Hygge (Pronounced Hoo-ga)

AS you will know, the Year Fives have been having some wonderful ‘Being Brilliant’ sessions with author and scientist Andy Cope. He taught us about a principle called ‘hygge’. The word originates in Denmark and has no direct English translation. However, it is all to do with well-being, and Andy told us the best words to use were ‘snuggliness, comfort and cosiness’. During the Monday morning session, we were asked to think of examples of ‘hygge’ for different seasons.

Here are Y5GE, in class, today experiencing a winter hygge!

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