Mental Health Awareness

To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week, pupils throughout the school spent last week reinforcing this year’s theme of ‘kind’. Year 3 carried out random acts of kindness in their homes and within their wider communities, including emails and letters for grandparents and family members (special mention to Alvin, Sam and James for their virtual musical renditions), flowers delivered to mums and neighbours and kind deeds for siblings. In doing so, the children were able to see first-hand how the little things in life can spread the biggest smiles; well done and thank you to Ms Bresland for the inspiration. Elsewhere, Amy-Charlotte and Chloe made magnets and key rings which they then posted through their neighbours’ letterboxes – and to spread further cheer, Mr Edgar asked his Year 1 class to create something that makes them happy. We love their work and are proud to be spreading kindness, all year round.

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3rd June 2020