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An exciting, fun and free health education resource for teachers and school aged children. The resources make learning about microbes, antibiotic resistance, and the spread, treatment and prevention of infection fun and accessible for all.
What is e-Bug training?
e-Bug is a free educational resource that makes learning about microbes, the spread, treatment and prevention of infection fun and accessible for all. e-Bug have resources for schools and communities.
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidance recommends that schools should use e-Bug to teach about health topics such as hygiene and antibiotics. e-Bug have developed a face to face training session to train teachers and other health educators how to use the e-Bug resources.
Free school breakfast clubs boost maths and literacy results, study finds
Providing free breakfast clubs for primary schools in disadvantaged areas boosted maths and literacy results even among those pupils who didn’t attend, according to new research. Click here to view the full report from The Guardian
Early Hearing Identification Pathway
Behaviour: does the child watch what others are doing? Language and communication: is the child slow to learn? Responsiveness: does the child fail to respond when called?Volume: does the child talk too loudly? These are just a few of the signs that may indicate the child has hearing loss. Click below to view the following:
Dynamic new resources for teachers will help build crucial life-skills for young people to boost their resilience and improve their mental health and wellbeing, as part of a new evidence-based programme for schools unveiled by Public Health England (PHE).Articles
Shake Up Toolkit
Are you looking for fun ways to keep your class moving at the end of term?
Inspired by characters from Disney Frozen, Disney and Pixar Toy Story and Marvel’s The Avengers, our new Shake Up toolkit contains fun and flexible bite-sized activities to help pupils enjoy getting active in the lead up to the summer holidays.
These exciting 10 Minute Shake Up activities can be used at any point in the school day to encourage pupils to get the recommended level of daily physical activity (at least 60 minutes per day).1 They can also help you deliver the new Relationships Education and Health Education curriculum.
So whether they want to learn to defend like Black Panther, jump like Bo Peep or heave ice like Kristof - download our toolkit today to get started.
Thanks to funding from the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), primary schools across the county are being encouraged to improve the fitness, health and wellbeing of their pupils.
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