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Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) Education

Week 8  Thoughts and Feelings

 

Over the course of this week, we would  like you to complete this thoughts and feelings pack to prepare for our return to school next Monday (whoop!) You should consider how you are feeling and also the different strategies advised to regulate your emotions.  Please carefully consider what you'd like to write on your 'things I'd like to tell my teacher' sheet as we would like you to bring these in with you next week if you can. 

 Week 7 - An Attitude of Gratitude 

Week 6 Captain Sir Tom Moore  

 

 

Do you recognise the man in the picture? Captain Sir Tom Moore raised over £33 million for the NHS by completing 100 laps of his garden for his 100th birthday! Captain Tom began raising funds to thank NHS staff who helped him with treatment for cancer and a broken hip, he originally aimed to raise just £1000 but quickly passed his target! Read through the slides Mrs Carter has kindly shared with us, all about Captain Tom Moore’s incredible achievement, and watch the video, where Boris Johnson speaks about Captain Sir Tom.  Talk about how sometimes it’s not the biggest actions that can have the biggest impact and that all of the things that we do affect the world around us! Captain Tom didn’t even leave his garden but managed to raise a lot of money and raise the spirits of the nation! Can we think of anything we can do at the moment to help others? It's important to remember that however small we think our actions are, we can all contribute to help make a positive difference to the world around us. At some point, to someone or something, our actions really do matter!

Prime Minister: Captain Sir Tom Moore was 'a beacon of hope for the world'

The Prime Minister has released a video statement following news of the death of Captain Sir Tom Moore.Boris Johnson called him a "hero in the truest sense o...

   Week 5 -Expressing Ourselves 

 

Following a big chat with one of our lovely 3/4 children last week, I wanted to start off Children's Mental Health Week by thinking about how we can use poetry to express ourselves. I'm sure many of you are aware that just a couple of weeks ago in the United States of America, there was a ceremony called an inauguration. This is when Joe Biden was sworn in, which means that he officially became the next President of the United States.

Like many people across the world, I watched this ceremony and was really inspired by many different things - including Kamala Harris being the first female, African American and Asian American Vice President! But it didn't end there! I was completely in awe and lost for words (almost, but Mrs Jones does like a chat) by the amazing poem written and recited by the youngest Poet Laureate called Amanda Gorman.

Amanda Gorman really expressed how she was feeling in response to recent events in the USA, reflecting on these and then sharing her vision for the future.

This is one of the joys of poetry as it really allows you to express how you might be feeling and helps give voice to your inner thoughts and feelings that are sometimes difficult to speak about. 

 

WATCH: Amanda Gorman reads inauguration poem, 'The Hill We Climb'

Amanda Gorman, a 22-year-old poet, read an original work at President Joe Biden's inauguration on Jan. 20.After Biden was sworn in as the nation's 46th presi...

This week, I would like you to try to Express Yourself through poetry. You might want to write about a particular feeling that you are experiencing - your thoughts and how your body responds. You might want to write about the lockdown and  being at home - how this has affected everyone's lives, your appreciation for Key Workers, or perhaps a poem of hope for the future. You might even want to write about someone is really important to you and show them what they mean to you.  Click on the link below and have a listen to some of the poems you like the sound of; they might help to inspire you to write yours smileyheart

Week 4 - Special People and Relationships

 

This week we are going to be exploring what makes a relationship happy and healthy. 

 

Have a look at the PowerPoint below then please have a go at the activities.  

Week 3 

 

Over the past year, we have heard the term Key Workers a lot and celebrated how these people have kept the country going during the coronavirus pandemic. 

 

One type of Key Worker who we have been really grateful for is NURSES! They have been on the frontline fighting this horrible virus...but what does a nurse actually do?

 

The text below is called 'A Day in the Life of a Nurse' and explains a nurses general day-to-day duties. There are two activities for you to choose between: a comprehension or dictionary research - you could pick one, or you could complete both.

 

Here is another quick activity for you for when you need some calming time. Why not play some music to create a peaceful environment? 

Week 2

 

Mind is a charity who support and offer guidance to people who may be struggling with their mental health. Because many people are finding things a little trickier than usual at the moment, Mind have designed a wellbeing challenge for children to encourage you to think about what makes you calm, what is good about you, what you appreciate, what we can do to be kind and what good deeds we can undertake to share our kindness with others. We’d like you to give this a go this week – you will hopefully really enjoy the activities.

Have a look below at this little selection of Wake and Shake activities includes dance lessons, breathing exercises and a quick HIIT workout. 

KIDS MEDITATION - SQUARE BREATHING (Focus & Calm)

Five(ish) Minute Dance Lesson: Salsa, Level 1

Super fun KID'S Workout! 8-Minute HIIT fitness class for kids. Let's Kid Fit GO!

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