This week, we celebrated our second pupil well-being day.
The morning session looked at our mental well-being where we were able to complete a number of activities such as: making a caring tree, being sleepy starfish, cloud watching and writing kindness poems.
Our afternoon was full of activities which encouraged us to be more active. These included: dancing to our favourite songs, playing balloon volleyball, building an obstacle course and creating a poster about different ways we can keep physically active.
This week is Children’s Mental Health Week- the theme is Express Yourself.
We have been promoting this through our Pupil Wellbeing Day on Monday.
There were lots of fun activities to choose from including: a letter hunt, making a sock puppet, redesigning a front cover of our favourite book and writing postcards to say thank you. Take a look at some of our work.