Right Now I Feel Emotions UK - Big Life Journal
Have a look at the Right Now I Feel Emotions UK - Big Life Journal and use this helpful guide at home to help your child express how they are feeling. Also learn how to raise a resilient child with strong coping skills
The Children’s Society has been researching young people’s well-being for more than 15 years and over that time they have surveyed more than 39,000 young people on how they feel about their lives. View Young-People-Guide-to-Stressful-Situations document to see;
Staying Fit and Healthy
There has never been a better time for us all to seek healthier and more sustainable ways to travel. We would like to take the opportunity to remind you of our school’s active travel map. This was created a few years ago BY OUR CHILDREN to encourage as many of us as possible to walk, cycle or scoot to school.
We realise that many of us do not live within walking distance of the school therefore our active travel map enables you to see our ten minute walk zone which we hope will enable you to ‘park and stride’ to school.
Parents and carers are also still welcome to use the Waitrose car park to reduce congestion around the school.
Cycle parking is currently limited at school due to the building of our new pastoral hub however we will be installing a new
cycle parking area as soon as we are able to—in the meantime park your bikes and scooters in the trim trail area if there’s no room under the entrance canopy.
Walk/ Cycle/ Scoot to School Challenge
Our ‘walk / bike / scoot to school fortnight from 5th – 16th October 2020 we will be recording which children in each class walk, bike or scoot each day to school. A soft toy will be sent to the winning class each day.
At the end of the fortnight the child in each class who has made the most effort to walk / cycle / scoot will be awarded a badge to keep.
Click here to download your Walk to school fortnight family walk pack
REMEMBER TO WEAR YOUR HELMET—SAFETY FIRST!