Now that we have settled into Year Three, we want to challenge ourselves to be the very best that we can be!
We read the story ‘The Bubble’ by Sadie James. In this story, the main character is a parrotfish who stays inside his bubble because it is the ‘safer’ choice. He soon realises that by avoiding taking risks, he is missing out on important things and opportunities. Finally, he decides to be brave and come out of his bubble and when he does, he can see that he is really capable of great things!
We used this story to prompt ourselves to think about the following questions:
How can we come out of our bubble this term?
How can we be brave in our learning?
What is a goal?
What goals can we set to help us improve in our learning?
We used these reflections to help us write some personal goals for our learning in Term 2. Goal setting is an important part of being a successful learner and helps us to develop important life skills such as planning, organisation, reflection and time-management.
We are looking forward to ‘coming out of our bubbles’ and working towards our goals this term!
From the Year Three students, Miss Williams & Mrs Ryan