Wednesday, 9 December 2015
Formal Dance ( Having a Can-Do Attitude )
Today at Formal Dance, I demonstrated a Can-Do attitude by, smiling at my partner, my body language and my enthusiasm towards dance.
At first I would barely touch my partner, but now I will do it properly and have lots of enthusiasm during a dance.
My favourite dance is the Waltz and the Rock 'n' Role Reel.
PALS Week 10
Today at PALS, we could not decide on what game to play. We decided to play Tricky Tag.
The good thing about this game was that we didn't need any gear. The first thing we did was get the jackets, pozies and some cones just in case.
The next thing we did was setup for the game. At first we had no one, then as we got a few people, more and more kept on coming.
The game was going really well until there was a disagreement. It was a kid who thought that they got the other person first, and the other person thought the same.
I decided to use my Peer Mediation skills and sort this out. I pulled them aside so everyone else could keep playing.
The first thing I did was asked them for their sides of the story. Then I came up with a solution. I told them to do Paper, Scissors and Rock if it ever happened again.
Today at the Gala setup, I was showing my CARE values by ..............
Community- I was showing Community by, when we were moving stuff for the White Elephant, I was being self aware of the stuff around me.
Active Thinking- I was showing Active Thinking by, thinking about how I can help out Miss 'O and Mr Ladbrook, because they already had a lot to do.
Respect- I was respecting what I was carrying around. So I wasn't running with heavy/ breakable stuff, and thinking about were I was in the school.
Excellence- I was showing Excellence by, putting my hand up to do face painting for half an hour at the Gala.
PALS Week 10
Today at PALS, we were walking around. We started at the juniors area. The first thing we noticed was a problem.
The problem was that a heap of kids were on a pile of bark, at the back corner of the field. The pile of bark was really big. It also had cones around it, which made the situation even worse.
The next thing we did was try to tell them to get of the pile of bark, but they didn't listen. Then one kid was being really rude to us, and yelling over top of us when we were trying to stop them all.
Then a Duty Teacher came over to see what the fuss was. But when the teacher was coming closer, one little kid kicked a whole heap of bark in my face, and some got in my eye. Then when the teacher came, they got in big trouble.