Wellbeing and wigwams at Amesbury School

Friday 5th April 2019 10:00 am
Early Years and Years 1 and 2 pupils enjoyed some woodland fun in their wigwams. Picture by Ruth Marshall (HD14-97-19) ()

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A WELL-BEING week at Amesbury School brought everyone together.

The multitude of activities on offer, from Taiko drumming to outdoor movement sessions, fun in woodland wigwams, pottery painting and yoga, was not only enjoyed by pupils, but also by parents and neighbours.

The week concluded with the annual Easter service and a creative Easter hunt for the youngest, and the whole school took part in a ‘silent disco’.

Headmistress Sheina Wright, who co-ordinated the programme with PSHE head Carrie Munday and Year 5 pastoral head Cosmo O’Reilly, said: “The well-being of our Amesbury school community really matters to us, this includes pupils, parents and staff.

“It is our job to champion and promote emotional health and well-being and our aim is to help the whole Amesbury community to thrive and be happy.”

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