Manta-rays say ‘Happy Easter!!’

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  • Easter Holiday Activities

    Do you want to stay active, healthy and entertained over Easter? Then look no further than the HABS Family Support Team Easter Holiday Camp! Over Easter there are…

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  • Reading Challenge Term and Sponsored Read

    Thank you to our community for supporting our Reading Challenge Term and Sponsored Read. So many of our children have really tried hard to read every day and extend…

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  • The Easter raffle is underway!

    Get yourself a ticket for a chance to win one of our chocolate-packed hampers! Tickets are £1 each or £3 for a strip – available at the office…

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  • Easter Celebrations

    Easter raffle Based on the huge success of our Christmas hampers we are going to raffle Easter hampers this year. To make this possible we are requesting donations…

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  • Science, RE and more in Reception

    We’ve had a very busy, but fun last few weeks in Angelfish and Starfish. The children (and staff!) all enjoyed Science Week where we carried out lots of…

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Wishing everyone a very Happy Easter, looking forward to seeing you next Term 🙂

Well-being Award for Schools.

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Wormley is working towards the achievement of the Well-being Award for Schools and we have been working very hard as a school to meet, promote and achieve some key objectives since our launch of ‘Hello Yellow’ Day in October 2017.

Here are some of the key objectives we have committed  to promoting and securing at Wormley:

  • Ensuring emotional well-being and mental health are at the heart of our school’s aspirations
  • All relevant policies connect with emotional well-being and mental health
  • To create an awareness across the whole school community of the importance of emotional well-being, including it’s impact on academic performance
  • Implement positive ways of talking about, and removing the stigma around, mental health.
  • Positive well-being interventions to support the whole school community
  • Provide clear external pathways for specialist services and signposts to online information
  • Pupil voice mechanisms are in place and used at regular points- involving our Pupil Parliament.
  • Work with other schools to share best practice and new learning around good mental health and well-being.

 

 

 

 

Our next step is to develop ‘Well-being Champions’ from across the whole school community….

Please contact us for further information if you would like to be involved!

Good Mental Health and Well-being- information to parents.

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Our new information leaflet for parents to support Good Mental Health and Well-being will soon be available on our website  and copies can be obtained at the Tea and Toast Morning for parents- March 7th at 9am or from the main school office thereafter.

 

It includes 10 Top Tips for Good Mental Health and Well-being as well as helpful signposting websites which are user friendly .

Manta-rays Lunch

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Manta-rays lunch has been running for a term. All the children have thoroughly enjoyed being part of a group, which has allowed them to make new relationships with peers of different ages, play alongside and explore new activities together.

#HelloYellow

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Tuesday 10th October: Mental Health Awareness Day

Did you know that three children in every classroom are likely to have a diagnosable mental health condition?

We will be raising awareness of good mental health and well-being by joining in with national Hello Yellow Day. Throughout the day the children will have the opportunity to experience a range of activities designed to promote good mental health and emotional well-being. Each child will receive a special yellow sticker to wear on the day but they are also invited to come dressed in yellow clothing or with yellow accessories.

Well-being Award

This year Wormley Primary is participating in the national Well-being Award because we want to maintain the well-being of everyone in our school community.  We will be raising awareness and providing opportunities to explore techniques to improve well-being through a wide range of activities inside and out of the classroom.

Why does it matter?

  • 1 in 10 children and young people, aged 5-16, suffer from a diagnosable mental health
    problem such as depression, anxiety or an eating disorder. That’s around 3 children in
    every classroom.
  • 10% of young people deliberately harm themselves regularly.
  • 3/4 of long-lasting mental ill health starts before the age of 18