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Mon 28 Jun 2021 @ 10.00
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Schools Sign Up - Passports of Kindness Packs

Mon 28 Jun 2021 @ 10.00
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The Passports of Kindness project is a new initiative for schools, developed by our Collaborative City Team.

Teachers - Register for your school pack today, click 'book now' at the top of this page to sign up.

This is homework but with a difference as your class spreads love and kindness in the community, topping up passports with stickers for each act delivered, reaching a total of ten.

Schools can now register to participate in the Passports of Kindness project, signing up to receive project materials for students. One year group per school can participate. 

Schools will receive packs w/c 28 June with the aim of students completing sections of the Passports of Kindness during school reflection time before the end of term on 22 July.

Suggested acts of kindness might include things like making a cup of tea for mum or dad, phoning a grandparent for a catch-up, or writing a letter or a poem to give to someone. For each kind act they record in the book, the children taking part will receive a new sticker.

Reflection pages in the book also offer the children an opportunity to think about each act and how it makes them feel, with the aim of promoting positive mental health and wellbeing during this challenging period.

 

An introduction to Passports of Kindness

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Developed from a pilot project with Broadheath and Edgewick Primaries, the Passports of Kindness project allows children the chance to celebrate ten of their own acts of kindness with sticker books based on Coventry and its history.

Reflection pages in the book also offer the children an opportunity to think about each act and how it makes them feel, with the aim of promoting positive mental health and wellbeing during this challenging period.

During the Easter Holiday this project was rolled out to 3500 Children through Holiday Activities and Food Programme.

Now the project is available for Primary schools for one chosen year group each, we have 4000 books to distribute in the Summer Term on a first come first-served basis.