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Front line workers school placement request form
Posted on: 07/Apr/20

Front line workers school placement request form

If you need to request childcare provision please complete the relevant form:

Please note the message from the government that ‘children who can stay at home, should stay at home’.

Information about the Coronavirus
Posted on: 26/Feb/20

Information about the Coronavirus

We continue to work closely with our health and safety advisers to monitor the situation regarding the coronavirus.

We will follow the guidance from the Department of Health and Social Care and Public Health England and update you if anything changes.

Learn how to cook jerk chicken, rice and peas at New Tracks Youth Club
Posted on: 24/Jan/20

Learn how to cook jerk chicken, rice and peas at New Tracks Youth Club

What: Help prepare and eat jerk chicken, rice and peas with homemade coleslaw.

When: Friday 31 January 2020

Where: New Tracks Youth Club, High Street, Oldland Common (the youth club building is to the rear of Redfield Edge Primary School)

Time: 7 – 9.30pm

Cost: 50p entry

Come along and help prepare and eat jerk chicken, rice and peas with homemade coleslaw.

Cookery events will take place on the last Friday of each month.

NB: This event has not been organised by the school, we are merely promoting it. If you would like further details please contact the youth club directly.

Child weight management: Reach
Posted on: 07/Jan/20

Child weight management: Reach

Reach is a free and fun programme, for those aged 4-16 who are above a healthy weight, to attend with their parents or carers. It focuses on helping children and young people to achieve a healthy weight by increasing physical activity, boosting emotional wellbeing and sharing ideas for healthy eating. New courses start from Tuesday 28 January in Bradley Stoke, Staple Hill and Yate. To find out more and book your place go to www.southglos.gov.uk/reach

Reach aims to:

  • Promote the health and wellbeing of children and young people by increasing physical activity, boosting mental health and wellbeing and improving nutritional intake
  • Support children and young people to reduce their BMI; this could be by weight maintenance and growing into a healthier weight, rather than weight loss, depending on the age of the child, stage of growth and degree of obesity
  • Provide a family based approach and offer group programmes and 1:1 support to encourage positive lifestyle changes
  • Support partners in their work with overweight or obese children, young people and families

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