Trinity Croft visit NYS for Health Humans workshop
Trinity Croft C of E Primary School came along to one of our Healthy Human Stadium days, which included a whole day of workshops around various health topics such as, The Human Body which included, the skeleton, organs and muscles and Nutrition and healthy eating. Along with the educational workshops the pupils were taken on a tour around the stadium and learnt a lot about what Christine Hamilton Year 3 teacher explained ‘The children and staff really enjoyed the day. The class are writing a recount about the tour and the children have remembered far more than they would have done normally’
Our health Officer Lauren Kerry said “it was a pleasure to have the year 3 pupils from Trinity Croft Primary School, who were so enthusiastic about health and willing to take on so much information about what it takes to be a healthy human”
For more information regarding the ‘Health’ workshops at the stadium day please contact Lauren for more information. All workshops can be made bespoke to fit your schools requirements.
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