Firstly, I wanted to send you and your families warm wishes and I do hope that your are all safe and well.
During Lockdown it is so important that we look after our well-being as it can be a difficult time for both children and grown ups.
To support you, I have been researching resources that you and your families can use at home.
Please follow the links below!
If you have any pictures of yourselves looking after your well-being or doing any of these activities, then please email them to your class teachers. They will then forward them onto me and I would very much love to see what you have been doing (and your smiley faces!). I will then put them up in the Ark when we return to school.
Missing you all and sending virtual hugs!
Mindfulness Activities for children
How to teach children to be grateful
SUPPORTING YOUR CHILD’S HEALTH & WELLBEING
We recognise that there may be times when our pupils, and perhaps their families too, might need additional support and understanding. We pride ourselves on being a listening and a safeguarding school and would encourage you to come and speak with us.
Health and Wellbeing is at the very heart of the philosophy for Broughton School. Not only for our children but for the staff, parents and local community too. We are passionate about ensuring that everyone who is part of TEAM Broughton is happy, as Happiness is one of our Learning Behaviours, both in mind and body. A new 'Wellbeing' room will be ready to support this philosophy from April 2019 and we are beginning our first ever Yoga Classes for children. Our Wellbeing Team at Broughton are experienced members of staff with some 'Growing their Brain' and attending counselling courses to then help support the Broughton Community.
There are some links below to find out a little bit more about keeping healthy in body and mind as well as Adult Education Courses provided by Broughton Infant School!
Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility and you too, can help with this.
Concerned about ..?
The safety, neglect or welfare of a child (yours or someone else’s)
Your own safety or welfare
Then, speak to one of us