Young Health Champions
A ‘Sugar Workshop’ was recently held for Year 8 students with another being hosted on Monday 3rd April. The Sugar Workshop is a project which has been developed by a group of ‘Young Health Champions’ to raise awareness of diabetes. ‘Young Health Champions’ is an initiative created by the NHS Clinical Commissioning Group and supports the involvement of young people to improve services for the health of people in the community, including the health of young people.
Any young person who is interested in becoming a ‘Young Health Champion’ and creating a project of their own will have an opportunity to talk to Mrs Steel, Teaching Assistant or Miss Webb, Head of KS3 regarding recruiting and the training required. We would like to encourage students to become ‘Young Health Champions’, by learning valuable skills and using their own ideas they can make a difference. ‘Young Health Champions’ will be able to include these skills as part of their Futures Award and gain experience which can have a great impact on their personal success and achievement.
Posted by marchesadmin on 27th March 2017, under Uncategorized
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