NED show update

The NED show was a great success and the children are persevering with their new Craze of the Week!

Follow the links in our website page ” CURRICULUM/PSHCE ” to download the NED Show Yo Yo Factsheets. These have information about the different yo yos which may help you, and information about NED’s Six Trix which the children are encouraged to learn.

Never give up

Encourage others and

Do your best


The NED Show

The NED show is here for KS1 and 2 children as part of their PSHCE education: Never give up; Encourage others and Do your best.

  • Children will be able to watch the experts perform magic and tricks with yo yos.
  • Children will have the opportunity to buy Yo Yos and other gadgets after school at 3.15pm from 29 Jun to 5 July.
  • Children will develop their use of values such as perseverance, confidence, kindness and encouragement by engaging with these activities.
  • Parents please refer to the letter on the back of the 23rd. and 30th. June newsletters.

Follow the links in our website page ” CURRICULUM/PSHCE ” to download the NED Show Yo Yo Factsheets.

The link below will take you to the NED website:  This link has videos showing you how to perform tricks with yo yos.

At Rushey Green we teach the children about ‘Values’ Education

At Rushey Green we teach the children about ‘Values’ Education.  

This helps children learn how to behave and how to be respectful, honest, compassionate, caring and responsible citizens. Our ‘Value’ for the month of March is ‘Hope’.  Have a look at the work the children have produced to celebrate and understand what they think ‘Hope’ is. 

 In Reception we read the story of ‘Lost and Found’ by Oliver Jeffers. It tells the story of a boy who finds a penguin. The boy attempts to return the penguin to the south pole.

After we read the story we talked about how the penguin felt ‘hopeless’ and how the boy gave him hope by helping him.

We asked the class whether they had ever felt hopeless and what gave them hope. 

“I felt hopeless when I lost my Aunty in Lewisham. I felt hopeful when a woman in the shop found me and we looked for my Aunty together” (Safa)

“I felt hopeless when I got in to trouble, when I told my mum I felt better” (Ilias)

“I felt sad because no one wanted to be my friend. I then asked Martin and he played with me” (Amarachi)

Our photos show a selection of poems from year 3 and a display using doves to express the thoughts about Hope in year 4.  In the Nursery, the children used finger prints to make the word ‘Hope’ while year 1 and year 2 have produced posters with 2C making the outline of the word ‘Hope’ with their bodies.