Answer as many questions as possible
Play in any game type
The winning class will have the highest number of correct answers per pupil
Ask your teacher for full details and rules.
Dates: Wednesday 24th February to Tuesday 2nd March (not including the weekend)
Time: 1pm – 5pm
https://nationalonlinesafety.com/guides – useful guides on e-safety for parents. new guide published every week.
Safer Internet Day 2021 celebrates the amazing range of information and opportunities online, and its potential to inform, connect and inspire us, whilst also looking at how young people can separate fact from fiction.
The campaign focuses on how we can know what to trust online, supporting young people to question, challenge and change the online world. It will explore how influence, persuasion and manipulation can impact young people’s decisions, opinions and what they share online.
- A fun activity for your daily exercise over the weekend
- Find the lamp posts marked on the map. It will have the Warden Hill Logo on the lamp post
- Record the number written in a yellow box on the lamp post
- The answers will be published on Monday morning
- Happy hunting!
Year 4, 5 and 6 pupils are asked to return their reading books today.
Books will be quarantined for two days.
You will be able to collect new books on Thursday.
A fun inter-house competition for your daily exercise
to get the Warden Hill Community active.
The aim: to travel as far as possible over the weekend by walking, running, scooting or riding.
Who: A challenge for the whole family in their school houses. The staff will also be joining and representing their houses.
Duration: The challenge lasts all weekend.
How it works:
Over the weekend complete as many Kilometres as possible and then upload the results on Monday via the Google Form: https://forms.gle/BLoeB5qR5H44wny9A
This will allow us to total up all the kilometres that each house has completed. If you have two or more children add the cumulative total to the form.
The winning house: will be announced in Monday’s Whole School Assembly.
How to record your kilometres: There are four easy ways to record the kilometres that you complete:
- Use a fitbit or other step counter to track your distance.
- Download a free to use app such as Strava or Runkeeper but make sure you choose the free option and not the paid features.
- Map your walk, run, cycle manually by using the website https://gb.mapometer.com/
- Use one of the measured courses: INTER-HOUSE GET ACTIVE CHALLENGE
We hope you have a brilliant weekend and look forward to the results.