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Our Autumn Topic is Space

Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars.

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Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 5
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Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 7
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 8
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 9
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 10
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 11
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 12
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 13
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 14
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 15
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 16
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 17
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 18
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 19
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 20
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 21
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 22
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 23
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 24
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 25
Our Peter Thorpe Space Pictures-they were turned into calendars. 26
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Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game. Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T

Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 1
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 2
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 3
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 4
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 5
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 6
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 7
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 8
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 9
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 10
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 11
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 12
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 13
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 14
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 15
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 16
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 17
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 18
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 19
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 20
Year 6 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors working with pupils from Year 4 and 5. They went through a series of activities and discussions to help them understand and identify different kinds of bullying and how it can affect people. The activities included: Agree/Disagree and the Toothpaste Game.  Agree/Disagree is a situation where scenarios are read out; pupils then have to move without discussing it or copying a friend whether they agree it's bullying or not. Why people chose Agree or Disagree is later discussed. The Toothpaste Game is where words that might be harmful are written on paper. The challenge then is to try and get those words back into the tube. Unfortunately they can't. T 21

Our Spring Topic is Crime and Punishment

Year 6 Spring Curriculum Letter

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