Rainbow and Teddy Bear Challenge

Across the country, a flurry of rainbows is being displayed in front-room windows to support the NHS and create a sense of hope and joy for people walking nearby.

Placing teddy bears in windows is a way of creating a sense of cheer for children and to lessen their possible sense of anxiety.

As a Catholic school, a rainbow will have special significance – the rainbow in Noah’s Ark is a sign of promise and hope.

As a school – our main focus is and should be our children and their wellbeing. The fact that we have welcomed some of neighbouring primary children  and staff from St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Darlaston makes this all the more relevant.

Please find below a gallery of rainbows and window-displays created by our staff and their children. We will adding to the gallery with any more we receive.

We’ve also put some bear displays around the school which our children from St Joseph’s really enjoy!

Window wonderland I-spy

Whilst you are out and about on your daily exercise walks, why not play a game of I-spy and see if you can spot any of the following? The list might also give you some ideas for your own window displays!

March 31stSilly face/jokes
April 3rdAnimals
April 6thSpace
April 9thEaster theme
April 15thUnder the sea
April 16thFlowers and plants
April 19thFlags
April 21stHearts
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Mrs S Bowen is the Headteacher of St Thomas More Catholic School.