Over the next couple of weeks, we will be supporting two important campaigns.
Children’s Mental Health Week: Feb 1st – 7th
We have lots of activities planned to bring our school community together and help support and look after the mental health and wellbeing of all pupils, at this particularly difficult and isolating time.
To help us to feel connected as a whole school community, we would like everyone to wear something blue on Wednesday. Whether families are attending school face-to-face or learning remotely, it would be great if you could wear an individual item or a whole outfit of blue, to remind us that we are all part of the same Bowmansgreen community, even if we cannot currently all be together at school.
There is a live assembly to launch the week – Monday morning at 9am. There will therefore be no morning meetings with class teachers on Monday so that all families can enjoy this assembly to launch the week and find out more about this year’s theme of ‘Express Yourself.’
Feeling Good Week: Feb 8th – 12th
To celebrate Feeling Good Week we will be focusing on the Five Ways to Wellbeing, which are:
- Be active
- Take notice
We are developing the Health and Wellbeing page of our school website, with information and resources that we hope you will find useful.
Thank you to Mrs Turner for recommending How to Stay Calm in a Pandemic by Dr Emma Hepburn which many families will find helpful and supportive at this current time.
Please could we remind all adults to wear face coverings on-site. Many members of our school community have underlying health conditions or other vulnerabilities which place them at greater risk of becoming very ill if they contract coronavirus.
The DfE has confirmed that schools will be closed to all pupils this February half-term. We ask that you email school (email@example.com) if a family member tests positive during this week so that we can notify close contacts from school.
Enjoy your weekend.