Last term's Wellbeing Wednesday was such a success with students that we followed it with a sequel: Turn It Off Tuesday. Students were encouraged to turn off their screens and get involved in something different. These afternoons have been designed to provide an alternative to the increased levels of screen time involved in remote learning so there were no online lessons scheduled for students. Older students were given activities to complete that did not require use of a screen. Younger students got involved in challenges such as to learn to juggle three balls for a minute, build a bug hotel, design a poster to promote recycling (to be judged by our Environmental Council), go for a walk and take photos of what they encountered, read a book, or see how many step ups they could complete in 30 seconds. Here are some examples of how students spent their Turn It Off Tuesday afternoon.