Gloucester Rugby Foundation has developed an exciting new Health and Wellbeing workshop based around the ‘5 ways to well-being.’ The programme is aimed at making children aware of their own physical and mental well-being with links to leading an active lifestyle. The workshop will highlight the ‘5 ways’ for children to consider and apply into their everyday lives – Connect, Be Active, Take Notice, Learn & Give.
The session is aimed at a group of 15 pupils and will engage them through thought provoking and engaging activities. The ‘5 ways to well-being’ philosophy links in with the new PiNK curriculum and has strong ties with the current PSCHE scheme of work in Gloucestershire.
In this 6 week course; the 5 ways to well-being content is covered and enables to participants to have the confidence to assist with & boost morale and general well-being in their school.
In September 2018, a new dimension to the well-being programme is being introduced; The ‘Gloucester Rugby Well-being Ambassador’ award. The idea of the ambassador award is for hand selected pupils to be confident and have accountability for assisting the well-being in their school – both in the classroom and at playtimes.
For more information contact Niki Savory, Education Tutor on 01452 872273 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Try Centre, Kingsholm Stadium
Maximum numbers: 15
Age range: Years 5&6, 7&8