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#Hello Yellow Day

For World Mental Health Awareness Day, we wore yellow clothes and took part in mindfulness activities including colouring and listening to calming music. It is very important that we look after our mental health as well as our physical.

Chestnut class had a relaxing afternoon on #HelloYellow Day creating thankfulness trees whilst listening to calming music (and enjoying a pack of mini Jammie Dodgers!). Their work will also form part of our Worship display in class.

For 'Hello Yellow' Day Beech class took part in activities which helped us with our own well-being.  We tried out some at our desk yoga and dance, which was very relaxing and we played a 'seeing things differently' game which helped us to become more aware of our surroundings that we often overlook.  In the afternoon, we went swimming which was a wonderful activity to support our well-being!

Cedar class enjoyed an afternoon of wellbeing. We took part in a yoga session, went for a lovely walk in the countryside and did some mindful colouring. We had ‘afternoon tea’ and solved the word searches that Lucas kindly created for us. We went home feeling very relaxed.