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Good to be Green

Good to be Green is part of our Behaviour Policy. Each half term those children who have stayed stayed in the green zone every day for the whole half term, are rewarded. These treats are varied and have included: a dvd with popcorn, trip to the park with ice lollies, cooking, forest school activities, making scarecrows and toasting marshmallows.

Good to be Green - Summer 2

156 children received certificates this half term to celebrate staying on GREEN.

The wet weather meant we had to change plans from our games and tea party so we had a movie day and watched Beauty and the Beast and enjoyed crisps and juice as we watched!!

Good to be Green - Summer 1

159 children received certificates for Good to be Green!  Reception are included in this number but they were out on a trip so didn't join in the sports carousel!!

We had mixed groups from years 1-6 doing a selection of activities outside with a drink stop and an ice lolly at the end. We all moved on after 5 minutes so it was fast and furious!

Thanks to everyone who helped.

Good to be Green - Spring 2

125 children received their certificates and enjoyed time outside doing a hunt for eggs, chicks, rabbits and carrots plus chocolate eggs. They also made and coloured an Easter basket and made a chocolate nest with chocolate eggs to go inside it .We had a lovely afternoon- despite a heavy shower of rain at the end!!

Thanks to all the staff who helped on the day to make it special.

Good to be Green - Spring 1

The children watched the film the Secret Life of Pets and and they had a break inbetween with juice and popcorn. They had a lovely afternoon and 116 children took part. Well done everyone!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Good to be Green Autumn 2

113 children got GTBG this time and that's just years 1-6.

The infants played games, did hama beads and  did a Fairtrade 'Build an igloo' challenge. They also iced and decorated star shaped biscuits.

KS2 had 3 groups which rotated. They did hama beads or played football/basketball, used the ipads or played boardgames. 

Good to be Green - Autumn 1

102 children received their Good to be Green certificate. Their reward was making leaf art and decorating a huge branch of a tree which has been hung in the hall.

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