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Oral Health

 

This year as part of being a 'Healthy School', we are continuing to focus on Oral Health.

We will have a whole school oral health themed day this term where all children will take part in cross curricular activities linked to looking after our teeth. 

EYFS pupils are brushing their teeth every day as part of the 'Teeth Team' initiative, and we use a song which helps us to remember to brush for the full two minutes, click here for the link to the song to use it at home, too. 

 

Take a look at the photos below...

Farmer's Market Summer 2019

 

It was great to see such a fantastic turnout at our Summer Farmer’s Market and we really do appreciate your support!  The children have worked hard in their year groups to make the produce to sell including the following:

 

  1. Rhubarb jam
  2. Egg Muffins
  3. Couscous salad
  4. Quinoa salad
  5. Broad bean and potato salad
  6. Pea and pasta salad

 

We were also very lucky to be donated carrots and rhubarb from Hammond’s farm following Reception’s school trip on Tuesday and we hope that you enjoy making your own delicious food with it.

Packed Lunch policy;


A healthy packed lunch consists of;

  • A sandwich/pitta bread/wholemeal pasta
  • A piece of fruit or chopped up vegetables such as raw carrot/cucumber/pepper
  • Fruit yogurt
  • A drink; preferably water or fruit juice

 

​We will not accept fizzy drinks, sweets of any kind or chocolate bars.

Within school, we like to promote a healthy lifestyle which includes fitness, too. Children enjoy a variety of exercise in school through taught sessions, after school clubs, brain breaks and also their play times.

 

If you would like to take part in some fitness challenges at home, visit Darebee which is a great resource!

 

Children also love GoNoodle which is suitable for all ages and includes a mixture of dance, coordination, stretching, motor skills, balance, mindfulness amongst others!

Healthy Schools Programme
 

As a school we continually support children to develop healthy behaviours and last year, Rise Park was awarded a 'Health and Wellbeing' accreditation.
Below are just a few of the things that are have been in place within school which contributes to our health-promoting environment.

 

 

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