What have we done so far?
- Held an assembly in Autumn 1 to introduce ourselves to the school, explain what our role is and what wellbeing means
- Held a parent and carers wellbeing session in Autumn 2 to explain our role and to promote social wellbeing amongst parents – mince pie, coffee and chat, the school choir joined us in providing festive entertainment.
- Shared mindfulness strategies in Spring 1 to promote strategies to help other pupils cope and calm themselves in stressful situations.
- We had a training session with Jane Johnson the Lancashire Partnership Wellbeing Warrior to gather ideas of how we can develop our roles further and to gain a better understanding of the three areas of wellbeing – physical, emotional and social.
What would we like to develop further next?
- Update our Wellbeing Warriors Display board
- Organise some physical wellbeing challenges for the playgrounds
- Organise a #letgirlsplay event to tie in with the national day on 8th March to link to our work on equality
- Develop the calm corner area of the playground in the summer term once the building work has been completed
We are looking for our new Wellbeing Warriors from KS2 for 2022-23!
Do you think you could fill this important role? Would you wear the purple cap with pride? Do you care about others and value the importance of looking after both your own and others' wellbeing? Are you a good listener?
If so we would love you to take on this leadership role in school. Children in Years 3-6 are invited to apply by writing a letter to your class teacher to explain why you think you would make an amazing Wellbeing Warrior.
Deadline = Monday 31st October 2022
Our Wellbeing Warriors gave assemblies across school to explain their role to the other children. Please have a look at their PPT below to have a look at some of the information they shared.