Class Teacher - Miss Holden
Hiya Class 2,
Random Acts of Kindness!
This week, we are thinking about random acts of kindness in an attempt to inspire kindness in unforeseen times. We would love to find out about the ways in which our children are spreading kindness - we have also included a list from Mental Health Foundation to inspire you.
1)Pick an item from the list below
3)Share the kindness by emailing me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will showcase your kind act in our class gallery.
Call a friend that you haven’t spoken to for a while
Tell a family member how much you love and appreciate them
Make a cup of tea for someone you live with
Arrange to have a cup of tea and virtual catch up with someone you know
Help with a household chore at home
Arrange to watch a film at the same time as a friend and video call
Tell someone you know that you are proud of them
Tell someone you know why you are thankful for them
Send a motivational text to a friend who is struggling
Send someone you know a joke to cheer them up
Send someone you know a picture of a cute animal
Write to a friend
Send an interesting article to a friend
Contact someone you haven’t seen in a while and arrange a phone catch up
Spend time playing with your pet
Reach out to call a friend, family member or neighbour who is experiencing loneliness or self-isolation
Donate to a charity
Arrange to have a video lunch with a friend
Send an inspirational story of kindness people around the world are doing for others to someone you know
Donate to a foodbank
Offer support to vulnerable neighbours
What other ideas can you think of?
Take care Class 2!
Miss Holden and Mrs Tomlinson
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On Tuesday, we went on our Winter walk to our local park. We had a look at the different trees and talked about how they had changed since our last walk in Autumn.
Thornton Hall Farm Trip
We all had a fantastic time on our school trip to the farm. We began our visit with a cup of hot chocolate whilst we all became little reindeers. We then moved to Santa's work shop where we made our own magic keys and then we had some time to write our own letters to Father Christmas. After that, we visited Father Christmas in his sleigh. During the afternoon, we had a tour of the farm and got to meet all the animals.
The children have settled well into life at Ightenhill Primary School. We are making friends and enjoying exploring the classrooms and outdoor area. We have also started to learn our letter sounds and numbers.