Kids learn to keep healthy and stay safe online

PUBLISHED: 12:00 25 February 2015

St Georges  VA Primary School  pupils enjoying the  hula hooping sessions.

St Georges VA Primary School pupils enjoying the hula hooping sessions.

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CHILDREN from St Georges Primary School have been hula-hooping their way to fitness as part of a special keeping healthy, keeping safe week.

St Georges  VA Primary School  pupils outside the life  bus sessions.St Georges VA Primary School pupils outside the life bus sessions.

The whole school got to take part in fun sports sessions and learn about staying safe online thanks to a visit from the Life Education learning bus.

The school’s deputy headteacher Rachel Clark said: “We have had lots of activities going on all week. The children have had a fantastic time, they’ve really enjoyed it, they’re absolutely buzzing.

“Hopefully by giving them a fun memory it will stay with them and they will think about ways to eat healthily and stay active. If one of them goes away and buys a hula hoop then it’s worth it.”


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