Year 6 are really enjoying their Bikeability sessions. Yesterday they rode on the playground, to practice their skills and assess their readiness to ride on the roads, which they did today. They are looking forward to more cycling tomorrow!
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This week, during the first part of Reception Class and Year 1’s ‘Get Fit, Stay healthy’ club, the children worked hard to complete their 4-minute run, followed by a number of different exercise stations around the hall. The children then enjoyed a well-deserved healthy snack 
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This week it is National Walk to School Week. Well done to everyone who walked to school this morning, either as part of Miss Taylor’s organised walk from the War Horse Memorial, or with their family and friends. Walking to school is a great way 
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As part of this year’s Walk to School Week, the School Council are organising a walking bus on Monday 16ht May. They are hoping to get as many children attending as possible on the Monday and then encourage families to walk to school on their 
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This afternoon we had the first of this term’s four well-being afternoons. The children mixed up across their key stages and took part in an activity designed to have a positive impact on their health and well-being. Over the course of the four afternoons the 
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Week 2 of Easter Holiday Club saw the children enjoying learning about a balanced diet and using this knowledge to design their own lunchtime, healthy bagels using a range of vegetables and cream cheese. They balanced this with fruit for snack time and also made 
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Last week started with the discovery of a giant beanstalk growing in Reception Class! Where had it come from? What could be at the top? Some thought a giant, others thought a unicorn or perhaps an ice monster!! We all had great fun climbing the 
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Young people need to learn to take care of their minds as well as their bodies. Lots of things can damage the way they feel and think, and it’s more common than people realise – one in every five children, for example, struggles with their 
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A new mental health website for children and young people has launched! Find out about the support that NHS Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in Herefordshire and Worcestershire offer by visiting: www.camhs.hacw.nhs.uk Support for parents and carers can be found here: www.camhs.hacw.nhs.uk/parents-and-carers 
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