Health Week – Home Learning 1st – 5th June

On your marks…get set…for Health Week at Roseburn!

Whilst we are all sad we cannot host our traditional Heath Week/Sports Day in this beautiful weather, we have put together lots of ideas to help you make the best of it at home. Remember, there are many aspects to being healthy…not just exercise and diet.

Look out for the House Competition. We are challenging you all, adults and children alike, to get active over the next week and to log your activity for your House ( Any physical activity can count, whether is is running, dancing, cycling or playing football in your garden. I wonder which House will be crowned winners at the end of the week…

This Home Learning Grid has activities from all areas of the curriculum. We do not expect that you will manage to complete everything. It is for the whole family to take part in so choose the ones you would like to do and which work best for you. Remember to share your work with us on Teams, on Learning Journals, via email or on Twitter.

Have a wonderful week!

Thank you!

We would like to say a huge thank you to all of our families for embracing Health Week and trying out lots of different activities. We really hope you have enjoyed yourselves as much as we have enjoyed seeing your updates on Teams, Journals and Twitter.

Here is just a very small snapshot of the enormous amount of learning that has taken place this week, from worry dolls and feelings charts to vegetable rainbows…and, of course, not forgetting the hugely popular Tree Trim Trail.

It is safe to say we are very, very proud of you all!

Here are the answers for the staff Question of Sport challenge. How many did you get correct?

If you are currently unable to make it to Roseburn Park to try out our Tree Trim Trail, you could have a go at home.

The results…

As a school, we have completed more than 1200 activities this week! That is an amazing amount of exercise and hopefully you will all be feeling the physical and mental benefits of being active.

It was an extremely close competition… Here are the House results:

Congratulations to Team Murrayfield for winning with a total of 307 sessions completed and a duration of almost 876 hours.

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