Here you can find out all the exciting things Elliot has been getting up to in KS1.
Elliott is our class dragon and he helps us learn very important life skills, usually in PSHE lessons. Elliott also goes on lots of adventures with children over the weekend; if a child has been exceptionally good at school, either academically or socially, then that child will be presented with Elliott and is allowed to take him home for the weekend.
Sophie's weekend with Elliott
When Elliott and I got home we chilled out and watched telly. We then had tea together, I think we had my favourite, pizza! After that Elliott and I went to bed and cuddled until we fell asleep.
I was very happy to get Elliott because he is a very special dragon.
Noah's weekend with Elliott
Hunter's weekend with Elliott
On Friday we took Elliott home from school, we gave him a tour of our house and we showed him where he was going to eat sleep and get bathed. I then took Elliott for a drive around the house in my Ferari car, Elliott and I loved this! We then took pictures together. Elliott and I went to bed and watched the film Captain Underpants and fell asleep.
On Saturday we all went shopping in the car, I thought Elliott was very excited, we took pictures. Elliott played on my trampoline and we made a mess in the back garden and I told my mam and dad that it wasn't me, it was Elliott! We then played on the go kart and had a game of football.
On Sunday Elliott helped my mam make a Sunday dinner for everyone while my dad, Jack and I went to football training. My mam said Elliott was a good help and good company. We then all ate Sunday dinner, it was beautiful. Elliott had a chill day today and had a very long nap!
We enjoyed having Elliott all weekend, it has been fab! :)
Circle time with Elliott
Today we took our circle time outside and sat on the tyres in the lovely Autumn sunshine. Here we had a good natter about what we would all do if we saw something that was wrong at school or at home. Children where brilliantly engaged in the session, discussing lots of different scenarios. We came to the conclusion that in all scenarios the best thing to do when you see something happening that isn't right is either to tell a teacher if you are in school or tell an adult if you are at home. We also discussed why it was important to tell a teacher/adult and how in school it is the teachers responsibility to look after pupils
and deal with any situation that isn't quite right.