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St Paul's Catholic Primary School
A Voluntary Academy
Aspire not have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero
We have been exploring resilience in our PSHE sessions and thinking of different ways to communicate our emotions. It’s important to know the words needed to talk about how we feel.
The Year fours joined the Year fives for move-up afternoon. They got to know each other by playing games and they the year six presented a talk to them , about what it’s like in Brunel Class.
At Barnswood camp we had to work in teams in different ways to achieve goals.
In our Artis session, we had to work in teams to create physical sculptures, to communicate stories visually. It was tricky because we couldn’t talk to each other and our sculptures needed to have a theme.
We thought about ourselves as whole global beings, considering who we are, our roles and relationships.We wrote the words that we felt defined these areas, onto spectacles, which we made and wore.
We developed our fruity thinking by exploring the TEAR model. We identified which were healthy/unhealthy thoughts-emotions-actions-reactions-.
We had to work in teams to plan and make props for our Christmas Performance. Here is the church where the carol, Silent Night, was written.
We spent lots of time on the first day of term getting to know our new class mates.