Wood Green Junior School, Wednesbury

“We used that pack to look at kindness to the environment. We used this to achieve Bronze ECO Schools. We are undergoing plans with the School Council for Kindness Day UK.”

St John’s Church of England Primary School, Coventry

“Will use this for ideas for R.E. lessons. Thank you.”

Greenacres Primary School, Shropshire

“It all looks useful. It has been shared at a staff meeting and will be used by all staff with pupils.”

Claverdon Primary School, Warwick

“Good links between science, environmental and animal aspects included in the pack. Kindness activities - especially display ideas, would benefit as a reminder in classrooms. Lots of ideas are simple but look effective and suitable for use in both KS1 and KS2.”

Holmer Lake Primary School, Shropshire

“We will use this to promote charitable events.”

St Mary’s RC Primary School, Brierley Hill

“Thank you for this resource. It marries very well with our RE curriculum and ethos.”

Crocketts Community Primary School, Smethwick

“Thank you for lovely pack!”

Athelstan Primary School, Handsworth

“I will inform rest of my colleagues as to the ideas linked to SMSC/PSE and see how they like them.”

Westfield Primary School, Staffordshire

“There are lots of useful ideas in this book that can be used in both key stage one and two.”

Rainbow Guide Pack, Coldfield

“We would love to do a meeting with the girls on World Kindness Day. Please could you send us two kindness packs so we could use bits for our meeting? I feel that this would fit in great with the girls who are learning their promise as part of it is 'to be kind and helpful' I could take the extra pack to our next District Meeting to share with other leaders of Rainbows, Brownies and Guides. Thank you. I have passed the pack to my daughter’s school and they thought it was a lovely idea. My friend is going to mentioned it at her PTA meeting too.”

The Oval Primary School, Birmingham

“We think kindness day is a great idea, could you send 2 packs along with any assembly ideas. Thank you.”

Boney Hay, Burntwood

“I will use this as part of my speaking and listening week. It will make a great class display too. Website downloads look great. Thank you.”

Holy Family Catholic Primary School, Keresley

“An excellent resource that will appeal to primary aged children. Thank you for being so kind.”

East Ruston Area Infant School, East Ruston

“Lovely idea. Good model for activities.”

St Mary's CofE (VC) Primary School,

“Links to our 'values' curriculum. Will use the downloadable resources!”

Ysgol Gymraeg y Gwerant, Pengwern

“We will be using the activities during Anti-Bullying Day in November. Thank you.”

St Joseph's Catholic Voluntary Academy, Leicester

“A useful resource to have in school as it suits everybody and can easily be adapted to fit into a range of curriculum areas. Might kick start it with a kindness day for the whole school on November 13th.”

Wood Lane Primary School, Stoke-on-Trent

“Downloadable resources were brilliant.”

Sundorne Infant School, Shrewsbury

“Thank you for the pack! The activities will fit well into our school ethos of caring and sharing.”

Leintwardine Endowed CE Primary School, Shropshire

“We already award a 'kindness certificate' to 1 child from each class at our celebration assembly on Fridays. The class nominates a kind person. The ideas will keep the profile raised.”

Myddle CofE Primary School, Shropshire

“Some nice ideas for class and whole school worship. Thank you!”

Gorse Hill Community Primary School, Worcestershire

“We will incorporate these ideas into our existing PHSE curriculum as well as using ideas for themed weeks.”

Alveston CofE Primary School, Warwickshire

“This well be shared with staff at the staff meeting. All the activities in section 2 look useful.”

Moor Hall Primary School, West Midlands

“The ideas will be used to supplement SEAL work and assemblies.”

Binley Woods Primary School, Warwickshire

“Simple activities suitable for all children.”

St Werburgh's CofE Primary School, Staffordshire

“The kindness book looks like a very worthwhile activity.”

Leigh CofE Primary School, West Midlands

“This will be a useful pack for early years to support PSHE.”

Kington Primary School, Herefordshire

“The online resources and stories are useful. Great contribution to values and PSHE. Thank you.”

Bilton Infant School, Warwickshire

“As a school that has 'values' at its core, the act of kindness and the ideas within the pack fit beautifully. Simple and clear to read, practical ideas, relevant to our children. Thank you for the free copy - your kindness is much appreciated.”

Hall Green Infant School, Birmingham

“One of our school aspirations is kindness - this was one of the children's ideas. We teach Values Education and will include kindness in that, so the resource will be very helpful. Thank you.”

St Lukes CofE Primary School, Stafforshire

“Good ideas for PHSE/SEAL and worship.”

