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Mental Health Awareness Week 18-24th May 2020

#kindnessmatters

The theme for mental health awareness week this year is 'kindness'. We can think about kindness as something that you do for others, but also kindness towards yourself. From research, we know that kindness and our mental health are deeply connected. Kindness can help us to feel less isolated and give us a sense of belonging, which is something that is very important at this time. Kindness also reduces our feelings of stress and deepens our friendships. Kindness can even improve feelings of confidnce and optimism; kindness really does matter!

At St Augustine's, we have a school filled with kindness so we are very excited to see what you will produce this week to celebrate and showcase your acts of kindness. Your teachers will share activity ideas with you and you can also access the resources below to give you some more ideas of what you can do/say/make/create...

NEW RESCOURCES ADDED FOR YOU TO USE...

What does kindness mean to you?

Define kindness

Can you say what kindness means to you?

Add your definition to your dB blog for your teacher's to read!

Can you make a kindness cup?

Kindness cup

What will you fill your cup with? Kind deeds...kindness quotes...scripture?

Kindness Quotes

Can you create a kindness quote? Maybe, you could design a poster with your quote on? Don't forget to share your quote with your teacher.

Kindness towards yourself

Can you design kindness vouchers for yourself? Maybe you enjoy reading a book, perhaps you enjoy lilstening to music or sitting in the sunshine. Think about what makes you feel happy and treat yourself!

Kindness inspiration from scripture

Do you have a special piece of holy scripture that you like to read? Can you find examples of kindness in the bible stories that you know?

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