It has been a chilly start to the new year with a few sprinklings of snow in January. As we approached half term we focused on our mental health. It was children's mental health week. All classes spent time focusing on wellbeing in different ways. We had slower starts to the days with mindful activities, we had afternoons with hot chocolate, gardening and exercise and consider which activities help us to feel good, be calm and destress. During the week, it was also Safer internet day - EYFS and key stage 1 looked at what to do when something scares you or worries you online. In key stage 2 we looked at techniques programs and apps use to persuade us to do something that we were not planning to do including staying online for longer - prizes, streaks, rewards etc. We also reminded children of age ratings on games. We have lots of information for parents about online safety in the keeping safe section.
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Welcome to Lanlivery Primary Academy Website - part of Bridge Schools Trust. Situated in the heart of Lanlivery village, our school provides a warm, welcoming and friendly atmosphere. We aim to provide a happy, safe environment where children feel secure to explore, experiment and develop curiosity so that learning comes naturally. Our very own Forest school is a small child’s wonderland.
We hope you like our new look website and it this gives you some idea of what makes this school such a dynamic and vibrant place.
Lauren Howell - Head of school.
Head of School:
We are bold and innovative in our approach to find new solutions to the challenges we face.
We are inspired by the awe and wonder of the world.
We take responsibility for our actions in an environment of mutual respect.
We are passionate about learning.
We are the best we can be.
We overcome all barriers to reach our potential, developing a capacity to improve further.
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