Mental Health Awareness Week
In May, our school community came together for Mental Health Awareness Week, enjoying a range of activities linked to the ‘Connect to Nature’ topic, to develop their understanding of the subject.
Pupils connected with nature as they played with rosemary and thyme scented playdough and wished their worries away with rainbow ribbon wands they created themselves. Other classes baked delicious leaf shaped biscuits, created artwork using natural objects they found in the playground and ventured to the Growing Garden to water plants and enjoy getting their hands dirty as they did so!
Lower School Red Pathway pupils enjoyed looking for and drawing numbers and shapes in their outdoor maths lesson and their gross motor development interventions in the Growing Garden. Pupils also spent time exploring the Arts as they painted whilst listening to different music as a Thrive Activity.
MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK GALLERY