6D won a competition when they recorder the different ways they travel to school over four weeks.
They were rewarded with a session from Bike It Jenny who brought in scooters (and helmets) for the children to try.
First, Jenny tested that the children could stop safely.
There was a course to scoot round including "roundabouts" (hoops on the ground) and a "zebra crossing" (black and white flag).
The children also had a go at playing musical statues on scooters!
These are great ideas that you could try with a scooter in the summer holidays. If you don't have cones, you could put stones down carefully to scoot around.
We have had fun in 1S this week learning all about France. We know how to count to ten, we discovered different ways of travelling to France and we now know the capital city.
We made our own French flags and also discovered that France has a better football team than England!!!
Today was Nursery's Sports Day. Our children did a fantastic job with all the activities. We had jumping, throwing, balancing, dribbling and running! Well done to everyone who took part and thanks to parents for your support!
Today, PSCO Louis De'Ath came to tell us about his job.
He works at Redbridge Fire Station.
We thought that the police arrest people, give warnings, investigate and help at car accidents.
We found out that most importantly, they help people!
Louis is a PCSO. A Police Community Support Officer. If you are lost and you see him, he can help you. He wants to make sure everyone is OK. He showed us his special radio. He likes cycling along Warren Avenue.
He said the biggest thing we can do to help the police is to talk to them! Tell someone you trust if something is happening that isn't right. Just like in school, we need to talk to each other to help everyone be safe.
Sometimes he has to check if there are children playing safely, and he reminded us to take care on the roads and look both ways. We are going to remind our class how to stay safe.
If you see PCSO Louis around, will you give him a smile or a wave?