In this issue
DfE and national updates
Book your place at the Surrey Education Services’ School Business Partnership Network
The Compassionate Schools Programme in Surrey
Surrey's Outreach offer for schools 2021/22
Be Your Best - Surrey’s Weight Management Programme for 0 to 12-year-olds
Strategic Risk Management – Health and Safety Newsletter – Autumn 2021
Sign up to the new cold weather alerting system
Wellbeing Warrior – Year 4 pupils training: Improving mental wellbeing through physical activity
REMA’s EAL training course for newly qualified primary teachers
Holmesdale School tell us how they celebrated Feeling Good Week
Surrey Police - Helping parents and carers recognise the warning signs of child exploitation
Foreword from Liz Mills
Latest newsletters

Education Safeguarding Team Update - November 

National guidance on health protection in schools
School admissions update – Autumn Term 2021
Health and Safety Newsletter - Autumn 2021

Wellbeing Warrior – Year 4 pupils training: Improving mental wellbeing through physical activity

Active Surrey is on a mission to create Wellbeing Warriors in Primary schools throughout the county.

 

Developed with Surrey Educational Psychologists, this classroom-based session is designed to help year 4 pupils learn how mental wellbeing can be improved by being more active.

 

Pupils are shown how moving more can bring about a positive influence. They are also taught to understand how a lack of physical activity can affect their emotions and feelings. 

 

This two-hour course is delivered through practical interactive activities. Pupils are then encouraged to make personal commitments, on their class Tree of Wellbeing, to show what new, healthy habits they will try and adopt.

 

The training also includes a 10-minute weekly follow up task delivered by the class teacher. This will reflect on the pupils’ progress which will allow schools to measure the behaviour change that they make from their initial training.

 

To book, visit: Active Surrey - Wellbeing Warriors Training.


Email sarah.williams@surreycc.gov.uk for more information.