The Friendship Squad
The Friendship Squad is a new role for Year 6 pupils. These pupils meet up every Wednesday after school to discuss what they want to do to support friendships in school.
Friendship Squad have been thinking about wet play times. They have decided that they want to prepare some fun activities for all the pupils in school. They have been brain storming activities that they think the key stages will want to day and have started asking for donations.
The Friendship Display
We have started updating the friendship board in school. We started creating posters and notes explaining what we do and want others to know. We have also hidden our bookmarks around school. Below are some hints to help you find them.
We explored friendship games that we can play with other people at play time.
The friendship squad are launching a challenge in school. They have decided to hide bookmarks around school with positive messages on for pupils to find. If you find one please post an image on twitter #friendshipsquad #mapplewellprimary
Friendship squad wowed the audience again! What a fantastic clear assembly all about friendship.
The Friendship Squad enjoyed their last assembly so much that they have offered to do another one. This time informing the school about 'How to be a Good Friend'. Being such good friends themselves they have thought of lots of tips.
We were amazing. We even lost the ICT and still remembered all of our parts.
Getting ready for our assembly. We worked really hard practising our parts even though we did not have many sessions to prepare.
Here we are making crafts for our assembly. We decided to create our own games for the audience to play and create posters and crafts.
Over the half term we have been preparing for our assembly. We have been researching friendship, creating friendship poems and making crafts related to friendship. On Thursday 22nd of November we are going to share what we have done and tell the school what we are going to do to support friendships in school.
During the first week they discussed what the role involved, suggested what they wanted to do over the academic year and finally had a tower building challenge.