Wellbeing Lunch Club

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For our mental health and wellbeing, it is important that we are active and take time out to try new things. This term we are giving each of our children a Wellbeing Passport with the aim of giving the children lots of ideas to be creative, be sociable, be curious and thoughtful.

There are 100 activities to choose from. The activities can be as simple as learning to skim as stone, set the table for a meal and then wash the pots to learning five jokes to share. Others involve visiting an art gallery or museum, playing a board game or learning to climb with a harness. Many of the activity ideas are free and can be undertaken with family members or friends and hopefully all will be fun.

When they have completed an activity, the children are encouraged to tick it off on their Wellbeing Passport and then come and share what they have done at their weekly Wellbeing Lunch Club. The children were really enthusiastic about the passport when it was shared today in assembly.

Also, we are delighted that our innovative Wellbeing Lunch Club has been included inthe Cheshire East Safeguarding Newsletter that goes out to all Cheshire East schools with the aim of sharing good practice. You can find us on Page 3 of the Newsletter. Happy reading!

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