9th June 2020 Empathy Day
This is where the majority of our national programme will be delivered during the day, starting at 9am .
This is where the special parts of our programme aimed specifically at the cluster will be posted beginning at 9:45am
Discussions and posts will be happening all day via Twitter using the #empathyday, but content specific to the cluster will be marked with #empathycymru so we can easily track all the great work you and your pupils are sharing!
Twitter will also be the place where our brand new Empathy Transition charter will be launched, school by school during the course of the day so please do retweet and join in the discussion as the charter is announced during the day.
‘The Empathy Conversation’ event held at 7:15pm will be streamed live to our new Facebook page which you can now follow at https://m.facebook.com/EmpathyLabUK/
We look forward to seeing you all and hearing about all those great empathy moments on Tuesday!
The ‘Empathys’ will be announced on Empathy Day
Year 7 students were set an assignment to persuade their English teacher which book character should win the ‘Empathys’ Award for showing empathy skills. After looking through all the very persuasive entries, five entries have been shortlisted. We want you to vote for the most empathetic character, choose from the TOP FIVE entries below. Click on the ‘Entry’ to read why the character shows empathy. Then complete the voting form (click the link) by 2pm today.
Entry A – Pippa Fitz-Amobi (A Good Girls Guide To Murder)
Entry B – River (Username Regenerated)
Entry C – Linus (Finding Audrey)
Entry D – Summer (Wonder)
Entry E – Jack Will (Wonder)
18th May 2020
The Four Purposes of the Curriculum will be delivered in the Pentrahafod Cluster by developing young people’s empathy skills and a life-long love of reading. Our children will go on to become empathetic members of our community, Wales and the wider world #EmpathyCymru.
Click to read the EmpathyLab Newsletter with information about book talk questions.