Mental Health Awareness Week 2020
18th - 24th May
Below you will find a presentation to discuss with a family member. This will help you get a better understanding of the importance of kindness.
KS2 Competition: On the powerpoint for KS2 there is a competition you can enter!
Mental Health Awareness Week
Be kind to yourself challenge!
The Mental Health organisation (www.mentalhealth.org) are challenging us to be kind to ourselves.
How can I be kind to myself?
Your challenge is to be active for at least 30 minutes a day. Being active refreshes our mind and body and helps us to feel more positive. This challenge is for everyone!
What activities can I do?
- Yoga, walking, gardening, dancing, skipping or anything else you can think of. Let us know what your doing to stay active by emailing your year group email address. Good luck!
Welcome to all our wonderful pupils! We hope you are keeping safe and well.
During this difficult time of being away from school and our normal routine, it is important to look after our Emotional Health.
This page will have ideas for you to take time and make sure you are looking after your emotional well-being. You will see the emojis that are displayed in class, this will help you to recognise and share your feelings. Explore the resources to help support your emotional well-being.
Remember if you are worried or anxious you can speak to a family member or your teachers via your year group email. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org
Each day, spend six minutes writing about the following: three things you are grateful for, how you plan to make today great, a good deed you will do that day, how you plan to improve yourself and, at the end of it, some great things you experienced that day.
Remember you can also email your teachers too using the following format:
The mentors are also available:
Remember that emails are only looked at on 'normal school days'