To support our aim to ensure all students are fully able to succeed in the world beyond school we are encouraging as many students as possible to complete the Rawmarsh Pledge tasks.
This week is our first Wellbeing week, which is based on acts of kindness. For the remainder of this half term we are setting all students a challenge to complete a Bronze, British Values, We support others around us task:
KS3 students have been asked to do something that benefits your local community through a random act of kindness. Some examples of this include; helping a neighbour with their garden or shopping, donating to a foodbank, litter picking in the local area, classroom, or yard, assisting a member of staff with something in school.
Staff have also been getting involved in completing these challenges.
“For We Support Others Around us, I had the opportunity to volunteer for Hull City of Culture and Liverpool Stars, where I worked alongside the community, worked with-in a team and supported local artists and musicians”. (Miss Irwin)
“I walked 27km for charity, it took me 6 hours 51 mins to complete this challenge, it was hard work but worth all the effort”. (Miss Merchant)
KS4 students have been asked to ‘contribute to an event that raises money for a charity that is close to their heart. With the upcoming non-uniform day this week for Young Minds students could do some fundraising events outside of school to raise and donate some extra money. We also have the sponsored walk coming up next week, this would be a great opportunity for students to raise money for our water safety charity.
Once achieved, students must show evidence to, or inform their form tutor of how they have completed their task so it can be logged.