Most of us love social media and use it daily. It’s a fabulous way to stay in contact with family and friends and share the things that are important to us. However, sometimes the airbrushed nature of social media can make change our perspective on things and doesn’t always promote positive wellbeing. Our social media feeds tend to be filled with only positive, air brushed images which isn’t great for our self esteem and doesn’t reflect reality.
“Facebook, which has 1.49 billion daily active users according to September 2018 figures, has acknowledged that social media can be bad for users' mental health.” (BBC article 30.12.18)
This fascinating article tackles a subject that is becoming more and more problematic. We spend longer on our phones than ever before because we can do so much but how is it affecting our relationships with the people around us and our wellbeing?
Good afternoon all,
You just know it is going to be a bad day when a dead rodent falls into your bowl while you’re pouring yourself some Kellog’s Crunchy Nut cereal during a dark, winter morning. It turns out that Year 6 ‘have my back’ as they wasted no time in sitting down to write a formal and powerful letter of complaint about Kellog’s Quality Control standards. Please ask Year 6 pupils for examples of formal language and how to structure an effective, formal letter of complaint.