How to be Hoppy
by Stephen Richards
“How to be Hoppy is a day that helps pupils explore what it is that makes them happy and sad. What is it that they love to do and how can they help others in their community be happy too. Designed as a fun, creative, imaginative extravaganza for the pupils to express themselves and of course find their inner Bungaroo.”
About the Day
Happiness is something we have naturally.
There are however things we can do to help us to be happy. Eating well, getting a good nights sleep, having close friendships, sharing, helping others and doing what we love.
Our Bungaroo character is a way of expressing our inner happiness and the part of us that knows exactly How to be Hoppy.
The children explore what makes them happy, how can they helps others, what do they love to do and how they can find their inner Bungaroo.
“A truly expressive, fun, creative, extravaganza of a day. It will leave the pupils inspired, thoughtful and with clear points of reference for what it takes to maintain peak Hoppiness!”
Recommended for: PSHE, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Health week, Confidence, Happiness, Celebration, About me topics.
Ages: Nursery, Key Stage 1 and 2 – See filter on the gallery of days below for age group and type of day.
Amount of pupils: Up to 140 in one day (more on request) max 35 per class.
Availability: All year – UK wide. Advance booking preferred but can help with last minutes plans.