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Peacemakers

😊3D have enjoyed their Peacemakers session this morning. We played the
Sun Shines On Me Because....... and children choose to share something positive about themselves
Fruit Salad ...a mixing up game to encourage different children to work with one another....
and a quick session on the Magic Carpet for Ismaeel.
We appreciate you in the class because of...
Your kindness
Your ability to play with anyone
Your honesty.
Your character.
Your excellent listening.
Your hard work.
and finally because you never ever give up ! Phew! What a lot of positive things the children had to say about Ismaeel today ! 😊😊😊


We will continue our session this afternoon when we play ...Bus stop a decision making game which encourages the children to make independent decisions for themselves. Ask yourself ...chocolate or chips? One good friend or many friends? Hmmmmm I wonder what the children will chose?






















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