Health and Wellbeing

I value the opportunities I am given to make friends.

I value the opportunities I am given to make friends.

Health & Wellbeing
We promote daily physical activity in the Children’s Centre. The children take part in physical activity both indoors and out using a variety of equipment.

We use the £2.00 fund money from parents to provide the children with good quality nutritious food and ensure that they drink either milk or water. We do not encourage children to bring sweets, crisps or fizzy drinks to the Children’s Centre.

The children take part in the Toothbrushing Programme which is supervised in Inverclyde by Shona McGougan, Health Improvement Practitioner—Oral Health.
Good health is not only promoted in the snack and physical areas but using songs and games it is promoted in all curricular areas by a well-informed and highly qualified staff team.

“Good health and wellbeing is central to effective learning and preparation for successful independent living”
                                                        Curriculum for Excellence

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