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Hello Yellow - Young Minds mental health awareness day

For 'Hello Yellow' Day Beech class took part in activities which helped us with our own well-being.  We tried out some desk yoga and dance, which was very relaxing.  We also created our own positivity banner messages- these will be displayed in our classroom so we can look at them when we need some support or a little pick me up.  Thank you to all the children who brought in so many coppers and money for a great cause.......we managed to make very long trails with the money brought in!

In Year 3 we collected autumn leaves and created our own new hairstyles with them. We also made a money chain with the coins donated by our children! We had a lovely relaxing afternoon!

In Year 3 and 4 we brought positivity and fun into our artwork. We tried to bring a smile to everyone with our Leaf Art. We even gave ourselves an Autumn wacky hairdo with leaves around our photographs. Great fun using our collected Autumn leaves. 

In Y4 we thought about mindfulness. We completed some mindfulness colouring activities and listened to some calming music. We thought about the things we were grateful for as well as the personal qualities we have!

Reception children have been very busy taking care of their minds - reading stories, exploring new places, walking in the fresh air, mindful colouring, crafting hats,yoga and lots more.

Birch class Enjoyed celebrating World Mental Health Awareness Day in class. They made worry monsters, described things that make then feel happy and completed some mindfulness art in the afternoon 💛💛

Year 6 relaxed and listened to a ‘gratitude tree’ guided meditation. We then talked about the things we are grateful for and made our own gratitude trees. We also had fun making a chain around the classroom with all the kind donations of coppers.

Oak Class used our coins to create words about being positive and how we can all try to keep a healthy mind! We had great fun!
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