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Ooops...something else I apparently ought to know!

Discussion in 'Primary' started by minnieminx, Jun 21, 2011.

  1. minnieminx

    minnieminx New commenter

    I am writing lesson plans for an inspection. Naturally they are on the official school lesson plan format as opposed to what I usually do.

    There is a box to show how the school's values are highlighted in the lesson. This sounds fine in principle, except I realise I haven't a clue what the school's values are!

    Any ideas on how to surreptitiously find out?
     
  2. Well obviously they differ from school to school but, with all due respect, if you are unsure of them, it would highlight that they have not been shared recently enough. If teachers are unaware, surely the children will be unaware of them too.
    Fellow staff may know.
     
  3. carriecat10

    carriecat10 Established commenter Community helper

    ours are on the school website in the prospectus ... might yours be there too?

    Carrie [​IMG]
     
  4. minnieminx

    minnieminx New commenter

    Not on the website, but yes probably in a prospectus somewhere.

    I'm sure I must know...probably...maybe...
     
  5. jacobgril

    jacobgril New commenter

    Don't know how much time you have but have you considered a whole class PSHE investigation to find out the school values. At least a homework task! Failing that they must be on the website or in a prospectus. The initials of our school values used to spell RATTED. Never failed to amuse. Good Luck!
     
  6. minnieminx

    minnieminx New commenter

    LOLOLOLOL!!!
     
  7. Cervinia

    Cervinia Occasional commenter

    Just write 'see 2nd sheet' in the box. On the 2nd sheet, write 'see third sheet'. Then 'see fourth sheet'. Etc. Continue this pattern until you've wasted as much of their time/paper as they've wasted of yours by asking you to complete this farce.
     
  8. minnieminx

    minnieminx New commenter

    LOLOL Would so love to do that...am too chicken though.
     
  9. jacobgril

    jacobgril New commenter

    Suggest to the Head that the children could do with one of his/her inspirational assemblies to refresh their memories.
     

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