Cheriton Primary School

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The school is vibrant, cultural heritages are valued and celebrated. Outstanding engagement with parents. Pupils lives are enriched because you make the most of the diverse cultral and social mix. All staff are proud to work here and enjoy being part of the school. Ofsted

A Thousand Hours of Kindness!

Cheriton Primary School are proud to be a ‘Thousand Hours’ school again year. Thousand Hours is a kindness project designed to spread kindness throughout our school community and beyond.

 COMPETITION TIME

Why not enter the Thousand Hours official competition. Half term is the perfect time to have a go. Have a look at the poster here  and see what you can come up with.

Bring your entries in to your teacher or to Mr Thatcher on the first day back after half term to be in with a chance of winning the prize.

 

We have been busy sharing kindness in lots of different forms. Below are some examples of how we have shown kindness to ourselves or to others:

 

Year 5 made some wonderful cards full of brightness, love and smiles. These will be given out to anybody who visits the Food Bank in Ashford. We hope they will brighten up their day!

  

 

Some lucky members of staff will be receiving some Thousand Hours thank you mail! Most of the letters are ‘ninja’ but they were all made with love and care.

 

 

Self-kindness is often the hardest but perhaps the most important. We’ve been filling up our positivity pants with all the amazing characteristics we have. First of all, we had to write some things that we recognise about ourselves and then we had a chance to help each other to fill up their positivity pants with all sorts of amazing things that we’ve noticed. It left us all feeling ultra positive!

 

 

We would love for families to take part too so please do send in any stories you have. Feel free to write your story down on a piece of paper or remind your child to tell as school adult who can then record their story for our Thousand Hours story book.

       

Most importantly, have fun being kind!

 

 

http://www.thousandhours.org/

 

 

 The 5 areas of kindness: