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Wellbeing Champions 

A warm welcome to our Wellbeing Champions Page. 

We would like to introduce ourselves:  Mrs Scott - Wellbeing Lead 

                                                                     Mrs Tesoriere - Wellbeing Champion Lead 

                                                                     Mrs Hawkins - Wellbeing LSA

                                                                     Mrs Reynolds- Wellbeing Governor

                                                                     Mrs Mitchell - Wellbeing Parent 

  Wellbeing Champions:  Keeley, Milo, Alexandra, Eva, Evie-Leigh,  Evan, Summer, Mikey,                                                              Meaghan, Rory, Gabe, Ava, Oliva, Freddie, Belle, Louis, Billy, Ava, Bertie,                                              Myleigh, Rueben, Scarlett, Aerin and Ethan 

 

If you have any concerns about a pupil's wellbeing please contact Mrs Tesoriere via phoning school or messaging her  at

K.tesoriere@educ.somerset.gov.uk. 

She will endeavour to get back to you within 5 working days.   

 

 

 

Wellbeing Champions

It is with great pleasure and pride that we can share some good news with you.  One of our wellbeing champions, Ava, decided to write a letter on behalf of the wellbeing champions to the Babington Trust charity to explain about our plans to create an indoor space to promote wellbeing.  We had identified the area as the rainbow room and had arranged a meeting to discuss possible resources that may be needed.  The Babington Trust Charity recognised the importance of this work and have awarded us a grant of £150.  We have now agreed a wish list and have sent it to Mrs Scott.  Well done Ava you are a great ambassador for the wellbeing champions. 

 

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank The Babington Trust for their generosity.  

 

 

Place2Be- helpful hints

I have been asked by the producers to share a useful website produced by Place2Be.  They are a fantastic supportive organisation that care deeply about supporting children and their families with  wellbeing and mental healthcare.  As we all know,  children don’t come with a handy guide to parenting and there is no one approach suits all.  With this in mind, Place2be have designed a website for parents, carers and teaching staff to access with quick and easy tips.  It is also helpful in highlighting how we are not alone in our concerns for our children.

 

You can access all the information via the link below.  I  will also highlight  a couple of areas through the school newsletter.  

 

Place2Be are delighted to share their newest website – Parenting Smart – a free online resource featuring practical advice and tried-and-tested tips for parents and carers of primary age children.

 

Parenting Smart is: 

 

  • Created by Place2Be’s parenting experts  
  • Based on evidence and our experience of working with children and families 
  • Designed with busy parents in mind, with short videos and articles  
  • Topics from meltdowns to friendship difficulties, from anxiety to the transition to secondary school 

Assembly of Kindness

Congratulations to Monday's wellbeing champions who wrote and presented an assembly to the rest of the school based on our who school theme kindness.  It included a mindful activity called High 5 Breathing, 10 tips on how to be kind and a recommended reading list of books that feature kindness.  They have also arranged for there to be a jar of kindness where a lucky dip will take place during achievers' assembly and this week's act of kindness will be read out.  Mrs Tesoriere was very proud of how well they spoke and how they all worked together so well.  

Wellbeing Breaktime  Support 

Mrs Tesoriere and us had a meeting to discuss our responsibilities during break times and we were presented with the rota that we had agreed.  In order for us to be easily recognised we wanted to be able to wear high vis' jackets.  We requested that they should be blue as we felt that was different from the adults and that it is a very calming colour.  We also wanted it to incorporate our wellbeing logo.  We were very pleased with the results.  

Logo Winner 

Congratulations to Faith Scoble for her winning entry in the wellbeing logo competition.  It has now been sent away to be made into the logo for the high vis' vests. 

Peace Garden

As wellbeing champions we were invited to take part in the opening of the peace garden which we were very honoured to do. 

Minutes of our Wellbeing Meetings:

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