2020 - 2021
During the Autumn term our classes chose activities for their pro-social behaviour rewards.
The purple text highlights those that have already been earned and completed.
|Year Group||Reward 1||Reward 2||Reward 3||Reward 4|
Drawing pictures for our friends in Uzimatele, Gituamba which is in Nairobi, Kenya.
|Buy some flowers for our office staff in school.|
Sending books to our friends in
Uzimatele, Gituamba which is in Nairobi, Kenya
|Picking flowers from our courtyard for someone in school who helps us.||Buying life-changing chickens and bees gift from Oxfam, linked our Global Value - Sustainability.|
|Year 1||Topaz – making Christmas decorations for Darwin Manor residents||Adopted an elephant (named by the class as Pom Pom) through WWF|
|Year 2||Weeding the outside area / decorating for Christmas to bring joy to the families||Making cards to cheer someone up.||Adopted a tiger, linked to David Attenborough, (Courageous Advocate) and Sustainability (Global Value)|
|Year 3||Writing stories for our friends in Uzimatele.|
|Year 4||Making games to send to Gituamba||Planting a house plant for each class.||Sponsored a polar bear through WWF.||Make a music video for our partner schools|
|Year 5||Tidy Up/Litter Pick/Weeding School Grounds||Record a video for Uzimatele|
|Year 6||Planting/sponsoring a tree||Sponsored a Tiger - WWF||Picking something from Jimmy’s shelter Amazon wish list||Adopted a Giant Panda through WWF|
As a result of filling up our pro-social jar with marbles, Year 5 decided to send a video to our link school, Uzimatele, about how to play Canton Ball. We also sent a video showing the Easter cards we made and an update of how we did our learning during lockdown and how we transitioned back into the classroom.
We were delighted to receive the cards pictured in response to our videos.
Opal Class have adopted a tiger! After filling their pro-social marble jar, Opal class decided that they wanted to help save the planet by adopting a tiger. Donating to the WWF helps to protect this endangered species and support crucial conservation work.