LMPS Anti-Bullying Week

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This week is a time to reflect on how we treat each other, how we help each other and how we keep each other safe.

You will be working together as a class on some special anti-bullying activities and signing your own class anti-bullying contract.

Check out these links below and leave a reply under this post to share what you learnt from the websites.  Or from Miss Chittick’s assembly about safety?  Or from your special lessons and discussions in class!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/topics/anti-bullying-week

http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/34869273

http://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/anti-bullying-week/

Mr P

P.S.  Here is the official advert for Anti-Bullying Week 2015 to get you thinking (and singing!)…

 

 

 

Tag Teamwork!

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More sporting success for LMPS this week.  This time in a Tag Rugby tournament.

Here is a sports report written by Kain, Alyssa and Harrison…

Tag Rugby

On Monday the 16th November the tag rugby team headed over to GBHS to compete in the second round. As we turned up we got given a sporting pledge,which said;

We, the children, the teacher the official and the spectator, shall show good sporting behaviour towards everyone. we pledge to have respect everyday in every sport and for everyone. Accepting victory and defeat graciously, treating everyone fairly, speaking considerately and polity and accepting officials rules and decisions without without complaining. we shall abide by the rules of the event. we shall applaud achievements and perseverance, giving positive comments throughout, to competitors, officials, teachers and spectators.   Dont be the one, to spoil the fun.

In the first game we played Great Waltham who played very well and unfortunately beat us which wasn’t the best start to the tournament. The second game we played, was against Moulsham Junior school and  they beat us. In the tournament we didn’t play our best and after our first loss all our heads dropped and then we started to play worse. We all watched the finals which we learnt a lot from as they do an after school club and play it more and are much better but we have only played during a few lunch times.  After the game they announced the winners. Moulsham  came first place and Great Waltham came second place then Lawford Mead Primary School came third place. We all got medals Moulsham had a gold medal Great Waltham had a silver medal and we Lawford Mead got a bronze medal.

Well done Team.  Sounds like you learn even more from the challenges than you do from the victories!  Proud of you.

I’ll leave with you with a quote from the greatest basketball player of all time…

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Classic Clubs

Teacher led clubs began on Wednesday last week.  Children had a great time sewing, drumming, coding, building and much more!

Reply here and tell us why your club is the best!  What are you looking forward to this Wednesday?

Mr P

p.s. Here are some photos from Japanese drumming, Cinema and Construction clubs…

 

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Terrific Teamwork!

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We were all very proud this week when pupils worked together so brilliantly in teams to produce the amazing 3D display we now have in our library!

It was fantastic to see Year 6 pupils being role models and supporting younger pupils in classes across the school.

Well done everyone.  Visit the year group blogs to see more pictures.

What part of the display did you contribute to?  Leave a reply here.

Mr P

Challenge and Change

Hello everyone,

What a fantastic day we had celebrating Black History Month!  I can’t wait to see photos from your workshops and some of the fantastic writing and artwork you all produced.

For now I just want to share an amazing piece of writing with you.  Dylan wrote this letter to Jackie Robinson, an American baseball player who achieved great things and inspired many people. Black History Month is a time to show our school value of RESPECT for inspirational people who have faced challenge and caused positive change for others.  Check out the Year Group blogs for more photos and info about what went on in each class.

Enjoy this brilliant letter and leave a reply to tell us what you enjoyed most about our Black History Celebration.

Mr P

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Ready to reveal some resilience?

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Thanks to Mrs Boot for a fantastic assembly on the Lawford Mead value of RESILIENCE this week.  I hope everyone was inspired by the John Cena video.  Here are my favourite quotes from his speech…

“I’ve often said a man’s character is not judged after he celebrates a victory, but by what he does when his back is against the wall. So no matter how great the setback, how severe the failure, you never give up.   You never give up, you pick yourself up, you brush yourself off, you get up and move on and overcome and that is what I believe!”

Leave a reply below and tell me how YOU stayed strong this week and showed resilience when faced with a challenge in your learning.

Mr P

 

 

Champions!

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Our boys football team made us all very proud this week.  One member of the team has written this exciting recount of events….

Chelmsford Sports Partnership Boys Football Tournament 2015

When we arrived at the tournament they got in to groups – A group B group etc. We were placed in group D. Every match was 8 minutes long so our goals had to come quickly.  Our first match was against Barnes Farm which we won 1-0 because of an unlucky own goal from the other team. Then we had some training with the West Ham foundation and we got taught to keep more control of the ball and it also helped us in the games. Next we played the Bishops ‘B’ team and won 3-0.  The goal scorers were Fletcher, Reece and Callum.

Next we played our final group match against St Michael’s ‘B’ which we won 2-0, the goals were scored by Bobby-Lee and Fletcher  (again). After that match we sat down in a line to get told if we made it to the semi-finals and sure enough we did. We fought well in the match but at the last moment Bobby  took a goal kick and it was heading for the corner, the goalkeeper touched it but it wasn’t enough to stop it going in though. Everyone was jumping up and down, Bobby  was running around like a headless chicken so happy that he scored in the last minute and it was from a goal kick aswell! The final score was 1-0 thanks to Bobby’s remarkable goal that left everyone speechless (including the other team).

We got through to the final. We fought long and hard till the game was over, but the score was 0-0 so we had to go into ‘Golden Goal’ if you scored you had won the game and the tournament. But, after full time, again the score was 0-0 so we had to go into a penalty shootout. First up Bobby, he hammered it in. Then the other team scored. Next up, Reece, he also scored. Then the other team shot, but it went wide of the bar. So it was all up to Alex to see who was going to win the tournament, he shot, and everyone’s heart stopped but after some luck it went in and everybody could breathe again. We all knew WE HAD WON and it was a well deserved win as well! Everybody had huge smiles on their faces, children and adults because we knew that we had came home as champions.

Alex  – Year 6

Who’s watching the rugby?

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Did you know the World Rugby values are very similar to our values at Lawford Mead Primary?

Here are the rugby values.  Can you see our values there too?

INTEGRITY: Integrity is central to the fabric of the Game and is generated through honesty and fair play.

PASSION: Rugby people have a passionate enthusiasm for the Game. Rugby generates excitement, emotional attachment and a sense of belonging to the global Rugby Family

SOLIDARITY: Rugby provides a unifying spirit that leads to life-long friendships, camaraderie, teamwork and loyalty which transcends cultural, geographic, political and religious differences.

DISCIPLINE: Discipline is an integral part of the Game both on and off the field and is reflected through adherence to the Laws, the Regulations and Rugby’s core values.

RESPECT: Respect for team mates, opponents, match officials and those involved in the Game is paramount.

We talked about the value of RESPECT in assembly this week.  How can you show respect in school?

“To thine own self be true…”

Shakespeare

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hello again,

A new week brings new opportunities to show our school values as we learn.

In assembly this week we talked about our 2nd value, INTEGRITY.

In Hamlet, one of William Shakespeare’s most famous plays, the character Polonius gives this advice to his son:

“This above all: to thine own self be true,
And it must follow, as the night the day,
Thou canst not then be false to any man.”

He wanted his son to be honest with himself and with others,  to live his life by what he believed was right.

What is your understanding of the word INTEGRITY? Reply to this post and let me know.  How can you show integrity?

Mr Poyton