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Sciennes JRSO Road Safety and Legacy Assembly 24.11.17

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On Friday 17th November our three P6 Junior Road Safety Officers (JRSOs) encouraged everyone to be bright and be seen this winter and showed a video to explain why 20mph speed limits make roads safer. Mrs Gibb and P4C received reflective prizes for being the most brightly dressed. The Pupil Council is leading a consultation on a proposal to extend the playground and everyone in the Hall was asked to signal with a show of hands if they were in favour. Pupil Council reps from P2-P7 are also debating this proposal in class and collecting feedback comments for Mrs Noble.

Mr Howie led an inspirational presentation, designed to help pupils realise how they can take the lead to work individually and as a team to create and leave a lasting legacy, using the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team's philosophies as a theme.

P7 Sports Captains congratulated pupils on recent achievements and issued certificates to P7 Sportshall Athletics Finalists.

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Sciennes JRSO Road Safety and Legacy Assembly 24.11.17

  1. 1. Sciennes Primary Assembly P4-P7 Friday 24th November 2017
  2. 2. SCIENNES PRIMARY SCHOOL PLAYGROUND EXTENSION CONSULTATION NOVEMBER 2017 Do you want to try extend the playground or not?
  3. 3. SCIENNES PRIMARY SCHOOL P4-7 ASSEMBLY PLAYGROUND EXTENSION CONSULTATION NOVEMBER 2017 Raise your hand if you want to try extend the playground.
  4. 4. What can a pupil at Sciennes learn from the best sporting team on the planet?
  5. 5. What things do we do? What things can you do?
  6. 6. So why the All Blacks?
  7. 7. 1. Sweep the Sheds Never be too big to do the small things that need to be done.
  8. 8. 1. Sweep the Sheds Never be too big to do the small things that need to be done.
  9. 9. What could you do? - What things are you responsible for? - Could you make sure you have all your kit? - Could you make sure that you’ve tidied everything away properly? - Have you checked your school bag?
  10. 10. Look after the pennies…
  11. 11. 4. Pass the Ball Leaders create leaders.
  12. 12. What could you do? - What things are you interested in? - What things are you good at? - Is there anything that would only get done if you did it?
  13. 13. 6. No Obnoxiousness The All Blacks select on character over talent, which means some of New Zealand’s most promising players never pull on the black jersey – because they don’t have the right character. Like all the great teams the All Blacks seek to replace the ‘me’ with the ‘we’. No one is bigger than the team. The team always comes first.
  14. 14. What could you do better? - What things make you a great team member? - What things could you do better?
  15. 15. 7. Embrace Expectations Aim for the highest cloud. A culture of expectation enables the asking and re-asking fundamental questions, in order to achieve clarity. Humility allows us ask a simple question: how can we do better?
  16. 16. G.A.B.
  17. 17. GAB.
  18. 18. G.A.B.
  19. 19. Growth Mindset “I didn’t succeed this time…”
  20. 20. What could you do? - Remember to see the ‘wish’ feedback as a great way to improve! - If you’re stuck…ask for help! Be brave and you’ll give yourself a great chance to get even better at something.
  21. 21. No one is ever late for training, players set their watches ten minutes fast.
  22. 22. 14. Be a Good Ancestor Plant trees you’ll never see. The All Blacks task is to represent all those who have come before them, and all those who follow. As the sun shines on you for this moment, this is your time, it’s your obligation and responsibility to add to the legacy – to leave the jersey in a better place.
  23. 23. What could you do? - When you leave the school, will you have ‘added’ something to our community? - Will you be able to say ‘I was the best me I could be’?
  24. 24. Captain video.
  25. 25. Jennifer and Amy’s Litter Picking Rota SGTLE
  26. 26. What have you done today that makes YOU feel proud? Blue Badges Galore!
  27. 27. What have you done today that makes YOU feel proud? P4A Firework Safety Instructions
  28. 28. What have you done today that makes YOU feel proud? Jamie Star Kayaker!
  29. 29. What have you done today that makes YOU feel proud? Flora Leads A Masterclass!
  30. 30. What have you done today that makes YOU feel proud? Sam 2nd in Scotland in Squash U13!
  31. 31. What have you done today that makes YOU feel proud? P7 Sportshall Athletics Finalists!
  32. 32. Sat 25th Nov Winter Fair 12pm -3pm Scottish Book Week Mon 27th P7 Risk Factory P7 PC Jenkins Tues 28th P4 Book Launch Visitors from South Korea Thurs 29th Children’s Parliament Consultation P4 St Catherine’s of Argyll Visitors from Holland Christmas Singing tbc Fri 1st No Assembly – Nativity Rehearsals
  33. 33. This week’s house points Tantallon Lauder Sienna Grange

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