Corpus Christi Catholic Primary Academy
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Over the past two weeks we have been thinking about how to look after our mental health. We started with a whole school assembly and considered times when we feel sad, angry, upset and disappointed. The children were very articulate about how to deal with these emotions and thought of lots of ways to manage these feelings. Each class then spent time completing activities in class linked to their own mental health.
Reception thought about how they have grown and how they have changed at each stage.
Year 1 planted seeds and considered changes that occur naturally and then linked this to how we grow, change and manage the emotions that go alongside change.
Year 2 discussed their goals in life and how they can manage their feelings in order to achieve. They practised singing and dancing to ‘reach for the stars’ to remind them of their dreams.
Year 3 thought about how they have grown during their time at Corpus Christi and how we have changed to understand their emotions better.
Year 4 created support balloons and considered who they can turn to when they need support.
Year 5 thought about each step they have taken to be where they are today and used the time to reflect on their achievements to support their mental health, focusing on the positives!
Year 6 created a growing together wall to showcase all of their learning and highlight all the positive achievements that have been made so far this year.
We are really proud of how reflective the children have been and it has been lovely to witness all the positivity across school. We finished the week by displaying things we are grateful for outside in our woodland area on our new gratitude tree.
NSPCC number day
We have had a wonderful day today exploring numbers. The children have been measuring, weighing, ordering, role playing in shops, playing number games and exploring the outdoor area on number hunts, maze adventures and timed PE games. A huge thank you to Mrs Hindley for organising the event for the children and to all of you for the donations we have received. The donations will be counted tonight and sent to the NSPPC next week.
Reception have been exploring feelings and emotions as part of their learning for ‘children’s mental health awareness week’. They have draw pictures/ taken photos of themselves expressing different emotions to show others what it might look like. We know ‘it’s ok to feel...’
Can you draw some of pictures of you expressing emotions and display them in a window at home to raise awareness too?
Here is a video prayer for you to share at home. The prayer is for Children's Mental Health Week.
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On Monday it is the beginning of children's mental health week which during these current circumstances is vital.
This years theme is express yourself.
Expressing yourself is about finding ways to share feelings, thoughts, or ideas, through creativity. This could be through art, music, writing and poetry, dance and drama, photography and film, and doing activities that make you feel good.
It’s important to remember that being able to express yourself is not about being the best at something or putting on a performance for others. It is about finding a way to show who you are, and how you see the world, that can help you feel good about yourself.
There will be a live assembly at 9.00am launching mental health week.
Visit childrensmentalhealthweek.org.uk to find out more.
A huge thank you to all the people who have been involved in donating, collecting, sorting, wrapping and delivering the food hampers to families in the local community. We hope that they will spread some happiness during the Christmas season. An extra special thank you to the amazing Mrs Rutter who has worked tirelessly to coordinate this project. She is a true hero of the community and an inspiring lady.
FINAL DAY ARRANGEMENTS
The children have asked if they can wear their own clothes on Friday and we have agreed because they have been amazing this term. Year 6 will be very happy to be able to wear their own clothes as there will be no PE in the afternoon!
End of day pick up times.
To avoid large numbers of parents on the school site please can you collect your child at the following times:
1pm Reception children who do not have siblings at Corpus.
1.10pm Year 1 and Year 2 children who do not have siblings at Corpus.
1:20pm Reception, Y1 and Y2 children with siblings
1:30pm All KS2 children.
Holy Mass at Corpus Christi church at Christmas
Please see below the message from Father Goodman:
Please note that due to Coronavirus restrictions, people need to apply in advance for Masses for Christmas Eve/Christmas Day. Application forms are available from the back of church at the times of Holy Mass, and will be available online from the parish website from Saturday 12th December. Tickets will then be allocated, and can be collected at Sunday Masses between now and Christmas.
All of the children and teachers at Corpus would like to say a huge thank you to the support staff for all of the work they do. Corpus Christi would not be the same without you :)
Thank you to everyone who wore odd socks yesterday to raise awareness for anti-bullying 🧦!
We are very exciting about returning to a full menu at school which will include a choice of hot meal with a vegetarian option, jacket potato or sandwich with a variety of fillings.
We are also excited to be one of the first schools to launch the pre ordering service to parents - see below:
Happy ‘World Teachers Day’ to all of our incredible teachers at Corpus Christi!🥰🥳
Secondary applications have opened.
Please view this brilliant virtual open day from our MAC Secondary Academy - Our Lady and St Chad. You will need to view it on their website for the full virtual experience.
In these times of uncertainty, we are so fortunate to have our own primary to secondary seamless transition with the strong relationship between our two schools and staff, ensuring your child is cared for and experiences the same consistent, high quality of education as Corpus Christi - Team OLSC
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