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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.

Summer 2

145 children are getting a go on the bouncy obstacle course as their treat this half term for staying on Good to be Green.  the children all enjoyed an ice lolly to cool down afterwards!

95 children received an Evergreen certificate for staying on Green all year!

Well done everybody.

Summer 1

We had 148 children on GTBG today!

The children made a sandwich and a biscuit treat then walked down to the vicarage garden and had juice and crisps along with the rest of their afternoon tea. They had games in the sunshine and everyone had a wonderful time. Thank you to Jeremy the vicar from St. Georges' church for letting us come to the garden and all the teaching staff who helped.

Spring 2

138 children received certificates this morning to celebrate staying on Green all half term.

KS1 had a hunt around the playground for little chicks, rabbits, carrots and eggs! Everyone received a bag of chocolate eggs afterwards to enjoy!!

KS2 did a scavenger hunt using the ipads to gather evidence. They worked in groups of 4 outside. Others decorated a little bag to take home their shredded wheat nests and eggs which they made as part of their activity in the afternoon.

Spring 1

147 children received certificates.

The children made, decorated and baked cookies which they ate at the end. They played games with Mike. The children enjoyed working in mixed year groups.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Autumn 2

128 children received certificates and watched an animation of The Christmas Carol in Church with popcorn.

Autumn 1

135 children received certificates from Years 1-6 and in the afternoon on the last day of term, KS1 enjoyed creating with Hama beads and then "building a bonfire" on a biscuit with Matchmakers and orange and red icing sugar!
KS2 also did the bonfire biscuit but they also toasted marshmallows and created stick people using natural resources found in the ECO area. The rain held off and we all had a great time.