23/11/2013 at 9:53 AM
“My actions show others that I care about them,” is this weeks Ethos Statement and builds on to the ideas we have been exploring this half term about “Getting on and falling out.”
In our assembly we will share the story, “The Smartest Giant in Town,” by Julia Donaldson. Many of the children know the story and 1GJ have just been doing the story in Literacy, so it will really help us to think about the actions the giant took to help the characters he met in the story. (Click on the Thinking Videos page to see the story.)
Last week we sang the two part song, “Will you be a friend to me,” and we will sing this again, along with a new song called, “Build up.”
Here are the words to the song, “Build up.”
Every word you say, every game you play, every silly face, every single place, you can build up, 1,2,3,4,5….. or you can tear down.
Every joke you tell, every name you spell, every where you go, every one you know,you can build up, 1,2,3,4,5….. or you can tear down.
Every song you sing, every bell you ring, every thing you spend, every special friend, you can build up, 1,2,3,4,5….. or you can tear down.
Chorus – Build up one another, Build up your sisters and brothers, Build up one another…. Build up.
02/11/2013 at 11:03 AM
Every Monday we have an assembly at KS1 which introduces Ethos Statement for the week. This half term, I will try and share the main elements of the assembly on our blog too.
The SEAL theme for this half term is – Getting on and falling out.
This weeks Ethos Statement is
We will be thinking about what ‘RESPECT means and how we can show respect.
We will watch these 2 videos as part of the assembly.
Learning to be ‘respectful’ helps us to achieve several parts of the Farsley Farfield Learning Hive. Which elements do you think being respectful is part of?
As part of our weekly SEAL assemblies the children also always join together and sing some songs with positive messages in their lyrics and they also take a moment to reflect on the messages being shared in the assembly.