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At the bottom of this page, you will find the Year 2 Weekly Plan and the Key Stage 1 Basic Skills Daily Plans (for those children who find shorter tasks easier to do or those with additional needs).
There are still a few Home Learning Packs that haven't been collected from outside the school office. If you would like one but are unable to collect, please contact us and we will try to help.
Remember, if you need any help at all, you can call the Well-being phone on 07850 903 896.
World Wellbeing Week
It’s #WorldWellbeingWeek and we are sure that many of you will agree that this year has been challenging physically and emotionally for lots of children and adults, and it’s important that we recognise this.
This week is to raise awareness about mental health and provide young people as well as adults with the tools and knowledge to help manage their mental health. Remember it’s okay to not be okay, it’s okay to cry and it’s okay to have bad days, we are all human and we are doing our best ❤️.
If you wish to get involved, below are resources for children and adults that will help support and improve wellbeing:
-Wellbeing Hub: https://bit.ly/2Nly7RY
-A blog about managing anxiety and worries for both children and adults by Paula Williams, a consultant educational psychologist: https://bit.ly/3hRWN2E
Also, email@example.com support with the follwoing and may be helpful to you.
Emotionally healthy, happy and resilient- supporting families to develop and retain positive relationships
Behaviour choices that promote safety and wellbeing – including reduction in participation of risky behaviours
Socially connected, resilient and resourceful families- supporting people to connect with peers and communities
Healthy inter-parental/guardian and family relationships- effective communication and conflict resolution