This week - 18th May 2020 - we will be learning how to 'find our brave'!
Being brave can mean facing a situation when you’re unsure about something and having a go anyway. Sometimes big and uncomfortable feelings or emotions can get in the way of being brave.
*It’s important to stress that bravery is not about taking unsafe risks that could harm you
or those around you.*
Finding your brave can mean having a go at something new, it can mean stepping outside of your comfort zone and challenging yourself, it can mean saying no to something that is not for us or it can mean talking to people around us to share our worries and fears and ask for help.
We would like to challenge all the children this week to 'find their brave'. This may mean:
- trying a food (vegetable) that they don't think they like;
- setting themselves a challenge that they think will be hard - riding a bike without stabilisers, learning their 7 x table, reading a whole book, putting their face in water practising for swimming;
- doing something tricky - recording themselves singing a song or performing a dance;
- talking to someone about something they are worried about;
If you have any pictures or videos of the children 'finding their brave' please share them with us so we can celebrate all the bravery that is found! firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @Godwinprimary
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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