We have an extra special TFTW this week! It’s more of a competition than a thought, but it’ll definitely require everyone to think really hard and get their brains in gear.
As of next term, we’re going to change the house names to reflect the heroes and role models for our children across both our schools. This will not affect your house colours/PE t-shirts, which will remain the same, but you will have some funky new house names!
So, the rules for your suggestions are:
- The person must be a hero or role model linked to the curriculum.
- Examples are a writer, poet, scientist, mathematician or sportsperson. But it could be related to any subject you learn in school.
- You must provide a reason for your choice, tell us why they are a role model to children and what they have done to earn this place.
- Either leave a comment on the blog with your choice or hand in your choice to your class teacher.
All classes will be discussing this in our reflection time this week, so you will have a chance to think about it then!
We’re very excited to hear your suggestions!
13 thoughts on “Thought For The Week!”
My choice would be Christine Ohuruogu, who is a really awesome British athlete, she has won the Olympics, World Championships and Commonwealth Games in the 400m.
We all know I love running, so I had to choose a runner. I think she is a fantastic role model since she was the first British woman to win all three global titles! A great role model for any of our aspiring Olympians in the school!
Reblogged this on Heavers Year 6 Blog and commented:
Let’s get some suggestions for these year 6! You can either post them on the blog or let Mr Payne and Mrs Bradford know.
Who inspires you?
Reblogged this on Heavers' Little Gems and commented:
Do you have any ideas Nursery?
Choices by Emerald class:
Michael Rosen, The Queen (or Queen), Jo Johnson, Mrs Faulding, Mr Reid, Mr Bean and Lenny Henry.
Choices by Miss Casal:
Conan Doyle, because he used to live very close to our school and he is the creator of Sherlock Holmes.(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Conan_Doyle)
Robert Johnson, musician (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Johnson)
Ella Fitzgerald, singer ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald)
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Come on year 5! Let’s come up with lots of suggestions!
I suggest the mathematician Alan Turing because he broke the German Enigma code which helped shorten the Second World War and created the computer.
I think it should br Marie curie because she’s is a scienctive
Rosa Parks because she’s a big part of history
I think shakesphere could be Mozart.
This is what I think :
Red – sport – Usan Bolt
I think this because he inspired me to do athletics.
Blue – science – Albert Einstein
I think this because he is my favourite scientist.
Green – literacy – C.S Lewis
I think this because he wrote one of my favourite books.
Yellow – music – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
I think this because he is a extraordinary musician.
Thank you for reading my opinion!
i would choose rachel renne russel [rachel for short] because she is an amazing author and is a great role model for people who want to be author ‘s.
YELLOW should be zoella sugg because she is a great influence to everyone and shows that you should show the real you.
BLUE should be martin luther king because he does not just care for him self he cares for everything.
GREEN should be harry potter because he is a very good influence to people who want to be actors/acters.
RED should be rachel renne russel because she is a great auther and shows that people that being an auther is great.
I think that nightingale could be Usain bolt because he inspires me to work hard and never give up like Richard Allen or as we call him sir!
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