Lunchtime Activity Group/School Council
Each class has a variety of activities taking place over lunchtime these are all linked to the 5 ways of wellbeing and focus on a different area each day.
Primary 1 are playing target games using bean bags, the magic carpet, playground equipment, tig and outdoor resources. They are also learning to play alongside each other passing balls to one another and making crafts to share with other classes. They are sharing favourite songs and stories together and are focusing on a different celebratory day each week, eg Earth day, Bee day.
Primary 2 pupils are listening to music, learning a new word or sign, making cards, using the parachute and friendship band, planting a sensory area, and enjoying the outdoor play equipment.
Secondary pupils are taking part in Cosmic kids’ yoga, exploring different stories, creating a Kindness tree, growing herbs, and playing team games.
14-16 practice action songs, look at how to care for their clothes, demonstrate kindness, listen to different tempos and genres of music, showing their individual preferences, explore how their friends travel to school and access the playground.
16-19 students take part in outdoor activities, ball and team games, nature walks listening and looking for birds and wildlife, Yoga, and enjoy making up their own dance routines on Fridays.
Our School Council is made up from a representative from each class. This term we have been looking at the 5 ways of wellbeing these are:
Connect – talk and listen, be there, feel connected. We play parachute games, put balls on the parachute, play board games, musical statues and friendship band games.
Give – your time, your words, your presence. We carry out random acts of kindness, recycle our rubbish.
Take notice – remember the simple things that give you joy. We go on walks together, we participate in YOGA and massage and we explore nature.
Keep learning – embrace new experiences, see opportunities surprise yourself. We try to learn a new word/sign, listen to new music or read new books.
Be Active – do what you can, enjoy what you do, move your mood. We enjoy riding our bikes, accessing the play equipment, dancing with our peers, play target games.
Amazing communincation and organisation
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Acting Headteacher: Mrs Kirsty Ashton
Bleasdale School, 27 Emesgate Lane
Silverdale, Carnforth, Lancashire
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