This week’s thought, from the Dalai Lama will be shared today with the pupils during today’s assembly about freedom.
This week’s thought came from Sir Tim Berners-Lee, pioneer of the world wide web. The children learned about this significant Briton during today’s assembly and considered that he showed a high level of inter-dependence, grit, curiosity, trust and courage on the path to his amazing achievements.
‘We need diversity of thought in the world to face the new challenges.’
Sir Tim Berners-Lee
‘We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men and women are created equal.’
This week’s thought centred around the core British value of equality. Mrs Wilson led the assembly on Monday.
This morning we had an assembly about mindfulness:
‘Mind full or mindful?’
The children considered this area thoughtfully during the assembly and Mrs Claire’s offer of teaching additional mindfulness techniques for anyone interested has already had a big sign up.
It was really inspiring to have a musician tell us all about stringed instruments during today’s music assembly. The bass playing was particularly impressive!
Today’s assembly was about staying safe online – tomorrow is International Internet Safety Day. Here are some websites if you are worried about how to stay safe online.
If you would like to talk about anything to do with staying safe online then please talk to an adult, either at school or at home. The red letterboxes are in the halls if you’d prefer to write a note to an adult at school.