心 理 月 海 报 投 票 获 奖 公 布
Psychology Month Poster
Vote Winners announced
The second Mental Health Activity Month themed “Care for and Accept Yourself” is now drawing to a successful close. Our teachers and students, by the way of ME class, poster design and video recording, have a better learn to care for, accept, explore, and protect themselves. In addition, they also learn how to help themselves and others, which can benefit our physical and mental health.
Each class actively participated in the part of poster design, and their original and unique poster boards in line with the theme were exhibited. The activity adopted the offline vote with online circulating, and then received a smooth end thanks to students’ favorable cooperation. In the poster voting part, four classes including G1-3, G2-2, G5-4, and G7-1 won the first place in each group category. The prizes and certificates have been delivered to the winner classes where students and teachers shared the prizes and spent a wonderful time together.
获 奖 作 品
The winning poster
分 享 奖 品
Share the prize
Followed the short video sharing activity in winter vacation, the same activity was launched by the Psychological Center in the Mental Health Month to encourage students to express how they think about “care for and accept yourself” by electronic devices and technology. We have received several contributions from students in the Grade One, Two and Four. They described their understandings of the “accept yourself” by diverse styles presented in the video. They said accepting yourself means not just focusing on your strengths, but also accepting your weaknesses. We must recognize that nobody is perfect, and we should see what we move forward and what we pursue for with our imperfections. Our psychology teachers also shared their approaches to “care for yourself” in the short video, noting that we should pay more attention to our emotions and needs by setting “boundary” and “mindfulness”.
Each poster designed by every class featured with its characteristics really creates a beautiful landscape to our campus. It is no doubt that students have deeper understandings about how to care for and accept themselves by this activity. Hope that everybody here would not forget what you have seen, learned, thought, and felt in the Mental Health Activity Month in the following study and life. By doing so, our study and life will be more harmonious and our physical and mental health will be improved.