For December Well-being day, Year 4 had the wonderful opportunity to create a Weather Watch. The children were encouraged to think about their feelings and match them to the weather. For example, sunny weather might represent happiness and thunderstorms might represent anger. We discussed how our feelings change throughout the day. They were given a paper plate and had to divide it into six sessions. The children drew six different weather scenes and labelled it with their feelings that matched that scene. Using a piece of card, the children made an arrow which was attached to the middle of the plate. The children will now be able to use the Weather Watch to show how they are feeling even when they find it hard to verbalise it.