On Tuesday (13th September 2022) we met Hannah Knowles from ‘The Art of Brilliance’. Hannah has worked with Years 4, 5 and 6 over 3 days and also delivered training for staff. ‘The Art of Brilliance’ is a new project that we are embarking on across the whole of this academic year. The project helps to build pupils resilience and positivity in all areas of their life and supports improving wellbeing for all involved. Watch out for further information which will come as the term progresses. The three classes have been given the challenge of coming up with a plan of promoting wellbeing and tasks to promote wellbeing across the school. We are really excited about this project and are sure it will be successful and achieve its aims. Hannah will be checking in with us termly and in June 2023 will carry out an ‘Art of Brilliance’ inspection of the school to grade us on our performance.
Wednesday 14th September
Today we are learning how we learn. Hannah introduced the different stages of learning we go through and how these apply to all the different things we learn through our lives. The classes had a go at juggling, cup stacking, building card houses and rubiks cubes. During these activities the classes showed the different types of resilience they have.
Thursday 14th September 2022
On our final day with Art of Brilliance, Hannah shared with the classes the impact they have on other people. They looked at the importance of kindness and saw the impact it has on others. The classes committed to starting new habits and stopping old habits. Years 4, 5 and 6 were left with a challenge: taking these messages and sharing them with the rest of the school and wider community.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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