The Year 5 students worked extremely hard over the last few weeks to prepare for the PSHE fair. The children were learning about how some children in the world are less fortunate than others. They were asked to think of ways to make the world more equal. The children thought of lots of ways such as: trying to give children the same opportunity, allowing every child to attend school and creating a safe environment to live. The children thought raising money for the less fortunate was a great way to help towards this. The fair raised a lot of money which will go on to help others.
Jassmeeta - I loved taking part in the fair to give something to someone less fortunate.
Marran - I enjoyed creating my stall and the children who attended seemed really happy.
On reflection, the children thoroughly enjoyed organising and participating in the fair and can’t wait to do another one.
Over the last 4 weeks, Year 6 have been working hard in small groups to prepare stalls for a PSHE market. Prior to the market, Year 6 had studied various charities and how to care for other people less fortunate than ourselves.
The students worked resiliently in class planning, creating and then preparing their own products for the stalls. The market itself was a great success, with both adults and children enjoying the afternoon. There were a variety of activities and items for sale, with all the proceeds going to a local charity. At the end of the afternoon, the children had raised almost 6400 QR!
Tanvi from 6N said ‘it was amazing being able to create our own crafts and then sell them for money which would go to a charity’
Bjorn from 6I said ‘this was the best day ever, I wish we could do this more often!’