As an accredited Healthy School we not only provide healthy and nutritional food in our dining room, but we have an excellent allotment growing fresh, seasonal produce throughout the year. The produce is farmed by our children under the guidance of our expert gardener, Frank and used by our talented chef, Mokhtar and his team.
When making packed lunches for children we encourage parents to consider healthy snack options such as fresh or dried fruit, vegetable sticks and yoghurts. We also ask that they avoid sending pupils in with large bars of chocolate or bags of sweets or crisps.
Drinking water and remaining adequately hydrated is essential for healthy living and productive learning. Every pupil has their own water bottle to ensure they have sufficient to drink throughout the day. Discrete drinking is allowed in lessons when the teacher considers it safe to do so.
"It's fantastic! It keeps everyone healthy and energetic. I can do at least 20 push ups in one go!" Sapra, Year 6
"Sit ups and push ups are my favourite exercise stations. It's wicked - we get to have fitness competitions with our friends." Naheem, Year 6
"It's fun competing with each other, but also encouraging our friends to go faster and do more!" Noor, Year 5
"We love it! It's made us enjoy sport more and keeps us super fit!" Uwais, Year 3
Sleep is very important to a child's wellbeing. There's no setamount of sleep that all children of a particular age need, but here's aguide to the approximate hours of sleep they should aim for.