Well-being week is under way at EHPS. With visits from the lifebus, daily PSCHE, mindful moments, drop in yoga, healthy food making, e-safety lessons from our digital leaders, an e-safety performance for Yr5 and Yr6 and many more activities! Please share your best moments so far. Photos to follow later in the week …
For the next few weeks, we will be focusing on the emotion of love. We will discover different forms of love and think about how they feel. At home please discuss different forms of love and comment below with ideas of how these different forms of love are celebrated. This is linked to the celebration […]
Our first SMILE topic of 2018 is ‘Hopes and Dreams.’ Please make some New Year’s Resolutions at home and post them here.
This half-term we are discussing sadness in our SMILE sessions. Please have a discussion with an adult at home about sadness. Use these questions to help: What makes you feel sad? What are the physical symptoms of sadness? What are the mental symptoms of sadness? How do national days such as Remembrance Sunday help people […]
As part of our current SMILE topic ‘Self-Esteem’ Year 3 considered the word unique. What does it mean to be unique? What is unique about us? How does this make us special? The children loved looking closely at themselves with mirrors and magnifying glasses and enjoyed using their findings to create fabulous finger print art! […]
Year 3 have begun to learn about ‘Self-Esteem,’ to celebrate our strengths we made a class paper chain of all of things that are special about us. We completed the sentence ‘I love me because….’ to make the links of the chain.
For the remainder of this half term we will be looking at Self-Esteem in our PSHE lessons. What does it mean to have good Self Esteem? Please comment …
Year 3 loved exploring different communities through role-play. We acted out different scenarios where communities work together and asked and answered the following questions: What does it mean to be a part of a community? How does it feel to be a part of a community? How do communities help and support each other? Can […]
This half term we are learning all about communities in our SMILE sessions. What does it mean to be a part of a community? Can you be a part of more than one community? How do communities help each other?
A HUGE thank you to all who attended or donated to our very first SMILE Café. The event was a great success, it was amazing to see so many parents, children, staff and community members support our initiative …