In RE, the children have been focusing on the disposition ‘Living by Rules’. In their last lesson they were required to look at the Ten Commandments from the book of Exodus in the Bible and the Ten Conditions of Bai’at from the Ahmadiyya faith. With these rules the children had to decide if they could group any together based on similarities between faiths or if any needed to be alone because they were different to all the others.
Today is World Mental Health Day. In year 6, we started the morning with a lovely video of Ant and Dec introducing World Mental Health Day to us and explaining how important it is for us to talk to people if we are feeling low or worried.
We then completed an activity sorting behaviours into three distinct categories: mental health, physical health or both.
In PSHE, the children in year 6 have been recapping the PANTS rules which help keep us all safe. The children remembered the rules from their previous learning really well and could talk about how they helped to keep people safe. As part of this lesson, we looked at a number of different scenarios in small groups. For each scenario the children had to discuss which PANTS rule was being broken, and what the character could say or do next. The children were all very sensible and gave very good advice to each of the characters and knew exactly what should be done to help them in each scenario.