This year’s Mental Heath Awareness Week theme is to ‘connect with nature’.   We have been learning about this in class.  How can you do this at home? Click the link below for some ideas… https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/mental-health-awareness-week/tips Competition time! How can you connect with nature this week? 
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Good morning!  It is lovely to have all of the children back in school.  We hope you all had a wonderful Easter break and enjoyed getting out and about a little more than what we have been able to. For our Well-being Wednesday task this 
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Are you ready to take part in the Premier League Wellbeing Stars challenge? Our wonderful School Council have signed us up to this exciting opportunity and your class reps will be giving each child a ‘Well-being Week’ form for you to complete over the Easter 
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Click the link below to find out more about the importance of sleep, what happens if we don’t get enough sleep and what we can do to have good quality sleep. https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/findoutmore/help-me-out-sleep Activity: Can you design a new blanket that includes ideas for having a 
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“Creative activities can help children express and communicate both positive and negative feelings. To support your child’s mental health and wellbeing, especially during COVID-19, encourage them to develop a daily routine with breaks to do things they enjoy” (UNICEF) This week, our Well-being Wednesday activity 
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‘All day long, everyone in the whole wide world walks around carrying an invisible bucket.  You can’t see it, but it’s there…’ Click the link below to listen to the rest of this story, written by Carol McCloud. Activity Have you filled a bucket today?  
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With school opening on Monday 8th March, some children may have some concerns or questions about this. They may need some support with transitioning back into school life after another lockdown. This week, for Well-being Wednesday, there are several suggestions to help with this. Activity 
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I know that there are things we are all missing after being back in lockdown including school and our family and friends. Hopefully, over the next few months, things will start to change and we will be able to enjoy all the things we have 
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This week Mrs Taylor is recommending meditation and mindfulness and Mrs Anderson has posted some great activities for parents and children to do together, to maintain good communication and emotional connection. Teaching children to look after their minds is just as important as teaching them 
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As part of Children’s Mental Health Week, we have been learning about how we can express ourselves creatively. This can help us to share our thoughts and feelings, which is important for our mental health. Doing something that we enjoy can also be therapeutic and 
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