Healthy School

At Park End Primary we promote all aspects of living a healthy lifestyle. This is a whole school focus and is incorporated through all areas of the curriculum and daily routine.

Pupils are encouraged to establish life-long healthy habits which we do through the following:

  • Cooking and preparing food
  • Curriculum topics linked closely to promoting healthy living
  • Growing food in our school garden
  • Healthy snacks provided across school at play times
  • Healthy choices served at lunchtime and a sociable eating environment
  • Special event e.g. Breakfast Week
  • Assemblies focused on food e.g. our Ready Steady Cook assembly
  • Newsletters sent home with recipes and ideas
  • Healthy breakfast club accessible to pupils
  • Visits from Dental Health Advisor
  • Tooth brushing scheme in reception classes
  • Variety of sports clubs during lunchtimes and after school
  • Active fun PE lessons
  • Focused assemblies on specific well-being issues e.g. keeping calm
  • PSHE lessons specific to each year group

Useful Links

Change For Life
Phunky Foods
NHS Keeping Teeth Clean

School Calendar

Year 2 castles workshop
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Bank holiday
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VE Day
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