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The power of positive thought

Posted on: 02 Feb 2015 by Weston Green School | Category: Key Stage 2, Year 5

In PSHE year 5 have been thinking about role models - people like Bradley Wiggins, Johnny Wilkinson, Gareth Bates, Mary Berry and Francesca Jones. They have discussed why they admire these people and what qualities they all have in common - such as resilience, determination, and focus. They really enjoyed talking about their heroes, but even more they enjoyed finding positive attributes in their classmates.

 

Each child contributed a positive comment to a certificate of outstanding achievement, and then were thrilled to receive their own certificate. As they read the comments, such as “a brilliant and loyal friend” and “a great friend I can always trust”, their smiles broadened as they realised how much their friends appreciated them. The certificates have now gone home where they will no doubt take pride of place on their bedroom wall!

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