Kind Hands, Kind Feet
We have focused on how to have KIND HANDS and KIND FEET at school. As part of our PB4L programme we keep data about the behaviours that we have on the playground and in class.
Rough games, touching others in close settings and pushing others can lead to children becoming upset or angry.
You could help us at home by talking to your children about how to be safe when playing games so that people don't get hurt by accident.
Some examples of KIND HANDS
** Keeping your hands to yourself when sitting next to others by not touching.
** Understanding that games don't need to get rough and if you DO choose to play a rough game then you must be able to control your temper.
** Pushing others through doorways, in the cloakbay or in a line is NOT okay.
** Using your words to explain why you are feeling frustrated rather than hitting, shoving or punching.
Some examples of KIND FEET
** Tucking your legs under your desk or chair to avoid tripping people up.
** Folding your legs when sitting so that you aren't invading someones personal space.
** Using your words to explain why you are feeling frustrated rather than kicking.