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Pitton Primary school go Yellow to brighten the day for mental health

by Emma Waters last modified 05 Nov, 2020 09:12 PM

To raise awareness of mental health and support for Young Minds the children and teachers at Pitton all wore yellow.

Pitton Primary school go Yellow to brighten the day for mental health

One of the displays in the corridors

The whole school engaged in a project based on Here we Are: Notes for living on planet earth by Oliver Jeffers and Yellow Day in Aid of Young Minds

The displays in corridors within the school promote mental Health and Wellbeing based on the book Here we are: Notes for living on planet earth. This was a whole school project that was completed at the beginning of the new school year when all children returned to school. The words and pictures work together to help children understand their place in the world as well as helping them reconnect with each other and re-engage in school life.

On 9th October the school took part in Yellow Day in aid of Young Minds.

The schools vision and ethos is Friendship, Family and Fulfilment ‘Life in all its fullness’ John 10v10 which highlights that in order for a child to fulfil their potential they must first feel connected to those around them. They need to feel secure that the friends and family around them will nurture and support them.

The images below show the children in their Yellow outfits and one of the displays in the corridor;

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