Global Citizenship Skills - looking after our Wellbeing
Together, let's grow into Global Citizens! You are valued, loved and unique.
During wellbeing week children thought about being valued, loved and unique...
A message from our Wellbeing Ambassadors
By practicing our Ways to Wellbeing, we are REACHing through play.
We would like everyone in school to be happy! We would like you to know what to do when you need help and know what can help you to feel good.
Our aim for the year, is to raise the profile of the role of the Wellbeing Ambassadors and the 5 ways to wellbeing.
We are children who have shown a real interest in championing positive mental health and wellbeing. We are keen to share what we know about mental health and advertise the importance of self-care. We have a responsibility for leading and promoting wellbeing throughout school. We will provide feedback on what’s working well and highlight any changes that are needed to our whole-school approaches to wellbeing.
We will promote wellbeing of everyone by:
- upholding our school values and sharing the catholic ethos
- listening to everyone's ideas
- celebrating achievements
- supporting at playtimes
Our first message to you is about what you can do everyday to help yourself feel good and we want you all to remember that these three things will help with mental wellbeing!
- Eat well
- Sleep well
At Lunchtimes and playtimes:-
We practice the 5 Ways to Wellbeing through REACHing to be the best that we can be.
We REACH through Faith, Hope and Love to practice our Ways to Wellbeing
Keep Learning Taking notice is about making the time to appreciate the world around us. Being aware of the present moment, and your own feelings and thoughts, can help you to positively change how you’re feeling about life.
Being around other people can help to boost our mood and helps us feel connected to the wider world. Putting aside time to develop relationships with people that make you feel happy can improve how you feel.
Evidence shows that improvements in your physical health can help improve your mental health. It could be something as simple as going for a walk, playing in the park or kicking a ball around.
Learning new skills can boost confidence and give you a sense of achievement. It may be that you choose to read a book or listen to you parents/carers/grandparents tell you something about their lives.
Helping others, saying thank you, or just giving someone a smile can help to improve your self-esteem and your wellbeing.
We are kind to everyone and play together!
Ways to Wellbeing
Try to complete all of the activities below... keep a diary and share what you have done in our Citizenship Skills Assembly.