Weston College encourage students to improve their physical and mental health

PUBLISHED: 18:00 21 March 2018

A cycle for In Charley's Memory was on activity on offer during Weston College's BAM week.

A cycle for In Charley's Memory was on activity on offer during Weston College's BAM week.

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An initiative to encourage students to lead healthy lives has been hailed as a 'success'.

Weston College held a body and mind (BAM) week across all three of its campuses to encourage students to take up new hobbies and activities.

A range of stalls were set up including arts and crafts, zumba, yoga, and cooking classes.

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Organiser Joel Parker said: “It was a very successful week and the feedback we have received has been overwhelmingly positive from both learners and staff.

“The idea of the initiative was for people to take on new activities to improve both their physical and mental health.

“It is important for students to have a healthy approach to their learning and their life, as having a healthy mind is just as important as having a healthy body.”

The college will host another BAM week in the future.

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