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Did you know...

...that over one third of children in year 6 are either overweight or obese? A statistic which has shown no sign of improving over the last 2 years?

Are you aware of our cross-curricular health and wellbeing programme, Fun-Trition? With health and wellbeing being high on the agenda for Ofsted, it is now more important than ever before to offer healthy lifestyle education to young people...

Fun-Trition delivers a series of fun and inspiring lessons for all year groups (1-6). Children develop a better understanding of food and how to make healthy lifestyle choices.

Did you know...

Research evidence shows that education and health are closely linked, so promoting the health and wellbeing of pupils and students within schools has the potential to improve their educational outcomes and their health and wellbeing outcomes. – Public Health England

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How will you benefit?

With your school’s commitment to the ‘Whole School Approach’ to health and wellbeing now being inspected, this programme supports you in taking a ‘Whole School Approach’ from pupils, to teachers and parents.

Research has shown that significant improvements in health and wellbeing can lead to improved concentration, behaviour and academic attainment...

Hear what Sally Gunnell OBE has to say about Wellbeing at Pakefield Primary School...

Sign up today for a FREE Fun-Trition session for your school...

As an early Christmas present, we’re offering you a FREE taster session for our Fun-Trition programme. At a time that is convenient to you, we will deliver a free introductory session that will engage and enthuse your children.

Simply email us with your school name and preferred contact number and we will be in touch to book your Fun-Trition taster session.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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