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EYFS Weekly Updates 29/03/2019 from Ms. Julie Walton

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As part of our weekly assemblies, and during circle time in class, the Early Years’’ children have been learning about the school’s important Dojo Monster attributes.


These include:

Cara Communication, Cary Caring, Cooper Cooperation, Pogo Perseverance, Emperor Enquiry and Robin Respect.  As parents will know, these posters for the attributes were designed by our students.


All the children have the opportunity to talk about their feelings and why it is important that we try to follow the same attributes as the different monsters. In Early Years’, we use these attributes alongside our class DoJo point system and the children are encouraged to display these traits throughout the school day. The teacher rewards the children by giving them DoJo points.


In today’s society, it is essential for us to teach the children the important values and traits that are needed to keep a harmonious community all around us. As part of this, we teach the children to use good manners and to say please and thank you throughout the day. Our focus this week was on Robin Respect.

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We learnt a fun song to encourage the use of these words in English. Please play the song at home and encourage all our BVIS Early Years’ children to be polite and courteous throughout the day.


Miss Julie Walton

Head of Early Years’