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Sciennes Have A Goal House Assembly 15.1.18 #YOYP2018

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On Monday 15th January we welcomed back pupils by holding our first House Assemblies of the new year for Grange, Lauder, Sienna and Tantallon. House and Sports Captains explained 'The Year of Young People', reflected on goals already achieved, shared their own goals for the coming year and asked pupils to think about their own goals.


Great to see almost all of our pupils in school uniform, and we appreciate parental support in continuing to encourage this. Warm, hooded jackets with hats, gloves and scarves at the ready, please, for the colder weather.

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Sciennes Have A Goal House Assembly 15.1.18 #YOYP2018

  1. 1. House Assembly 15th January 2018
  2. 2. Having goals is good for our health and wellbeing and helps us Be Resilient
  3. 3. Skipper has found that these ten tools help him to cope with the river of life
  4. 4. •Setting a SMART goal helps to motivate us •Sometimes we fail or make mistakes and that’s okay •It is important to celebrate achievement Have a Goal
  5. 5. Have a Goal “Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.” (Albert Einstein)
  6. 6. SMART GOALS
  7. 7. Challenge Your Mindset If you think you can’t do it, you are probably right.
  8. 8. If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.
  9. 9. New Year is an opportunity to decide what you want to change.
  10. 10. New Year Resolutions are Goals to try hard to change a habit, start a new project or do better at something.
  11. 11. JANUS JANUARY A TIME TO LOOK BACK AND LOOK FORWARDS
  12. 12. WHAT GOALS HAVE WE ACHIEVED SO FAR?
  13. 13. SEPTEMBER Pupil Leadership YOU are making a difference! #participation
  14. 14. SEPTEMBER P7 at Parliament with Climate Change Survey Responses YOU made a difference! #participation
  15. 15. OCTOBER P3 Led Harvest Appeal YOU made a difference! £3320 raised! #equality
  16. 16. OCTOBER P7 Niamh and Alice Gender Equality Surveys YOU made a difference! #equality
  17. 17. NOVEMBER Consultation with Children’s Parliament for Scottish govt YOU made a difference! #participation
  18. 18. NOVEMBER P7 Dyslexia Presentations YOU made a difference! #equality
  19. 19. NOVEMBER Sciennes Winter Fair YOU made a difference! Six P6 and P7 classes helped raise £6000! #enterprise
  20. 20. DECEMBER P7 Clan of Children’s Rights at Parliament YOU made a difference! #participation
  21. 21. DECEMBER P5 Carol Singing for Homelessness Charity Crisis YOU made a difference! £510 raised! #equality
  22. 22. What next?
  23. 23. Over to you to take the lead!
  24. 24. House and Sports Captains
  25. 25. YEAR OF YOUNG PEOPLE 2018 What is it about?
  26. 26. Taking part in: Culture Learning Health and Wellbeing Equality Sport Enterprise Environment YEAR OF YOUNG PEOPLE 2018 Your voice heard Taking the lead Celebrating success LOCALLY NATIONALLY GLOBALLY
  27. 27. Captains’ goals for 2018
  28. 28. What are your goals?
  29. 29. Off to a great start! #culture
  30. 30. P6 Year of Young People Art Workshop #culture
  31. 31. P5-7 Ceilidh in the Playground #culture
  32. 32. Building Resilience We’re On This Road by Stephen Fischbacher https://www.fischy.com/songs/were-on-this-road
  33. 33. Building Resilience Family Activity Work together on a goal. The goal can be anything you want to improve. Think about who or what will help you achieve it. How will you celebrate achieving it? Bring your ‘goal’ in to share with your class. Share some examples at Assembly
  34. 34. Going for Gold! Rights Respecting Schools Thursday 31st May Wed 17th P7C Art of Listening at the Hub Thurs 18th 11am ECO Reps Bug Hotels Fri 19th No Assembly Mon 22nd P7 Hope Trust Basketball at Crags Thurs 25th P7 Inside Hana’s Suitcase HMD Ms Anstruther Monday-Thursday Ms Christie retiring at Easter
  35. 35. AULD LANG SYNE
  36. 36. Auld Lang Syne Should old acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind? Should old acquaintance be forgot, For the sake of auld lang syne? CHORUS For auld lang syne, my dear, For auld lang syne, We'll take a cup of kindness yet, For the sake of auld lang syne And there's a hand my trusty friend! And give me one of thine! We'll take a right good-will drink, For the sake of auld lang syne CHORUS For auld lang syne, my dear, For auld lang syne, We'll take a cup of kindness yet, For the sake of auld lang syne
  37. 37. House Points
  38. 38. Building Resilience We’re On This Road by Stephen Fischbacher It’s a long road It’s a winding road It’s a beautiful road It’s a rocky road You might be running You might be jogging You might be walking You might be crawling x2
  39. 39. Building Resilience Aah – Aah –Aah – Aah We’re on this road We’re on this road You, me, everybody, together x2 You might be winning You might be losing You might be grinning You might be snoozing x2
  40. 40. Building Resilience Aah – Aah –Aah – Aah We’re on this road We’re on this road You, me, everybody, together x2 It’s a long road It’s a winding road It’s a beautiful road It’s a rocky road
  41. 41. Building Resilience Aah – Aah –Aah – Aah We’re on this road We’re on this road You, me, everybody, together x2 Yeah, yeah, yeah…yeah!

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