Welcome to Wednesday!
Last year we learnt the importance of being a positive detective. We know that our brains are wired to constantly scan for danger in order to keep us safe. When we are in a safe environment, this scanner can start looking for danger that is not there. Small problems can be amplified to look and feel so much bigger than they actually are.
With that knowledge, we know we have to keep things in perspective. We can do this by training our brain to start looking for the positives in the world around us, even when some things are not going our way. We can consider things we are grateful for and focus on things we are good at and proud of.
Today we are asking you to share something you are good at. This could be an academic activity you excel at, such as narrative writing, converting time in maths, or spelling long and complicated words. It could be an artistic or sports based activity, or perhaps it is a habit or behaviour you are good at, such as being respectful or persistent.
We look forward to seeing your comments below!