Reflection Time and Prayer of the Day

Good Morning Brown Clee!

We have been thinking about resilience this week – and today I have got another way of understanding what this means!  Can you answer this question?

Maybe your teacher can try!?!  No, of course you can’t – it just bounces back!  Some materials are able to bounce back after they have been bent or stretched.People who can bounce back when things have happened to them are known as…

If you can bounce back quickly from difficulties and tough situations then you are resilient.  Can you think of a time when you’ve had a problem but you’ve bounced back?

Today I have a story about a bird that has resilience – a swallow called Savannah….

The next time you are having a tough time, remember the story of the
swallow. Bounce back and try again!  Here are 10 top tips to help you to bounce back!

TOP TIPS for RESILIENCE

Laugh about it
Take a break
Work hard
Ask for help
Stay positive – believe in yourself
Accept mistakes – everybody makes them
Try again
Be thankful
Don’t make a problem bigger than it really is
Be flexible – be bendy!
Stay calm

Prayer of the Day

Dear God,
Thank you for beautiful swallows
Thank you that they remind us of the beauty of your creation.
Thank you for the lessons that they teach us.
Please help us when things are hard.
Help us to share our problems with others so that we can ‘bounce back’.
Amen.

 

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