Next week we will be having our annual ‘Health and Well-being Week’. With children’s health and happiness being such a high profile topic at the moment, it is ever more important that we teach and encourage our youngsters about how to be happy and healthy. Although this subject is built into our daily, weekly and topic related planning at all times during the year, it is always great to raise awareness with a focus week.
As part of a variety of planned activities, we would like to encourage all children to have a ‘healthy’ lunch box next week and to encourage the children to walk, cycle or scooter to school.
Also as part of this week, the majority of our children will from Reception to Year 5 pupils will also be receiving their Sex and Relationships Education (SRE) – Please read the leaflet in the Parents - Curriculum - Personal Relationship section of the website. Year 6s sessions will take place after Half Term.
Individual teachers may contact you with further information also. As always, if you have any queries about our ‘Health and Well-being Week’ please speak to your class teacher.
Finally, it is also Safer Internet Day on Tuesday and we are building in activities linked to this next week, including a visit from PC Ashton for many of our children,
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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