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Today was Hello Yellow Mental Health Awareness Day.  We took part in a number of activities to raise awareness of mental health issues in young people and encourage us all to openly discuss mental health and well being.

We wore something yellow to celebrate this event and donated £1 to Young Minds Charity.  We listened to stories, made biscuits, had our photo taken using various props and made masks.

Everybody enjoyed finding out about mental health.

Hello Yellow Mental Health Awareness Day!

  Reception children enjoyed harvesting the fruits and vegetables from our playground planters.  They all helped to pick the fruits and vegetables. They then helped to wash it, cut it and make a tasty vegetable soup and rhubarb puree.  We ended the morning by tasting what we had cooked.  

From the playground to the plate!

We have already started a very busy term and have enjoyed sharing our holiday experiences and destinations. Most children have been able to find their holiday/day trip destinations on a map of either the British Isles or the World. 

They have explored the geographical features of seaside destinations and programmed beebots to move to around a virtual seaside destination. 


Year 1 and 2 children walked around Sharnford to compare features of the village with those of the seaside. They found both human and physical features.

Reception children have settled well into school life.  They have been busy learning the rules and routines of the class, making new friends and getting to know all the staff.  We have enjoyed getting to know all the children, finding out what they enjoy and what they can do and we will continue to take them forward in their school lives, striving for success and happiness and promoting a love of learning.