Today Megan read our story ‘Mr Creep the Crook’ to the class for our British Values afternoon.
We then discussed why it’s important to have rules and laws in our country and how there are consequences for our actions, just like there were for Mr Creep in our class text.
We finished by singing our British values song to remind of us about all of our British Values.
We chose Joe for helping a friend. He was very kind and did well to think of others .
Jasmine showed democracy when deciding what game her friends could play.
Well done Jasmine!
This week we chose Seth.
We chose Seth because he shows Mutual Respect and Democracy everyday.
British Values Afternoon
This afternoon Year Two learnt about ‘Individual Liberty’, one of our British Values. We read the book ‘Dogs don’t do ballet’ and this inspired us to write our own stories about individual liberty.
We wrote our own stories and these were some of the titles:’Tigers don’t play tennis’ and ‘Dolphins don’t play football’. Lexas wrote a story called ‘Penguins don’t play football’ and Isabelle wrote ‘Cats don’t do swimming.’ Here they are!
Ethan showed the Rule of Law by ensuring all the other children are following the class rules.
He is a great role model!
Our British Values Champion for week ending the 3rd of November was Gracie. She always makes sure things are fair and listens to everyone. Well done. 😀