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I'm really pleased with how well the children have taken to the Wellbeing Passport and would like to thank parents and carers for supporting the children. In my Wellbeing Lunch Club alone, the children have:

  • played pooh sticks
  • rolled down a hill
  • been paddling in the sea
  • made sandcastles
  • visited an old person
  • made a card for someone
  • made a gift
  • had a dance off
  • made an omelette
  • climbed with a harness
  • fed an animal
  • made a den
  • played Cluedo and Uno with their family members

FANTASTIC!

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