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Blue

 Theme   

The blue theme relates to adaption and new ways of thinking. it consider building resilience and broadening skills for children and young people. It also works on encouraging self-belief to enable skills development and learning. 

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EYFS

build

believe

broaden

KS1

build

believe

broaden

KS2

build

believe

broaden

KS3/4

build

believe

broaden

 Resources.

 

Tips for developing resilience form Positive psychology 

https://positivepsychology.com/resilience-activities-exercises/

RESILIENCE programme 

www. partnersinpsychology.co.uk

Recovery Curriculum 

https://www.evidenceforlearning.net/recoverycurriculum/#mentalhealth

01/

resilience through listening

opportunities for children and staff to be listened to will be vital during the transition period. Develop listening skills and listening time in school to hear each others expereincess 

02/

dealing with mixed emotions as a normal experience

normalise emotions and confusion following periods of uncertainty. acknowledge changes but, enable students by identyfying feeling mixed emotions as a normal expereince

03/

focussing on restoring balance for children  

introduce the concept of balance to children- children can develop balance materials such as a card scale to indicate their daily feelings of balance 

04/

encouraging creativity

encourage pupils to share ideas and creativity from home as well as school. where restrictions of home resources are necessary take photos or document things electronically 

04/

fostering enagagement 

encourage pupils to engage in something new. encourage trying new things and embracing change as opportunity. you can use a theme of 'new notes' of the week to record and celebrate new endeavours and successes including new friends, new skills, new teachers etc

  Whole School.  Bright Ideas 

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