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Children's Mental Health

Our Playground Rescue Squad!

At school, we have pupil questionnaires, to check how we are feeling. Following these, some changes may be made or new things introduced. We created the ‘Rescue Squad’ whose job it is to look out for other children in the playground and be there for younger children who may want our help to play games or sort out small problems. If the problems are too big, we go to the adults! But it is nice to have older buddies in the playground 😊

Where we can get help if we need it...

At school, we learn about the importance of our physical health and our mental health. We do this within different lessons such as RHE, (which includes PSHE) RE, PE, Computing and Science. We also have special days, where we focus on our Mental Health and Wellbeing. If we need extra help, then we know we can speak to a trusted adult in school. We also have posters on our toilet doors, to remind us what else we can do if we need help…

Anti Bullying Week 2023!

This week we have been re-calling our learning about bullying (including cyber bullying) what it is and how to deal with it if it ever happens. We began the week with Odd Socks Day, to mark our uniqueness. We are all individual and all special to God! We also took part in some interactive workshops online, which were great fun! Here are some snapshots of some us at work…

World Mental Health Day

Well done to all our children and staff, as we supported World Mental Health Day on Tuesday. The sight of yellow swept through our classrooms, playgrounds and staffrooms as we acknowledged the importance of this day. The children all engaged in various age-related activities to learn about mental health. Thank you very much, parents, for the donations that we received for this worthy cause!

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