Nutrition, Activity & Wellness Programme for Children

Because Mental Health & Well-being have never been more important

As you are aware, mental health and child wellbeing is fantastically important as it has a huge impact on learning and development from a young age.

My programme aims to teach children to have a better outlook on life by building confidence, managing anxiety and depression, and increasing self-esteem through learning how to eat happy, drink well, sleep better and move more.

If you would be interested in a free taster session for your school this can be arranged once schools have resumed normal timetables, hopefully not too far in the distant future.

I’d like to introduce a new 12-week lesson programme for KS1 and KS2 children.

Get Set, Go! Kids focuses on Nutrition, Activity and Wellness for Kids in primary education.

There are 4 main areas covered:

Eat Happy, Drink Happy, Sleep Happy and Move Happy.

Each week children will learn the fundamentals of each element through fun games, class participation, art, quizzes and much more.

There will also be a small element for each child to take home and complete with a grown up.

Eat Happy & Drink Happy

Encouraging children to eat a nutritious, balanced diet early on is important for a number of reasons.

Learning what to do through lessons involving quizzes, class sharing activities, art and more can help prepare children to make good decisions on their own about the foods they want to eat.

Move Happy

Exercise has been shown to help children combat depression as well as behavioural disorders.

A physically active child is a healthy child. 

Physical activity strengthens a child’s muscles and bones, prevents excessive weight gain, and reduces the risk of diabetes, cancer, and other conditions.

Sleep Happy

Sleep is an essential part of everyone’s routine and an indispensable part of a healthy lifestyle.

Studies have shown that children who regularly get an adequate amount of sleep have improved attention, behaviour, learning, memory, and overall mental and physical health

HOW AN EXTERNAL COACH IS VALUABLE TO A SCHOOL

Managing overload in terms of planning, marking and report writing

Provide additional capacity to help schools to deliver a greater range

and frequency of school opportunities for their children and young people.

Improving their planning and lesson organisation

Maintaining a work life balance

Managing teaching staff and assistants, or members of a department

Developing the performance of NQTs

Contact now for more information or to arrange a taster session for your school

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