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On Friday 26th August at the P4-7 Assembly, we reminded children how all the adults at Sciennes aim to 'Get It Right' for their health and wellbeing using SHANARRI. We talked about ways to remember what SHANARRI stands for - Safe, Healthy, Achieving, Nurtured, Active, Respected, Responsible and Included and tested some of the teachers! Some pupils like to write things down or draw pictures or repeat aloud and one way we used was to sing a song about SHANARRI.
Mr Tom Scott, Active Schools Co-ordinator for James Gillespie's High School, gave a presentation to the children about the benefits of taking part in sport and told us about all the sporting clubs that are now available for booking online. Ms French encouraged everyone to complete the Tesco Reading Challenge by Saturday 3rd September. We also revisited Sciennes School Rules and how they help keep us safe.
Next week, we are really fortunate to have a special visitor joining us at both P1-3 and P4-7 Assemblies. Tam Baillie, Scotland's commissioner for Children and Young People, is coming to Sciennes to speak to all the children on Friday 2nd September and we are very much looking forward to welcoming him.