Mental Health Awareness Week is the UK's national week to raise awareness of mental health and mental health problems and inspire action to promote the message of good mental health for all. The theme this year was ‘Kindness’. The Mental Health Foundation defines kindness as: “doing something towards yourself and others, motivated by genuine desire to make a positive difference”.
Kindness and mental health are deeply connected. At this difficult time, we want to celebrate the many examples of exceptional kindness we are seeing in our school, as people go above and beyond to make a positive difference for the members of our school community.
Kindness Cup Role of Honour
The Place2Be virtual Kindness Cup provide an opportunity to recognise the children, teachers, parents/carers and other individuals who have made a positive difference through their kindness at this challenging time.
|Olivia Cusack (8 Winefride)
||Gabi Molyneux (10 More
|Fiona Dennett (10 More)
||Jessica Owen (7 Kolbe)
|Neve Donal (10 More)
||Eleanor Ryan (10 Fisher)
|Erin Duffy (10 Plessington)
||George Slann (7 Plessington)
|Sophia Holden (10 Plessington)
||Melissa Taylor (7 Fisher)
|Emily Linford (10 Winefride
||Isabelle Tilling (10 Plessington)
|Neive Miller (8 More)
|Mr B Johnson
|Mr P Johnson
Random Acts of Christmas Kindness
Any pupil or member of staff can nominate someone for a Random Act of Christmas Kindness. The postbox is located outside the Augustine Centre. Celebrate Christmas kindness throughout December!
Find Mental Elf
Accept the challenge and see if you can find our 'Mental Elf' out and about in the school!
Each day the elf will have a different name.
Spot him 10 times in the next two weeks and record all the names on your entry sheet
The winning entry will receive a chocolate and sweets hamper!