Children Zone

Team Points

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Weekly Result: Friday 22nd October 2021
 


1st - Sycamore - 484 
2nd - Oak - 394
3rd - Birch - 388
4th - Ash - 378
 

Winning Team: 
Reward:
School Council will deliver treats!
 

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"We have the right to choose our own friends and join groups, article 15." 
Cady Y4

 

Results Autumn Term 1

Oak

Ash

Sycamore

Birch

Emotional Health and Well-being Zone

In Mount Pleasant Primary School, we think it is very important that all children and staff feel happy, comfortable and safe. Therefore, we have launched an Emotional Health and Well-being Zone.

This allows children who are struggling with a certain feeling (either a positive or

negative feeling) to access the zone. Once in the zone a member of staff or pupil

may sit with the child to support their emotional well-being. 

 

There are several resources in the zone to support the child's feelings. Also

there is a mini Mental Health library for the children to access. 

Please visit the zone to check out this week's 'Mental Health Book of the Week'. 

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Worry Box 

If you have any worries please place your worry in your classroom worry box for member of staff to help you. Remember if you would rather talk to someone face to face please do. We are very lucky in school because we have the wonderful Mrs Clark and Mrs Bradley, whose role is to help children when they feel upset, anxious or worried about something. They are always on the school yard every morning and at lunchtime so she is easy to find if you need to talk to them about something. If not you can complete our online worry box. Please see below:  

Note - Children should enter mountpleasant@gmail.com as e-mail address.

Thanks! Message sent.

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Speak out Stay safe is a safeguarding programme for children aged 5- to 11-years-old. It is available to all primary schools in the UK and Channel Islands. Our programme helps children understand:

  • abuse in all its forms and how to recognise signs of abuse

  • that abuse is never a child’s fault and that they have the right to be safe

  • where to get help and the sources of help available to them, including our Childline service.