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Westfields Junior 2h
6LL are part of many communities: such as hockey, judo, music, gymnastics, dancing, swimming, Cubs, Scouts, Brownies, choir and so many more! 6LL, school groups and Year 6. These are all so important because they make us feel safe, supported & cared for.
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Cazie Nov 14
Ohhh no ☹️☹️ marathon and Jake is about to get stud up and dumped by text at the Gig .... what happens next breaks my heart every time 💔💔
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Westfields Junior 2h
3RP think communities are important because we enjoy belonging to them. We are part of many sporting communities such as swimming, hockey, ballet, football and gymnastics clubs as well as community groups such as Brownies, Cubs & Beavers.
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Richard Cabral Oct 9
. it’s all about Family, that’s how we end this episode..
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Future Naija Nov 14
No better way to show a sense of than to participate in the forth coming election...
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National Child Day Nov 11
This year's theme is a child's right to an identity. This involves young people developing a positive sense of who they are and feeling they're valued and respected as part of a family and community.
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Lisa Rieger Nov 11
Looking for ideas around a parent-inclusion interface conversation starter for my next parent meeting. My school has some of the pieces in place that support , but I need to press harder on a mindset for my community.
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Westfields Junior 2h
3MP belong to many different communities including: school, clubs and where they live. Communities are important because they make you feel happy and safe.
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Westfields Junior 2h
6HP belong to: the neighbourly community of Yateley, varied dance groups, sports clubs, our class, our family and Hampshire. We feel safe, cared for and not feeling lonely when we are part of the community.
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Solent SU Nov 14
What does it mean to belong? Is faith a driving force in creating a sense of belonging? Is faith responsible for exclusion and discrimination? Come to the Palmerston Lecture Theatre at 5pm to discuss the role that faith can play in 'Belonging'.
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HCDSB_CYCs 12h
Replying to @CYWtweets @APSSPUnion
A Nurturing Welcome for sure!
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Houston Institute Nov 12
On her time at , reflects "I stuck to what I knew. It's hard to put into words what sometimes you pick up in the ether, the quiet, cruel nuances of not ; the subtle cues that tell you to not risk anything, to find your people and just stay put."
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SchoolSocialWork.net 3h
"Extracurricular activities were related to school belonging but there might be an optimal number and..."
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Anneke Eising Nov 10
Ghosts of the past? Presently on . Blessing or curse? I don't know yet. It sure is taking up a lot of my time! I hope it's worth it.Seems to me that everyone is trying to find family. Perhaps they are trying to find themselves?
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3SCOTS CO Sep 13
Thank you Inverness and for the honour of marching through our fabulous city. Very proud.
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Westfields Junior 2h
4EC are part of sports and dance clubs, Cubs and Brownies, Yateley, our local community and England. These communities make us feel like we are part of a team, safe and happy.
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Neil McMillan Oct 7
Government urged to stop children in care being separated from siblings
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Jessa Dee Luna Nov 13
Students’ well-being and success are interrelated! Key message: when they feel supported, they learn. And I must add, if they can’t learn right away, they will THRIVE. This is soooo important!
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Dianne Regisford Nov 9
...thank you for a highly evocative sharing of the impulses, vision and devotion- the revival field recording evokes a deep sense of - now playing: Desert Island Discs on
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Maryam H Nov 14
Building a sense of in ‘s class. With classes on rotary its nice to have a home base and . Looking forward to the incorporation of and the learning with the Disco Divas.
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