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Team Building Day - Scarecrow Competition - Thursday 28th November 2019

LEARNING THE WHITEHOUSE WAY TO TEAM-BUILDING

 

On Thursday 28th November, all of Whitehouse children took part in a Scarecrow Competition which was aimed at developing children’s social and leadership skills so that they were more confident in working as a team and handling more confidently.

 

To continue to develop our love of reading, each class democratically chose a scarecrow linked with their favourite book character. 

 

Link to British Values

  • Democracy – choosing book and character/materials, taking turns, undertaking different roles within team.
  • Rule of Law – deciding on good team-working rules as a class
  • Individual Liberty – right to choose, developing individual skills
  • Respect – working with others, handling conflicts.
  • Tolerance – respecting differences within team

 

Link to SMSC

  • Sense of fascination in learning, creativity, reflection
  • Sense of right/wrong, British Values, understanding consequences of action
  • Participating, working with others, handling conflicts, developing life skills
  • Learning about own culture and that of others, participating in artistic opportunities, being tolerant and respecting individual differences

 

Here are some of the pictures from the day for you to enjoy.

EARLY YEARS

 

Gingerbread Man

 

Gingerbread House

Gingerbread People biscuits

Other Team Building Activities in Early Years

 

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