Well being Lunch Clubs

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Each week, all the children in years 1-6 will spend one lunchtime (30 mins) with a key adult engaging in the social situation of eating lunch together and taking part in meaningful conversation.

Why do we do this and what do we want to achieve for our children?
Our aim is to develop and secure the social, emotional and mental well-being of all our children.
How:

  • Let every child know they matter
  • Give every child a voice
  • Encourage self-belief and for each child to know that they have someone who believes in them
  • Build each child's confidence to use their voice and share their problems
  • Give each child someone who will listen to them (other than their teacher/teaching assistant)
  • Make each child feel safe
  • Ensure each child enjoys the time they share together and has fun
  • Provide the children with strategies to 'cope' with tricky or difficult situations
  • Each child is well-known to adults beyond the classroom
  • Build each child's friendship groups across the school

    Why?
    ...because we all matter

    Skills:

  • Turn taking
  • Good listening
  • Respect
  • Tolerance
  • Kindness
  • Resilience
  • Self management
  • Self awareness
  • Social awareness
  • Relationship skills
  • Responsible decision making

    This Autumn term's Well Being Lunch Club focus is on understanding our feelings and emotions.
    We are using children's story books and photographs to lead discussions, supporting the children's expression of their emotions through emojis.

    For the Spring Term we will be focussing on the theme There are no outsiders in our school.