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Today is Children's Mental Health Day and we are encouraging all of our children and their families to take part in Place2Be's Children's Mental Health Week. The theme for this year is Express Yourself

Throughout the week you will be encouraged to explore healthy ways in which you can share your feelings, thoughts, or ideas, through creativity. 

Here are some practical ideas for you to try out in order to take good care of their mental health and well-being during lockdown:


Enjoy singing and dancing? Join in with irresistibly catchy songs and easy-to-follow dance routines to enhance your well-being.

PSHE - BBC Teach (songs and dances)

Enoy drawing? Follow these links to express your thoughts and feelings in a creative way.



In these difficult times, it's now more important than ever to have a friendly face. Take part in Friendly February:



For our younger children, why not explore different feelings and Dr Radha Modgil and the gang?

EYFS / KS1: Feeling Better - BBC Teach


Follow the link and scroll down to find some mindfulness clips:

Mindfulness Activities for Kids - Headspace


Keep fit and active with: 

joe wicks classroom workout - YouTube 

Cosmic Kids Yoga - YouTube

The Daily Mile | UK


Missing the outdoors during lockdown? Find some fun and interesting ways to bring nature indoors

Bringing the sunshine inside / RHS Campaign for School Gardening


Enjoy some free books, quizzes, videos or even learn how to draw some of your favourite characters at 

Have some fun | BookTrust


For fun stories and nursery rhymes for our younger children, visit: 

Hometime for children 5 and under | BookTrust


Spelling  Recap the words from Monday. Read the word, cover it up and then write it. Check to see if you got it right.

ar 1: dim rim him kid kit

Year 2: all ball call walk talk always small wall fall altogether.

You can test yourself at the end of the week to see how well you've done.

English:  Yesterday you used a comic strip to plan a diary entry for one of the best days you can remember. Today you're going to write your own diary entry about that day, whenever it was. Remember, when you write a diary it's like talking to yourself about something that's already happened (in the past tense), only you're writing it instead of saying it!  Try to include information about your thoughts and feelings, as well saying what happened. You can use the Diary helpful hints from Tuesday to help you.

Maths: Watch the video from yesterday again. Complete the number problems on the worksheet below. Use objects and sharing circles to help you find half of each number. 


Last week was about caring for the environment by recycling. Today is about 'Firefighters,' who are part of a large number of people who look after our community. As you watch this video about Izzy the firefighter, think about what skills are needed to do her job.