Coláiste Clavin held there annual wellbeing week from the 11th to the 15th of March. It was a jam-packed week of activities for our students with talks and activities to promote positive mental health, physical activity and nutrition. On Monday Fitness with the BodyShaper got our first, second and fifth years dancing to some Bokwa moves. On Monday all students took some time out in the afternoon to do a mindful colouring activity.
Our local football and hurling star Mickey Burke met with our first and second year students and spoke about health and wellbeing on Wednesday morning. First year students got the opportunity to do some mindfulness activities and tried out mindful eating and mindful breathing.
Ray Langan met with our students on Thursday and all students completed the Game On, Game Over Social Media Safety Workshop. Ray looked at the rise of Social Media and its importance in the 21st century and spoke to students about the dangers of Social Media including cyberbullying. All students wrote down the Social Media Power Principles in their Homework Journals to have as a reminder for themsleves.
The 5th year Mentors hosted a Fifa Tournament in the games club and the Le Chéile students hosted a Smash Brothers Tournament on Thursday and Friday.
Friday was a fun filled day with our Rainbow Day giving students and teachers the opportunity to show their bright side with all students and teachers wearing their colourful jumpers and t-shirts. All students had the chance to have some fun with their friends with the bouncy castle activities. All students, teachers, staff and a number of parents gathered to get a whole school photo. The image of the smiley face taken on the drone is a fitting end to a fun filled week of fun for our students. Fifth year mentors along with Ms. McGrath provided lovely tasty and colourful fruit skewers at lunchtime. Second years went out on Friday afternoon for their Wellness Walk. Through out the week students posted to our Kindness Tree, sharing kind acts they have done or ones that have been done for them.