All Saints CofE Infant School, Warwickshire

“We may use some of the ideas within our PHSE work when suitable for our planned 'values for life' themes in assembly ”

St John's CofE Primary School, Staffordshire

“A very useful resource to work alongside our PHSE curriculum. Thank you.”

Wood Green Junior School, West Midlands

“I believe this pack is a great resource that could be used during anti-bullying week. Many thanks.”

Park Hall Junior Academy, West Midlands

“There are elements that will be useful for the whole school or cohort specific.”

All Saints CofE Primary School, Staffordshire

“The resource section looks good.”

Outwoods Primary School, Warwickshire

“We would really love to receive one of your resource packs. Thank you so much.”

Kinlet CofE Primary School, Worcestershire

“The pack will fit in well with our P.S.H.E unit and also this term's topics about rainforests and sustainability.”

Perry Beeches Infant School, Birmingham

“Good ideas throughout”

Greenways Primary School, Staffordshire

“Love it all - need to implement this”

St Anne's Catholic Primary School, Staffordshire

“It fits in with our Mission Statement beautifully - 'let trust, respect and love live here'. Thank you very much!”

St Michael's C of E Aided Primary School, West Midlands

“Useful ideas for how to help children appreciate and understand what 'kindness' is. Will use these ideas in small groups of children who find it difficult to make/keep friendships and teach how kindness can help.”

Stretton C of E Primary School, Coventry

“There's not enough kindness in the world! Many thanks!”

Lickey Hills Primary School, Birmingham

“Lovely pack! I'll pass it around in our next staff meeting. Thank you.”

Devonshire Infant School, West Midlands

“All the activities look very child friendly. This pack looks very useful for early years and KS1. We will certainly use the ideas as part of PSHE.”

Holly Hill Methodist C of E Infant School, Birmingham

“One of our school 'golden rules' is 'Be Kind' so these suggestions will be useful.”

St Augustine's Catholic Primary School, West Midlands

“The practical ideas and hints look useful.”

Badsey First school, Worcestershire

“Activities that stimulate ideas for the school and classroom. Thank you.”

Highwood Primary School, Staffordshire

“Aspects relating to the environment look useful.”

Bretforton First School, Worcestershire

“Thank you for the kindness pack we received in school.”

Broadmeadow Infant School, Birmingham

“We will be promoting kindness as one of our values and so use the book theme. The quiz, letter and story activities look useful as well as the online resource list.”

Henry Hinde Junior School, Warwickshire

“My job in school is as the Learning Mentor supporting children with friendship/emotional wellbeing etc. Thank you for the resource - I will certainly be using it in 'Henry's Den', a nurturing room used by children/parents/staff.”

St Paul's C of E Primary School, Staffordshire

“This is an excellent inclusive resource. Our school council is going to use it to plan activities. The downloadable certificates are especially useful.”

Canon Evans C of E Infant School, Warwickshire

“Thank you for this pack. One of our school rules is 'be kind'. This pack raises awareness and will give our school council some useful ideas to promote kind acts throughout the school.”

The Priory Primary School, West Midlands

“I shall use the activities with children who require development of personal and social skills.”

Herbert Fowler Junior School, Coventry

“The suggested activities will fit into PSHE and assembly themes. Some elements of our rewards system could incorporate some of the ideas outlined - children receive 'bricks' on a half-termly basis for showing kindness, support, manners etc.”

St John's C of E Primary School, Worcestershire

“We use values as themes for worship...The pack contains a lot of useful material when we cover kindness as a value.”

Lapal Primary School, West Midlands

“This will help us to address spiritual, moral, social and cultural issues.”

Teagues Bridge Primary School, Shropshire

“Lots of lovely ideas.”

St Teresa's Catholic Primary School, Wolverhampton

“Good links to nature - It will be used to support EYFS pupils in creating and developing their outdoor area.”

Woodlands Primary School, West Midlands

“We received your kindness pack today. It is lovely! We have a very positive ethos at school and I feel that getting involved with your kindness organisation is just what we need.”

Raysfield Infants School, Bristol

“Thank you! I will use it to support my assembly programme.”

Randlay Primary School, Shropshire

“The overall simplicity of the pack makes it a very user friendly publication.”

St Lawrence C of E Primary School, Staffordshire

“We are lucky enough to have a vast outdoor area surrounding our school. We are in the process of developing this. To develop a kindness area outside would be of great benefit.”

Eckington C of E First School, Worcestershire

“Had not heard of Kindness Day before. Hope to do it next year.”

Franche Primary School, Worcestershire

“We will find this pack most useful - Thank you so much.”