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What happy minds we have!

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  • Festive jumper designs
  • Summer Happy Minds Art Gallery
  • Easter egg competition
  • Stories to help us look after ourselves
  • Amazing Express Yourself photos

 

Look after yourselves and remember how brilliant you each are!

 

 

Festive jumper designs

Summer Happy Minds Art Gallery

Our Galleries

What a gorgeous sunset. Dreaming of a tropical holiday now.

Characters from Genshim Impact.

Colourful sealife.

Adorable creatures. The socks comment is hilarious.

Always....

Bubble gum, yum yum.

Stars and a moon and a Tiger.

Love the Giraffe.

Very colourful.

Very pretty.

This is true....

Pretty flowers.

I would like to live here too.

I would like to live here.

Beautiful sunset.

Dreamy.

Super magnets: I  think the dog likes the look of that egg!

Another cutie.

Aww!

Let the battle commence.

Such a talented young man!!

So beautiful!

What a cutie.

What a great imagination.

The character called Summer Drift.

Eye eye.

Dragon in flight.

New life.

Summer fun.

Crazy patterns.

Purrrrr fect pictures.

Shadow and I.

Peace and harmony.

Rainbow patterns.

Colourful storm.

Beautiful sunset.

I am not looking so good! Ha ha.

Dreaming of space.

Beautiful Bluebird.

What a positive message.

Summery delights!

Looks lovely here.

The rules according to Miss L....

Ship ahoy!

These are certainly making me smile! How cute.

Sunset and sunrise.

What a cute rabbit.

What wonderful drawing and a great message!

This family clearly love animals as much as I do!

Lovely animals.

Inspired by "Amongst us".

What wonderful writing, from one of our youngest children!

How pretty!

What a handsome owl.

A winged cat.

A deer at sunset.

Urban summer sunset.

One very hot tree!

What a beautiful Summer sunset!

A rather wintery Summer!

Some philosophical thinking of one of our oldest children.

Some new ideas to try? Top 12 tips for improving mental wellbeing though nature.

Hello, 

 

My goodness, I miss you guys!

 

I can see from looking at the class pages you guys have been working so hard at home.

I am so proud of you all. 

Having to work at home is a big change and this can make us feel lots of different emotions and that is okay.

Its important to remember that its okay to feel sad and angry but we must keep  ourselves and others safe. Kind hands, Kind feet, Kind words.

 

If you are feeling mad, sad or worried you could:

  • draw
  • watch a yoga clip and take part
  • ask a grown up for help
  • hug your favourite toy
  • take deep breaths 
  • count backwards from 20
  • blow into your hands
  • play your favourite games 

 

I know we cannot be in school at the moment but your grown ups can call or email me and I will contact you if you need to talk .

 

Remember you are amazing!

Miss Strutt

 

As all of you know Miss Strutt has lots of lovely books about our feelings and emotions in The Bird's Nest. Here are lots of videos of those stories that you can watch at home and share with your families.

 

At the bottom of this page you will find a selection of the activities Miss Strutt completes in The Birds' Nest that you might look to complete at home. You can print (if you have grown ups permission) and if not write your answers down in your notepads.

The Squirrels Who Squabbled - Read Aloud

Another great moral tale, about two little squirrels with some big lessons to learn! Read By Ellie xx

While We Can't Hug

The Colour Monster - Read by Sherry

The Colour Monster - by Anna Llenas. Read aloud by Sherry.💖 Get the book 'The Colour Monster' : https://amzn.to/3jO2iiG🛒 Search for books on Book Depositor...

The Day the Crayons Quit - Animated Read Aloud

A humorous story about a rogue box of crayons. The Day the Crayons Quit is written by Drew Daywalt and illustrated by Oliver Jeffers. Animation done in Adob...

The Huge Bag of Worries

Bedtime Stories | Katie Piper | Ruby's Worry | CBeebies

Hey Warrior

A book for kids about anxiety - because kids can do amazing things with the right information.

The Invisible String

A wonderful story about how being apart from those you love doesn't mean you are all alone. When you love someone, you are always connected by your invisible...

How Big Are Your Worries Little Bear? (A Children's Book Reading)

Jayneen Sanders reads 'How Big Are Your Worries Little Bear?', a story to help children manage and overcome anxiety, anxious thoughts, stress and fearful sit...

Ruby Finds a Worry by Tom Percival Ruby's Worry (Read Aloud) | Storytime

Please join us for a dramatic read of Ruby Finds a Worry, Ruby's Worry by Tom Percival read by Miss Jill.Great story about feelings and overcoming anxiety an...

Wilma Jean the Worry Machine BlueConvert com

Daily Wellbeing Journal- If you are happy to share your journal with Miss Strutt, please ask your grown up to send via email

Express yourself gallery!

Mrs Leveridge, school governor

These are my favourite things, travel and cats. Can you guess who? I am a teacher and I also love pringles!

Express yourself-sisters!.mp4

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Express yourself with . . . dance!.mov

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How I like to express myself!

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I am individual because I like Motorcross!

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Express yourself through dance.MOV

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Our self-expression in Falcons bubble!

Dodo's express yourself! Can you guess who?


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