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Respect@WLD Respect Learning Respect Students Respect Staff Respect the Community Respect your Environment Respect Yourself
BASICS@WLD • On time for lessons, respect for learning. • Perfect uniform in every lesson. • Come in quietly. Sit down in your correct seat. • Equipment out – pen, pencil, ruler, planner and homework. • Starter activity – no wasted time. • Silent learning, listening to instructions. • Quiet signal - quiet if the teacher raises their hand • Put your hand up if you have a question. • Uniform correct before leaving the lesson. • End of the lesson, stand behind your chair and wait to be dismissed for an orderly exit.
Form Time Programme Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Equipment & Word of the Week Thought for the Week – PSHE Planner and Classcharts Learn it Challenge Assembly Equipment & Indigo Word of the Week Thought for the Week – PSHE Planner and Classcharts Assembly Learn it Challenge Red Equipment & Word of the Week Thought for the Week – PSHE Assembly Planner and Classcharts Learn it Challenge Yellow Planner and Classcharts Assembly Equipment & Word of the Week Thought for the Week – PSHE Learn it Challenge Assembly Equipment & Word of the Week Thought for the Week – PSHE Planner and Classcharts Learn it Challenge Blue 7
National Youth Parliament votes - You have spoken and these are your most important issues UK TOPICS DEVOLVED TOPICS Environment – 30% Curriculum for life – 15% Votes at 16 – 15% Child poverty – 8% Hate crime – 24% Mental health – 26% Childs rights – 19% Street harrassment – 4% Refugees – 12% Knife crime – 47%
For safeguarding reasons these areas are out of bounds from today �Front of school, including area outside D 14 �Car parks round to the back of the Sports Hall �The trees on the far side of bus path next to Cottage Lane �Between the astroturf and the houses �In the woods �Within 5 metres of any boundary or fence �Main change – no student is to enter D Block or line up outside D 14, front of D Block
Week Two: 7 th October 2019 Definition: 1. showing an ability to understand share the feelings of another. Empathetic adjective Characteristics: Examples: 1. The teacher was empathetic towards her students. 2. The Blackburn Rovers' fans were empathetic following their defeat of PNE. Synonyms: Perceptive Sensitive Considerate gentle Antonyms: Insensitive Inconsiderate Thoughtless Unthinking
Discuss and give an example. Think of time in which you have acted in an empathetic way. respectful Talk it through: The student was … in the way that he/she acted towards… I felt … towards the. . . showing an ability to understand share the feelings of another.
Learn it! Learn It! q. Add the word to the back of your planners. q. Practise spelling it – verbally with a partner. q. Tell your partner a sentence using the word. q. Remind yourselves of our examples from earlier in the week. Try and use this word in at least one lesson this week!
SAY #HELLOYELLOW AND SUPPORT CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S MENTAL HEALTH ON WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY.
#HELLOYELLOW #Hello Yellow is run by Young minds, a Mental Heath charity to raise funds but more importantly raise awareness of Young persons Mental health issues. Walton le Dale have Wellbeing Ambassadors, trained by Lancashire mind who have organised
YELLOW THEMED FOOD IN THE DINING ROOM Stickers Wear an item of yellow available clothing (with your uniform)that day and make at break and dinner a donation
PHOTO BOOTH – WEAR YELLOW AND MAKE A DONATION TO HAVE YOUR PHOTO TAKEN WITH FRIENDS All happening Thursday 10 th October
Amnesty Club Friday Lunch A 14, all welcome Teddy collection Do you have a Teddy you could donate for a child in poverty, a refugee or living in a child living in war zone? There are children around the world today who have suffered terrible trauma and need their childhoods back. Help to give a child comfort with this simple act by donating a teddy. • Please watch the following clip from Teddy Trust to see the amazing effects our Teddies can have. This one simple act of kindness can do so much. • Send your teddies to A 14 Miss Hill or 7 I. • https: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=We. Jb 57 QCBj. E
Wow! Look how committed your teachers are to you. They provide approximately 47 hours of extra-curricular activities per week. Show your commitment to them – get involved!