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Take a risk?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Bookshelf2012, Mar 7, 2012.

  1. Mrswindows 54, As Health & safety Coordinator i feel I should remind you to have all neccessary risk assessments completed before you begin.
    nick909 - paper cuts could cause serious damage - are you sure all that writing in books was necessary?!?
  2. pachamama

    pachamama New commenter

    I agree, taking them outside is a great idea and will probably get them really engaged. Hopefully it will be really cold and those observing will think twice before suggesting such an idea again.
    Brings back memories of a rugby P.E lesson I taught, ofsted were observing. It was freezing cold so she stood and watched from inside the link corridor. I got brilliant feedback!
  3. Chalk in the yard sounds a good idea. Could ask them to draw various thing as a estimate of how big things are. Like an elephant!

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