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Welcome to our 'Healthy Schools' Webpage. 

Please scroll to the bottom of the page to find useful information
or links to other websites.


Latest News: Monday 26th September was our 'STAYING SAFE' week.  We learnt how to keep ourselves safe as well as some skills to help us be a good friend.

Here are some of the things our school community says about our school:


"We think we are a healthy school because we eat our five a day,
wash our hands and do lots of sports and athletics"  Year 2 Pupils


"We think it's important for us to be a healthy school because being healthy gives our bodies more energy and power so we can have fun, keep fit and not get poorly"  Year 3 Pupils

"We believe it is important to teach our children about how to lead a healthy lifestyle so they are empowered to make the right choices"  Staff

"We think it is important to be part of a healthy school because it encourages us to eat well plus we have the opportunity to take part in so many different sports which keep us fit"  Year 5 Pupils

"We are a healthy school because we eat fruit and vegetables and at playtime we run around to get stronger"  Early Years Pupils

"We enjoy being part of a healthy school because we have lovely balanced meals, including a vegetarian option, and we all play well and do well"  Year 6.


 

Gallery - please click to view

Taking in fresh air in the outdoor classroom

Taking in fresh air in the outdoor classroom (222KB)

Looking after each other

Looking after each other (121KB)

Helping each other

Helping each other (266KB)

Making up new games

Making up new games (255KB)

Is it a goal?

Is it a goal? (271KB)

Who can jump for the longest?

Who can jump for the longest? (245KB)

We love our willow house

We love our willow house (311KB)

Clapping games are always fun

Clapping games are always fun (256KB)

The Adventure Playground

The Adventure Playground (146KB)

Enjoying the climbing wall

Enjoying the climbing wall (154KB)

What can you do with a hoop?

What can you do with a hoop? (269KB)

Enjoying our new playground markings

Enjoying our new playground markings (133KB)

Enjoying our healthy snacks

Enjoying our healthy snacks (205KB)

We can eat fresh or dried fruit like raisins

We can eat fresh or dried fruit like raisins (204KB)

Another delicious hot lunch

Another delicious hot lunch (205KB)

An orange is always particularly refreshing

An orange is always particularly refreshing (79KB)

Eating different colours for different vitamins

Eating different colours for different vitamins (188KB)

Fish and Chip Lunch is always popular

Fish and Chip Lunch is always popular (218KB)

Enjoying part of our 'five a day'

Enjoying part of our 'five a day' (166KB)

There's a huge choice of things we can eat

There's a huge choice of things we can eat (225KB)

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Documents - please click to open

pdf.gif: Good News Report

Good News Report

Staff and pupils welcomed moderators from Healthy Schools on 24th May 2016. Here is their report.
File size: 391KB (PDF File)

Links - please click to open

Hector's House

E-Safety Advice for 5-7 year olds

Cyber Cafe

E-Safety Advice for 8-10 year olds

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