11th May 2020

Posted by on May 12, 2020

Dear Wellfield family,

Hope you’re all having a very happy Monday, and remembering to keep smiling!

Your first challenge of the week is all about smiling.

When you’re going for your daily exercise I would like you to see if you can pass your lovely smiles on, help them to spread- a smile from you could completely change someone’s day. Even if you don’t feel like it, even if you’re having a bit of a rubbish day, putting a smile on your face will cheer you up, and eventually make you feel on the inside, how you look on the outside.

Last week’s post was all about searching for the positives, they like to play hide and seek with us, we have to dig deep to find them sometimes, but they are there. I hope you’ve managed to find them, to truly think about the brilliant things we have in our lives, and to be grateful for them. As with smiling, and spreading your smiles, taking a positive attitude and constantly looking for the positives will encourage those around you to do the same. You could be the change  🙂

Therefore your task for this week is to think about what you could do for others. I want you to ask yourselves:

What would cheer them up?

Could I help them with that?

Would this make them smile?

Because, when we do something to make others happy, it often makes us feel good too!

I’ve attached some ideas below for how you could do this.

As always, keep smiling,

Miss Ridley

This idea is from ‘a fine parent’, use this one or think of your own ideas (some of these ideas aren’t possible right now) and perhaps see who can complete their bingo card first.

These paperchains from Elsa Support would be a lovely gift for somebody to cheer them up and let them know how brilliant they are.

This random acts of kindness activity from ‘hip 2 save’ is a lovely visual reminder to make positive choices and to spread kindness!