Governors

Healthy Eating and Physical Activity at Rhyl Primary

by Julia Stainton

Key Points

Our work to improve healthy eating and increase physical activity of our pupils made a significant impact and we have achieved the Healthy Schools London Silver and Gold Awards.

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Mindfulness – A whole school approach, Rhyl Primary

by Lee James

Key Points

  • The impact of Mindfulness sessions on classes across KS 1 and 2, a lunchtime Mindfulness colouring club, and an offer to all staff.
  • By having regular lessons and daily class input from teachers, we wanted to develop the wellbeing and resilience of pupils, as well as providing a course for staff interested in taking up the offer.
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Happiness Project – Christ Church NW3

by Lee James

Key Points

We know that all children experience times when they feel less happy and, through our Happiness Project, we wanted to equip them with a range of strategies they can use to help themselves and others a

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Team Heroes at Holy Trinity and St Silas Primary

by Rebecca Hall

Key Points

“This whole school buddy system has transformed relationships across the school. It has enabled every child to feel a valued and cared for member of the school community and it ensures that every child has a voice beyond their class room.” Lorraine Dolan (Headteacher)

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Anti-Bullying Champions at Rhyl Primary School

by Julia Stainton

Key Points

“Pupils have high levels of respect of one another’s differences and demonstrate outstanding behaviour both in lessons and throughout the school. “
Challenge Partners Review March 2017

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Linking nutrition, growing food and developing cooking skills to improve healthy behaviours.

by Matthew Western

Key Points

  • Our school recognises the important relationships between nutrition, growing food and developing cooking skills. Linking these areas has helped achieve our aim to change mind sets and help improve healthy behaviours for our school community
  • Delivering a comprehensive practical cooking and nutrition programme, encouraging food growing, establishing our Food Waste Café, promoting sustainability and working closely with our families have been key aspects of our work
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Mile a Day

by Harriet Williams

Key Points

  • Increase pupils’ fitness
  • Reduce obesity and prevent lifestyle diseases
  • Improve social, emotional and mental wellbeing
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Careers Event at Christ Church, NW3

by LH

Key Points

Develop a greater understanding of available career choices

Raise the children’s aspirations

Develop pupils’ knowledge of particular careers

Chance to interact with a range of professionals

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Increasing physical activity and improving physical education at St Joseph’s Primary

by Katie Stewart

Key Points

  • Increase the amount of physical activity of your pupils
  • Improve the quality of teaching of physical education
  • Make best use of your PE and Sport Premium Funding
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EYFS – Maintaining Ofsted Outstanding

by Silvia Latorraca

Key Points

  • To create an environment where the children make excellent progress as independent, robust learners.
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