Never swim in open water when there are no life-guards present Stop and think – spot the dangers. Don’t jump or dive into open water; submerged objects such as rocks may not be visible and can cause serious injuries Stay together Be aware that 
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The people that run the Health and Wellbeing services where you live want to find out what you think. You can tell them the good bits and the bad bits. They will listen to what you say.They will act on what you tell them.Then they 
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Raquel Ila Juraez, one of our parents, is a dentist. She has very kindly agreed to come into school next Wednesday morning and run a short parents session to share advice on how to keep your child’s teeth and mouth as healthy as possible. The 
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Yesterday we had the third of this term’s Health and Well-being afternoons. A wide range of activities took place; all focussed on supporting the children’s health, fitness and mental well-being. Activities on offer included, dodgeball, PE beanbag games, mindfulness colouring and art, a creative DT 
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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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