The term 'wellbeing' spans a wide spectrum of themes including healthy schools, emotional health, targeted mental health (TaMHS), bullying, healthy eating, PSHCE Education, citizenship and much more. We take seriously our commitment to a healthy lifestyle and are part of the healthy school meals program. Well done to the 15 children from years 4, 5 and 6 who represented TEAM EVERSLEY at the second Change For Life Festival held at James Hornsby High School. As well as learning about a healthy lifestyle, we also got to try handball, dodgeball, basket ball and cooking! CEOP is a command of the National Crime Agency, and is dedicated to tackling the sexual abuse and exploitation of children and young people. This January, Leeds is supporting the new Change 4 Life campaign 'Smart Swaps' to help families cut sugar and saturated fat from their everyday snacks, drinks and meals. The class with the most swaps will receive a certificate at our headteacher assembly on Friday. The children had lots of fun competing in a carousel of sporting activities including; Jack High, Up, Up & Away, Slalom Relays and Night Time Navigation to name a few!

We encourage them to develop their strengths to fulfil their full potential and to aid them on the way we include a wide variety of after school clubs that help them overcome their weaknesses and solidify strengths. The girls enjoyed using a range of skills and trying lots of different activities from badminton to indoor curling.
CEOP is here to help young people (up to age 18) who have been forced or tricked into taking part in sexual activity with anyone online or in the real world. Change4Life is calling on families across the nation to sign up to the smart swaps campaign and make one easy change - like swapping to a healthy school meal or swapping takeaways to cooking from scratch. During registration time, teachers allow children to discuss the swaps that they have made, and allow them to place tokens into the totaliser. We also offer advice and links to support in response to other online problems young people might face, such as cyberbullying or hacking. For information, advice and to report concerns directly to CEOP, visit the Safety Centre by clicking on the Click CEOP button. Working in pairs one child had a blandfold on while their partner guided them around the course using only their voice.

Again the children showed fantastic TEAMWORK skills, all contributing to the designs of the obstacle course.
One of the games we played today involved the chidlren all joined together in a circle holding hands, a hula hoop was placed between 2 pupils and the idea of the game was to get the hula hoop around the whole circle without anyone breaking the chain. The children were fantastic team members supporting and encouraging each other and all the children managed to earn their TEAMWORK sticker. WEEK 4 After 2 weeks off for Easter it was great to catch up with the children and find out what physical activity they have taken part in over the 2 week holidays.
Fingers crossed for good weathe rnext week so we can get back out onto the field for a treasure hunt Week 5 It was a bit cold but we got our coats on to take part in the change for life treasure hunt. Working in pairs we worked together to use the map of the school to find the different change for life tabs.

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