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Mrs Cannon de Sousa
Pupil Well Being Faculty Leader
Year 5 Teacher
Hello and welcome to the Pupil Well-Being Faculty page. Through this faculty we look to promote Personal, Social, Health and Economic education to help our children to lead and maintain happy, safe and fulfilling lives. As you will see much of what we include here is integrated in many areas of the curriculum. Throughout the year though, there are several special days and weeks where we draw particular attention to certain issues that we believe are important in fulfilling our aim.
We hope you enjoy looking through the work in our faculty.
The Pupil Well-Being Faculty Team
School Games Values
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These are the six values that form ‘Spirit of the Games’ part of the wider
Sporting Spirit programme.
Competition creates the ideal context in which to explore personal values and conduct, as through it young people can learn how to handle victory and defeat, how to believe in their abilities and achieve their personal best, and how to respect their opponents and work with their team-mates to achieve success. The way in which schools communicate these values and involve young people in championing this cause will help bring the Spirit of the Games to life. This will ensure that competitive school sport is a rich learning experience for your young people, an experience which develops them to be not only the best sportsperson they can be but the best person as well.
Gold School Games Award 2017/18 was awarded for the second year running
Team building games and Q&As with Graham Stuart -
former Everton player.
Mental Health Awareness Day - 10th October
September 2016 - Emmaus is awarded Silver Games Mark!
The Emmaus cross country team has taken part in the 2nd and 3rd race of this year’s league at Newsham Park and Stanley Park. It has been great to see so many new runners putting themselves forward to represent our school. Although at times it can be quite tough, it is extremely rewarding to see our team finish with a great sense of achievement, some even smiling crossing the finish line! I am particularly delighted with James Pederson’s 3rd place finish. You finally did it James! Well done to all runners, proud of you all.
Next race: Thursday 13th October at Clarke’s Gardens
The Year 2 Boy’s football team completely smashed the Everton Football tournament on Monday at Liverpool Power League. Due to their great team work and excellent skills, the boys have now successfully gained a place in the final which will be held at Finch farm in the new year 2017. Great effort from all the team members and man of the match going to Joshua Harwood for his outstanding defence, agility and focus!
Thanks to all parents for helping out with transport on this day.
The 2016 Cross Country league started this week at Wavertree with a fantastic run by the year 5 & 6 children. Special congratulations to James Pederson, 4th place and Jack Stanton, 9th place. well done to all the team!
Well done to the Emmaus Athletics Team who ran at Wavertree Athletics Centre over the past few weeks.
Useful Websites: Health and Well Being
Find out information and play games all relating to different aspects of health.
|Name of Website||Description|
|Kids Health||Information on feelings, staying healthy, road safety and lots more!!|
|Great information for children from Great Ormand Street Hospital|
|Hedgehogs||Road safety advice from the friendly hedgehogs|
Play a healthy eating game
|Colgate world of care||
Play games all about looking after your teeth
Learn about food, fun and fitness
|Healthy Eating In Schools||
Government document about what schools should and should not provide for our chidlren to eat and drink