Wellbeing at Holy Trinity
Our children’s wellbeing is the highest importance to us and we promote positive wellbeing in everything we do. Our aim is to create confident, resilient and happy learners who know how to look after their physical and mental wellbeing. There are 5 steps to achieve wellbeing which are:
We will be learning about wellbeing and looking after our own wellbeing by working through each step. Our first step is 'CONNECT'
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Time to Connect
This step is all about connecting with ourselves and others. Feeling close to, and valued by, other people is an important and essential human need and one that we need to function well in the world. Teach children to connect with each other; ask someone how they are. Connect with your feelings. Take an interest in other peoples wellbeing.
This half term we are launching our 'Time to Connect' project.
At Holy Trinity we pride ourselves in connecting with pupils, families and the community but the current lockdown and COVID can make this difficult. We are really missing our whole school community and we want to connect with you.
Making connections, building and maintaining good relationships are important for your mental wellbeing. They can help you to build a sense of belonging and show you how important you are. Connecting with others gives you an opportunity to share positive experiences, provide emotional support and allows us to support others.
We want to show everyone in Greater Manchester that Holy Trinity is a family and we are important in our community. We want to see how big our community is and we want to connect with all the people in the Holy Trinity community.
We would like to connect our Holy Trinity Community, can you help us? We want our pupils and families to colour or decorate the colouring sheets and post them in your windows at home. By doing this we can connect with our community and see that the Holy Trinity family is all around us Send us your pictures of any 'Time to Connect' posters you see when you are around and about . Email pictures of your posters or any posters you see around the community to