P5/6 October Holiday Challenge : Make the world a better place
Your holiday assignment this term is designed to ensure that you make the most of the time off school, whilst at the same time giving you an opportunity to develop your skills and improve your HWB.
Over the holiday, your mission is to complete 2 or more of the challenges listed below. Have a look at the challenges now. If you have already completed some, ignore those and concentrate on the other ones.
Try to select challenges that won’t be too easy for you to complete: the ones that you think are harder are more likely to be more rewarding. You don’t have to complete all the challenges listed, but give as many challenges as you can a try. ??
??It’s sometimes easy to think that growing up is all about school, and that school is all about grades. The “to do list” presented overleaf is a challenge to all Year Seven students: try and complete every one of these thirty challenges before your thirteenth birthday. Each one is important. Each one will help you on your journey to becoming an adult, and help you live a happier life. ??Growing up in the twenty first century isn’t easy, and there are lots of pressures on your time that can sometimes distract you from doing what you are supposed to, but completing the challenges on this list will help remind you what is important…
??Recording Your Experiences:
Once you have completed your selection of challenges, you could pop a video or post in class Dojos to share what you did, what happened and how it made you feel.
I hope that students find the challenges listed both beneficial and rewarding, as well as memorable. The challenges should all be possible with little or no input from adults, and with little or no resources. If parents or siblings want to join in, then all the better!
?Tell someone how much they mean to you .
?Do a household chore without being asked.
?Dream about your future and decide what you need to do to get there.
?Read a book by an author you’ve not heard of.
?Take some time to relax.
?Sort out what you don’t need and give something to charity.
?Speak out when you see something you don’t think is right.
?Walk a journey that you would usually take by car. ?Write to your MP, about an issue you think is important. ?Put on your welly boots and splash in a puddle with your family or friends.
?Make a hot drink for you and your family.
?Spend some time outside every day.
?Write a list of things you would like to accomplish by the time you are 12.
?Make s gift for a friend to make them happy.
?Hand write a letter to someone special and post it.
?Switch off your on-line presence and avoid all electronics or internet for 1 day.
?Make a list of all the positive things that you can be thankful for.
?Talk to an older relative about your family history.?Pick up someone else’s litter.
?Carve a pumpkin.
?Bake a cake for someone.
?try a new food you have not tried before.
?Learn to play a song on a musical instrument.
?Skim a stone.
?Make a list of 10 things you like about you.?
?Talk to an older relative about when they were young.
?help cook your favourite meal.
?Research a charity and organise a fundraising event.?Learn a magic trick.
?listen to some new songs .
Remember: the more challenges on this list that you complete, the happier you are likely to become. Make the world a better place