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Please note that this Friday, 23rd July, is the last day of the summer term. The children will be leaving at 1.30pm on Friday. Gates will be opened at 1.25pm for parents to collect their children. We hope you all have a lovely summer break.
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Weekly Wellbeing/Thrive Activities

Hi this page has links to the weekly Thrive Approach activities. They are ideas to support your child's emotional well being.

Thrive week 17 Monday 17th May 2021

Thrive week 16 Monday 10th May 2021

Easter Thrive Activities

Thrive week 15 Monday 29th March 2021

Thrive week 14 Monday 22nd March 2021

Thrive week 13 Monday 15th March 2021

Thrive week 8 Monday 22nd February 2021

Thrive week 7 Half Term 15th February 2021

Glitter Jar Song | Esme & Roy

Oh no, monster meltdown! Tillie doesn't want to stop playing to take a bath but Esme knows what to do! With her handy glitter jar, Esme helps Tillie calm her...

Let's Find Something Else To Do Song | Esme & Roy

Lucy's little brother Sid keeps copying everything she does! Good thing there are two monstersitters on the job! To keep Lucy from getting frustrated, Esme &...

Monster Meltdown! | Esme & Roy

When the little monsters of Monsterdale are feeling sad or down, Esme has just the thing to turn the frown upside down! Whether it's a glitter jar, belly bre...

A social story to help your child return to school

Young mind ideas for questions to ask your child

The Wiggles: Social Distancing

The Wiggles are here to help! The importance of staying home and social distancing doesn't have to be a scary conversation. You can sing and dance along at h...

Time to Come In, Bear: A Children's Story About Social Distancing

Written by Kim St. Lawrence Read by Ryan St. Lawrence Note from the author: No children's story should be written in a weekend, but I wanted to get this out ...

Daisy and the Trouble with Coronavirus (and peas)

Children's author Kes Gray reads a letter from Daisy Butters, aged 9 and eleven twelfths.

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