Scooter Challenge Results 2021
Well done everyone on making a real effort at scooting to school for Scooter Challenge week in June. Here are the results that have just been sent to me:
In First place was Ludlow Junior School!
Ludlow Juniors have won themselves an amazing top of the range SPRITE CLASSIC MICRO SCOOTER AND a fantastic SCOOTER POD so that more pupils can store their scooters safely at school.
And in 2nd place: Banister Primary School who have won themselves an amazing top of the range SPRITE CLASSIC MICRO SCOOTER!
and in joint 3rd place are: Moorlands Primary School and Sholing Junior School who have each won a fantastic Oxelo Town 5XL adult scooter!
Well done to all the schools that entered, let's work together as a city to get more people actively travelling.
Thank you Bike It Ray and Bike It Rachel
Bike It Ray and Bike It Rachel came into school to deliver scooter training sessions to all the children in Year 4. Not only did everyone have a great time(including Bike It Ray and Bike It Rachel) but lots of great scooter skills were learnt as well, including pavement etiquette and crossing the road safely with your scooter.
In addition to this, there was a Scooter Doctor session in the morning for anyone in the school who wanted to get their scooters checked over. A massive thank you to both Bike It Rachel and Bike It Ray.
The Big Pedal Monday 19th -30th April
For more information click on the Active Travel icon below.
"Let's start an epidemic of happiness"
Click on the link below for a digital wellbeing guidebook to support children aged 7-12 years brought to you by Happy Space and Now and Beyond. Lots of useful tips and ideas to go to when you need a mental wellbeing toolkit.
The Scooter safety L Check
As we are probably using our scooters a little bit more, here is a great video clip from SUSTRANS to check if you scooter is safe to ride - the L check. Always remember to ride your scooter safely and wear a helmet. Click on the link below to watch:
For top tips on learning to ride a scooter, click on the SUSTRANS link below:
Have fun and scooter safely.
5 Ways to Wellbeing
Children’s Mental Health Week (CMHW) runs 1st – 7th February, and we believe that being active and away from screens is especially important for your pupils’ wellbeing in these challenging times.
Jenny Babey (the SUSTRANS school officer) and her colleagues have produced some video clips for a different activity for each day to stay healthy and active. All the activities are based on the 5 Ways to Wellbeing:
You will find the links and everything you need on the link below:
Have a look at these activities, which are all fun and easy things everyone can do and discover what’s around us.
Have fun and enjoy.
My Journey Wellbeing Pages January 2021
Click on the link below for loads of really useful advice and activities on staying fit and healthy.
A lot of the links for Healthy Schools activities have been added to the Mindfulness section of Home learning section of the website. So take a look at all the resources available, there are lots of ideas for your daily walks.
Here are some really relaxing meditation stories, really useful if you find it tricky to fall asleep.
The Sleep Train
Here's another great guided mindfulness clip, just click on the link. Remember you can do them as many times as you want. Which one is your favourite so far?
Your Secret Treehouse
Joe Wicks 5 minute work outs
Here are some great links for 5 minute workouts, :
Kids Workout 1
Kids Workout 2
Kids Workout 3
More great mindfulness clips to follow and try at home
Click on the links below:
Mini the Puppy
3 Minute Body Scan
Yes You Can!
How To Beat Nerves
The Owl and The Guard Dog
The Listening Game
Change 4 Life
Do you need some tasty, healthy ideas for lunchboxes? Have a look at the Change 4 Life Website.
You might have heard your child talk about a Mindfulness Minute, what is it? It is just learning how to stop for one minute and focus on the present. A great explanation as to why we think it's a good idea to know how to do this is in the following clip:
You can read more about Sholing Junior School's successes and community work below.