Healthy Food Pyramid - Which healthy foods do you eat?
Happy Children - Living, Loving and Learning Together!
Healthy Eating at St Cuthbert's
Physical Activity at St Cuthbert's
Activity Pyramid - How many activities do you do?
REMINDER for Parents and Carers,
We know that your child/ren enjoy sharing birthday treats with their school friends and we are always happy to help you do this!
Foods you can provide for the class instead of a cake:
A selection of fruits - pupils really enjoy this and it's a healthy treat too!
And in case you didn't know - we ALWAYS sing HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
Healthy Habits for Children
We can help you!
St Cuthbert's Catholic Primary School is a HEALTHY SCHOOL!
This means that we encourage pupils to live a healthy lifestyle and this includes eating healthy foods, having physical exercise and feeling good about ourselves.
We encourage your child to be healthy by:
Healthy snacks : we allow pupils to bring a piece of fruit for snack at playtime
Healthy drinks - we encourage pupils to bring a refillable water bottle which can be refilled throughout the day.
Physical exercise - pupils have structured PE lessons which may include sports, gymnastics or athletics
Playtimes - we have a large playground, MUGA and field where the pupils can play together informally
Foundation Learning: Pupils have access to the outdoor areas as part of their daily routines.
Mental health and Well being - pupils take part in Circle Time sessions where there is a focus on developing a healthy mind eg friendships, being confident, saying sorry, sharing a worry
Nurture Sessions - some pupils will have nurture sessions which focus on a particular aspect of feeling safe and happy eg anger management, developing self esteem, feeling safe and developing a talent