5.6.20 Behaviour & Rules

Good morning Year 4,

Welcome to Friday – our final session on Behaviour & Rules!

Thought Points:

  • What are our 5 usual School Rules?
  • What is our lucky 6th Rule?
  • Why is keeping each other and everyone around us safe at all times important usually, but in particular at this time?
  • What can we do to always keep each other safe?

Activity

Today, you are going to complete a quiz all about behaviour and our school rules!!

Ready…set…GO!

  1. What are our 6 school rules?
  2. What are our rules usually placed on around the school? What shape?
  3. What rewards can we get in school if we behave well?
  4. What happens if we misbehave?
  5. How will someone feel if everyone around them isn’t following the school rules?
  6. Why do we have rules?
  7. Why are rules important?
  8. What actions can we do each day to make sure we are keeping ourselves and everyone around us safe?

I wonder if you can get all of the answers!

Take care,

The Year 4 Team 🙂

4.6.20 Behaviour & Rules

Good morning Year 4, I hope you enjoyed yesterday’s session and creating your snappy posters 🙂

Today, we are going to write a letter to someone who is younger than us, to explain to them:

  • Why do we have rules?
  • Why are rules important?
  • How rules keep us safe
  • What we can do to play our part in keeping everyone safe

Thought points:

  • Where do rules exist?
  • What would school be like if we didn’t have any rules to follow?
  • Why do we have rules?
  • What would happen if we broke the rules?
  • What happens when we follow the rules? Do we get rewarded?

Activity

Use the features in the picture below to help you. You are going to write a letter to a friend or a family member who is younger than you. Your letter will explain to the recipient (person receiving the letter):

  • Why we have rules
  • Why rules are important
  • How rules keep us safe
  • What we can do to keep ourselves and others safe
Format For A Letter To A Friend - Edit, Fill, Sign Online | Handypdf
The different parts of a letter to include

We look forward to seeing your wonderful letters!

Take care,

The Year 4 Team

3.6.20 Behaviour & Rules

Today, we are going to focus in particular on our new lucky 6th rule:

We always keep everyone safe

Think points:

  • What does the word ‘safe’ mean to you? Where do you feel most safe?
  • Why is it important to always help keep ourselves and each other safe?
  • Can you think of any examples where you think you have done something to keep yourself or another person safe?
  • Do you think keeping each other safe is kind or unkind? Why?
  • How will we feel if not everyone follows this 6th rule?
  • Are we responsible for our actions? Are we responsible for keeping ourselves and each other safe?

Watch this song for some ideas to how we can keep everyone safe during this time:

Can you think of any other things we are doing at the moment to keep ourselves and everyone around us safe?

Activity

You are going to create a fun and snappy poster telling everyone to keep safe. It’s up to you how you lay your poster out and what key information you include but here are some ideas:

  • A short, snappy title
  • Pictures to show what actions we can do
  • Key information about how we can keep everyone safe (what we need to do regularly each day)
  • Key WOW words which stand out to help us remember what to do
  • Bright colours to help our posters stand out

We look forward to seeing your posters, remember to email them in to us 🙂

Take care,

The Year 4 Team

2.6.20 Behaviour & Rules

Good morning Year 4,

I hope you all found the activities yesterday useful, and helpful in preparing you for the transition from home learning back to school (whenever that may be!).

What are the school rules? What’s our new lucky 6th rule?

Watch this video:

Have a think about these questions:

  1. What would happen if everyone didn’t keep their hands and feet to themselves?

2. What would happen if no one respected or took care of everything in school? 

3. What would happen if everyone was unkind to each other? 

4. What would happen if everyone was lazy and didn’t try their hardest? 

5. What would happen if everyone didn’t listen to adults and each other?

6. What would happen if we didn’t always keep everyone safe and play our part? 

Activity

Draw a picture to show what you think School looks like when everyone follows the school rules.

Then, you can draw emoji pictures to show how you feel when everyone follows the school rules.

We can’t wait to see your spectacular pictures!

Take care,

The Year 4 team 🙂

1.6.20 Behaviour & Rules

Hello Year 4,

This week, we are reminding ourselves of our school rules and the behaviours we need to remember & apply in school. It is important that we keep reminding ourselves of the school rules even if we are not at school, because following rules and behaving correctly is important all the time. We have to follow rules wherever we are, in all different environments.

Think about these questions:

  1. What is good behaviour?
  2. What does good behaviour look like?
  3. What are the 5 school rules that we have always known and followed?

We now have a lucky 6th rule: “We always keep everyone safe”

What does this rule mean to you?

Over the past 11 weeks, what have we been doing to keep ourselves and our families safe?

Watch this video: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/pshe-ks1-ks2-why-should-i-be-good/zmbrkmn

  1. Why should we be good? Why is it important to follow rules and listen?
  2. What happens when we don’t follow the rules? Do we get in trouble?

Activity:

You are going to create your own stars. On one side of the star, you will write one of the school rules and on the other side of the star you are going to write or draw an example of what we can do to follow that rule.

For example: on one side you can write “We always keep everyone safe” and on the other side, you can draw a picture of 2 people standing 2 meters apart.

Remember to comment or email in examples of your stars to us. We cannot wait to see what fantastic examples you come up with!

Take care,

The Year 4 Team