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Wellbeing Ambassadors

Wellbeing Ambassadors

Hi everyone, we are the Wistow Wellbeing Ambassadors. Our aim is to promote mental health and happiness for everyone who comes to Wistow. We love to organise fun activities, assemblies and ideas in class, to encourage us all to have healthy bodies and healthy minds, whilst having lots of fun!


We know the importance of smiling and aim to put smiles on everyone's faces each and every day. We are also here if children have worries and they know they can come and talk to us about things and if we can help, we will!



5 Steps To Good Mental Wellbeing

Some of our Wellbeing Ambassadors led an assembly today in school to talk to us about the importance of good mental health and wellbeing. They also talked how we can look after it. The ambassadors gave a 5 step process and then the rest of the school had to think of ideas in which we could do the steps at home and in school. There were some amazing ideas and we are all going to try to use the steps to help us keep happy and healthy. 

We also talked about the importance of talking, or as step one says ... CONNECTING!

Children know who they can talk to if they are feeling a little sad and as one of our children said ' We are lucky as we have lots of people at home and at school who care for us and we can talk to!'

Rainbow Day!


A big thank you to our amazing Wellbeing Ambassadors for organising our whole school Rainbow Day. Throughout the day, the children have decorated and sold biscuits, organised games for all to play at break times and painted rainbows on faces! We have managed to raise over £200 for Place2Be, which is a charity supporting children in schools with their mental health. Thank you to all parents and carers for your ongoing support and generous donations! ❤️🌈🐝

Anti-Bullying Week!

This week is anti-bullying week and the whole school enjoyed an assembly today based on this year’s theme - One Kind Word.

We learned what bullying is, how bullying can be identified and what to do if we are being bullied or see someone else who is being bullied.

The assembly ended with everyone shouting out the name of an adult in school that they would talk to to report bullying. 

Remember - together we are stronger and together we can end bullying! 🐝🌟💖

Firework and Bonfire Safety

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The Wellbeing Ambassadors have created a video all about their top 10 tips on how to stay safe during Bonfire Night. 🎇🌟🎆🌟

Walk for Wellbeing COMPLETE!

What fantastic day !

Dressed from head to toe in all the colours of the rainbow, children in their bubbles took on the challenge to walk as far as they could with their classmates in school. The sun shone for every bubble. The chatter, laughter and fun had was apparent from the smiles on everyone's faces throughout.

The point of the walk was to highlight how exercise is great for our bodies and minds, which is so important in life. Spirits and resilience were high in every class and a great day was had by all.

There were trails to follow, activities to complete and even a crocodile alley, where the children had to keep to the stepping stones, so they didn't come face to face with a croc!

All children were given their own pedometers, to measure their individual distances. Teachers totalled how far their class has walked and together as a school, we walked 505 miles! AWESOME!

Well done to all children and staff, who well and truly deserve to put their feet up after all that walking!

A huge thank you to Miss Jackson and the school Wellbeing Ambassadors, who came up with the idea and made this event happen.