Hello again to all parents, Hope you are ALL keeping well. Thank you to those who have supported the Anti-Bullying week with ONE KIND WORD.
Click the link below link to see what your children have been doing for Anti-bullying week.
Go on to Wellbeing with the rainbow sign and click KS1 or KS2.
We have moved into NOVEMBER, late autumn and early winter, with weather forecast closing in colder ready for winter!
This month people have celebrated Diwali the Hindu and Sikh festival of light, we have celebrated Remembrance Day for those we lost to war with Poppies and prayers, and today 19 November raising awareness of men’s health with International Men’s Day.
Here is a short video on What does it mean to be a man?
Our new challenge is walking to school.
Walking to school can be that bonding time, it’s when your child feels proud to be walking alongside you, talking, and being reassured, which helps them face the challenges of the day ahead.
There are many good factors to walking.
1. it’s good for your heart.
2. Saving the environment from pollution, exhaust fumes and traffic congestion.
3. Connecting with your child.
And last but not least saving lives by avoiding unnecessary accidents.
Look at week 3 of Autumn in Be kind to Yourself on benefits of Walking.
We will end this week guided meditation on positive energy, relaxation and peace