If you shop at Aldi, or you know anyone that does, please make sure you ask for the stickers at the till. We need to fill this poster with stickers to have the chance to win £20,000 for sports equipment. Even if we don’t win the money, they send resources for a full sticker chart!! Please get collecting and send them into school.
To celebrate world mental health day a group of our primary and secondary students engaged in some active listening training by ‘time to change’ organisation. They focussed on developing their role in school as ambassadors for positive mental health and getting the message across that it’s ‘ok to talk’. This is our school pledge, promising to promote the time to change motto and being a school that supports positive mental health.
Lots of resources for parents can be found on the website
Yesterday, students from P4-P15 took part in a number of activities to promote positive mental health and wellbeing. These activities included mindfulness colouring, signing pledges to support positive mental health, sport, singing and art projects. As well as this we had a theatre company come and work with students in a number of workshops around mindfulness. The students and staff had a wonderful day and there was a lovely atmosphere in school with lots of happy faces! We even had a special guest singer…
One week into our election of head students we were asked to provide a idea of what the year 11 students wanted in a special area for them. Within a weeks time we were provided with the suitable request we had asked for. The new area is now in use with the foldable pool set and air hockey table.