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Brierley Forest

Primary and Nursery School

How can we make the world a better place? (Autumn 2)

How can we make the world a better place? 

This half term we have been looking at some of the things we can do and the transport we use in order to make the world a better place.

 

To begin with Flash, the class bear went on holiday with Miss Hale and we thought about how they got there. We then learnt about all the different types of transport they went on to arrive at their destination and some of the fun things they did! 

 

 

Miss Hale told us Flash wasn't very safe on the roads though and we needed to help him learn what to do to keep safe.

 

We thought all about being safe and learnt the phrase - 

 

Stop! Look! Listen! Think!

 

Have a listen to the song we learnt to help us remember!

A road safety song for children:

We then thought all about how we get to school in a morning and if this was good for the environment. We decided as a class that by walking, using a scooter or a bike is much better for the world than if we went in the car.  

 

We learnt that cars pollute our environment and so if we walk, ride a bike or scooter, then we are making the world a better place! 

 

We made a pictogram to show how we all get to school!

 

 

This week the naughty bus made his way into our classroom and we all loved him!

We learnt to tell the story through a story map and by the end of the week we didn't even need Miss Pownall-Brown to help us anymore. 

 

Then we changed the story into our own, we decided that the story wasn't about a bus anymore but was in fact about a...

Naughty train!

We are beginning to learn all about recycling and how we can reuse packaging that we have. 

 

 

Our class love to junk model and have made a variety of different things using things from the foundation staffs recycling bins including boxes, bottles, carrier bags and more!

 

 

 

If you ever have any boxes, bottles, bags, tubes etc. feel free to bring them into school, we are using them all the time!

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