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5 Ways to Wellbeing - Primary Schools
Coping with Family Life During the Lockdown
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Five ways to wellbeing
As a pupil attending an Active Movement school, your child has the opportunity to sign up now to the home extension programme of the Active Movement programme provided by Public Health Slough via their Health At Home resources.
This programme continues to build on the good practice developed in school to promote healthy lifestyle and well-being at home. To sign up, please head to https://www.publichealthslough.co.uk/campaigns/active-ambassador-programme/ and sign up either for the early years programme or the primary schools programme.
Both programmes are focused on promoting positive behaviours. In the primary programme, the main aim is to empower the child to take ownership of supporting their family to be more active and healthy whilst at home. Once signed up to the programme, your child will receive a letter, badge and pledge of what to do.