Sutton students get to grips with their emotions during ‘It’s Good To Be Me’ themed week

PUBLISHED: 17:22 23 November 2015 | UPDATED: 17:22 23 November 2015

Sutton Primary School Graffiti Wall, pupils (l-r) Emily, Mia, Jake, Harley, Leni, Toby,

Sutton Primary School Graffiti Wall, pupils (l-r) Emily, Mia, Jake, Harley, Leni, Toby,

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Children at Sutton Primary School have been getting in touch with their emotions throughout a themed PHSE week.

Spot the emojiSpot the emoji

This year’s theme, ‘It’s Good To Be Me’, saw the students enjoy talks about emotions and how to recognise them as well as self-esteem and relaxation.

Clare Robertson, who organised the event, said: “Each day we focused on a different emotion and children and adults were given the chance to express their feelings.

“The whole school have been taking part - reception children through to year six, the teaching and the support staff.

“Highlights have included playing ‘Spot the emoji’ and writing on a graffiti feelings wall (Monday – excited, Tuesday – cross, Wednesday – proud, Thursday – sad, Friday – relaxed).

Children enjoying a yoga sessionChildren enjoying a yoga session

“The week finished with a celebration assembly when a child from each class received a head teacher’s award for positive and thoughtful contributions.

“All of the children from year three to six also had an opportunity to learn some yoga postures in a session led by a local community member.”


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