Wednesday, February 6, 2019
We are delighted to gain positive feedback with regards to our schools at any time of the year but when we get two in the space of one week we are more then happy!
Our Bedfordshire School had a visit from an AQA assessor who commented on the work that had been produced and presented for assessment. The assessor was pleased to see the quality of work and teacher assessment.
While our Cheshire School received praise from the general public on the manners and politeness of a group of young people mountain biking as part of outdoor education.
Hearing such positivity makes the staff smile and our young people realise that the efforts put into each and every task do make a difference.
Monday, February 4, 2019
We all know that over the festive period we over indulge by eating and drinking too much, often things that we do not have as much of at other times of year. This is way so many people do dry January or detox during the first month of the year.
Within our schools and homes we are careful and promote healthy eating and positive lifestyle choices, but when 'Fizz Free February' came around we could not resist taking part.
Fizz Free February is backed by many Local Authorities, Sugar Smart and the British Dental Association. Fizzy drinks are the largest single source of sugar for children aged 11-18, and they provide an average of 29% of daily sugar intake. Cutting out, or simply reducing, fizzy drinks is an easy way to reduce sugar intake.
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