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Day Five

Times Tables - one minute test (usual rules apply)

PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) - 

 

For the next couple of weeks, we will be thinking about how we can be responsible.

 

Being responsible means doing the things you are expected to do and  accepting the consequences of our actions.

 

We all have rights and responsibilities. For example:
In the UK, we all have the right to attend school but it is our responsibility to follow the rules and behave safely whilst at school. 

 

Activity One: - List your ideas in each column on the How Can we Be Responsible worksheet. How do you think we can be responsible at home, at school and in the community?

EXAMPLES - At home, I can be responsible by tidying my bedroom without having to be asked.

At school, I can be responsible by looking after and taking care of all the equipment I use.

In the community, I can be responsible by putting all my rubbish in a bin.

One way to be responsible is being on time for things.

 

Activity Two: Look at the scenarios on the How Important Is It? worksheet. Decide whether or not it is important to be on time and give a reason why

Colour in the traffic light:

Green - if you think it is very important to be on time.

Amber - if you think it is not so important to be on time.

Red - if you think it isn't important at all to be on time.

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