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Black Lives Matter

The Oak Academy has provided a lesson on this important topic. It would be beneficial to watch it with your child so you can discuss the issues raised. There are also Newsround episodes on I-player.


PSHE - SCARF - Being Kind


This plan is called ‘Be kind’. Mental Health Awareness Week (18-24 May) is focusing on the power and potential of kindness. Research shows that protecting our mental health is going to be key to us coping with and recovering from the coronavirus pandemic.


Kindness can be defined as "Doing something for yourself and others, motivated by genuine desire to make a positive difference."  We know from research that kindness and our mental health are deeply connected.  Research also shows that kindness can help with problems due to isolation and creates a sense of belonging. It helps reduce stress, brings a new outlook on a situation and deepens friendships.

Kindness to ourselves is also very important. It can help boost our self-esteem.  Kindness can even improve feelings of confidence and optimism.


To find out more about Mental Awareness Week, this year's 30 minute movement challenge,  and the reasons behind choosing the Kindness Theme click on the following link to take you to the website, where you will find more information and activities linked to the theme: