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Kindness and Wellbeing Ambassadors

“So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them.”

Matthew 7:12 ESV


As an act of compassion, kindness is a core part of our humanity that drives a sense of belonging in our communities. St. Peter’s Kindness and Wellbeing Ambassadors are committed to offer a helping hand and spread kindness through actions and words.

Our Kindness and Wellbeing Ambassadors are:

Reception:  Josephine and Theo

Year 1: Amy and Bear N

Year 2: Imogen and Surafel

Year 3: Leon and Milena

Year 4: Alexander and Georgie

Year 5: Brooklyn and James

Year 6: Riley and Tristan


Out first meeting took place on Thursday 6th October, where the ambassadors discussed what it means to be a Kindness and Wellbeing Ambassador and came up with the following statement:


As Kindness and Wellbeing Ambassadors we make sure:

  • We will listen to others
  • We will look after our mental health as well helping others to look after theirs
  • People will know us and know they can talk to us
  • We will inspire people by showing others that we care



World Mental Health Day

On the 10th October, the Kindness and Wellbeing Ambassador helped the rest of the school to celebrate World Mental Health Day.  The theme of 2022’s World Mental Health Day, set by the World Federation for Mental health, is ‘Make mental health and wellbeing for all a global priority’

Classes talked about mental health, completing activities that allow them to understand the importance of mental health and consider ways to supporting others in their class, in school and the community.


Classes looked at a range of subjects about mental health during the week:


EYFS and KS1:  Understanding Emotions

Year 3 & 4:  Positive words

Year 5:  Being Kind to myself

Year 6:  Body Confidence