persuasive, factual presentation about an endangered animal of their choice. The year group would then vote for their favourite animal to be sponsored through the WWF. I have been so impressed by the amount of research completed, quality and organisation of facts (posters and PowerPoint presentations) and passionate deliveries.
It was a very close vote but Year 3 has decided to sponsor the giant panda (3R) and the Amur leopard (3CO).
Well done to everyone! Outstanding effort!