This week in school has been Rights Respecting week. We have been learning all about what our rights are and why they are so important. We have been thinking about refugees and how sometimes they are denied their rights. We have talked about how it would feel to leave our countries and start all over again. We thought about the things we would miss the most and the most important things we would want to take with us. We enjoyed creating our own 'leave now' rucksacks, where we said what we would want to take and also words to describe how we would feel.
This half term, Year 3 have completed their Practical Pedestrian training. The training consisted of 2 classroom sessions and 4 outdoor sessions. Supervised by adults, the children learnt how to choose safer places to cross the road, how to cross safely near parked cars and how to cross safely at junctions.
Year 3 have learnt so much throughout their training and the safety trainers and Mrs Gardner were very impressed with all of the children!