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Bridge Integrated Primary School

Educating resilient, reflective, resourceful, respectful learners

Celebrating Children's Mental Health Week 7-13th February 2022

This week Bridge and St Ronan’s joined  together to promote 'Emotional Health and Well-Being' through a variety of fun activities to celebrate Children's Mental Health Week.  This year's theme is 'Growing Together'.  Children are being encouraged to celebrate how much they have grown and how they can help others to grow. The anthem for the week will be, 'Reach' by S-Club 7 to promote discussion on reaching goals and the importance of taking small steps in order to develop as a person and achieve your full potential. Please feel free to sing along to this at home as well. A video produced by P.6&7 will follow later in the week.

During this week our curriculum is be relaxed and each day has an afternoon theme, a time for us all to pause and reflect on the importance of our wellbeing and on positive relationships.  We enjoy doing lots of fun relaxing things to make us all feel good.  Classes also enjoy Zoom workshops with our Shared Education partners, St. Ronan's.

Parents - keep an eye for more photos as the week progresses.

P1 plant cress seeds to see how they grow! 

Creative Art in P4 makes pupils feel good

On Monday 7th February we had a special visitor this morning in P1 - The Gruffalo was spotted in the grounds of Bridge IPS! Both P1 classes had a great morning looking for footprints and finding the mouse the fox the owl and the snake! Thankfully the Gruffalo was very well behaved! What a great start to the week!

This was the first of our shared activities with St Ronan's as part of Children's Mental health week.

' His eyes are orange and his tongue is black and he has purple spikes all over his back!'

Growing Together, Children’s Mental Health Week

As part of Children’s Mental Health Week, P3, Engage Groups, read the Very Hungry Caterpillar story