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Mental health and wellbeing

Super Mood Movers

At Holy Spirit we promote mental health and wellbeing of both children and staff through Super Mood Movers videos, created in partnership with Children in Need and the Premier League, to enhance the wellbeing of our children with irresistibly catchy songs and easy-to-follow dance routines.

These are free, fun, curriculum-linked videos featuring famous faces that encourage everybody to get active while they learn.

Each video supports either the KS1 or KS2 PSHE curriculum, covering themes such as coping with feelings, respecting ourselves and others, and friends and family.

Super Mood Movers – BBC Teach

SEND activation morning group

Through Everton In The Community, we have a small group of children in Year 5 & 6 that take part in our morning physical activity. The 30 minute session provides the opportunity for our SEND children to build on their social skills, confidence, upper and lower body strength. Children have been playing different variations of Dodgeball such as Bean Bag Dodgeball.

Our staff have participated in this session to support our small group of children.

 ‘We love our session with Scott, it really helps the children to come back into their learning engaged, settled and feeling part of a team.’

Blue Family

We work closely with Everton in the Community as they are increasing activity on their ‘Blue Family’ campaign in response to the latest national lockdown. 

‘Blue Family’, first launched in March 2020, is a coordinated engagement campaign that maintains contact with participants and provides vital support and assistance to some of the most vulnerable, socially isolated, and at-risk members of the community during the ongoing pandemic. 

We are thankful for this campaign as it has supported several families within our school community.

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