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Feel good moments

During this difficult period it is important to remember that the situation will pass. The School is still here and there are many positive actions being taken around the world.

We have compiled a list of all of the 'feel good' moments from the week. Take a look below to see this week's.

Week 5

To start the week, Mr Boote and Mr Bridges hosted an assembly on positivity.

 

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Week 4

Last week we saw the uplifting final video of the Bryanston Worldwide Community Chorus Project. 

 

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Some positive news articles from around the world over the past week.

  • Hundreds of Cities Worldwide Make Streets into Cycling and Pedestrian Walkways - read more.
  • 10 positive lifelong habits post  lockdown - read more.

Week 3

A positive video shown in Assembly earlier this year - Everybody dies, but not everybody lives.

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Some positive news articles from around the world over the past week.

  • Carbon emissions to fall by 8%, predicts International Energy Agency - read more. 

  • What went right: silver linings from week seven of coronavirus lockdown - read more. 

  • London to be ‘overhauled’ to boost walking and cycling after - read more. 

  • Good news network - read more.  

  • BBC uplifting stories - read more.

Week 2

Captain Tom Moore

Captain Tom Moore has become a real beacon of positivity for the nation and just shows what you can achieve during these difficult time. Here are just some of the amazing things that captain Tom Moore has done in the last month.

  • £32 million raised - Captain Tom Moore raised an impressive £32 million for the NHS, blitzing his initial target of £1,000 for walking laps of his garden. 
  • Promotion - This impressive feat led him to being promoted to honorary colonel. 
  • Celebrated his 100th birthday in style - On his 100th birthday, Captain Tom Moore received a personalised birthday card from the Queen and a greeting from the prime minister.
  • RAF flypast - Captain Tom Moore was also treated by an RAF flypast to celebrate his birthday.

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  • Cricket cap - Captain Tom Moore also became an official member of the England cricket team when he was awarded an England cricket cap by former England captain Michael Vaughan. Read more here.
  • More than 150,000 birthday cards - The extent of Captain Tom Moore's impact on the nation was realised when he received over 150,000 birthday cards. 

  • Top of the charts - He became the oldest person ever to score a number one single in the UK when he sang 'You'll Never Walk Alone' with Michael Ball. The song can be seen below.

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Week 1

Summer term assembly

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