Healthy Living

Description: 

 

 

Setting up a healthy tuck shop, cooperation, Food preparation, cooking, food labels, What is healthy?,

 

Financial Planning and setting up a school Credit Union savings scheme for pupils and parents (optional)

 

Mental wellbeing, Exercise, Growing food and outdoor games.

 

We have worked in 8 primary schools now.

 

 

 

How attendees will Benefit:

 

Health is lifelong and learning to be healthy is a life lessson. Exercise, Growing food, Eating food. Awareness of =food labelling and what nutrients are. 

 

 

 

Who should attend: 

 

Most of our courses are for your exisiting group. School, community groups or businesses. 

 

What attendees will learn: 

 

What we put in our mouths, minds and how it affects us. 

 

About the trainers:

 

Our co-operative has trainers in various parts of East Anglia and when an enquiry is made we see who is available to be your point of contact. 

 

 

Book a Place:  

 

Please email us on office@firstquestion.coop or phone to discuss. 

One form of evaluation we use

Opportunity

Join us for our regular   

Co-operative Values and Principles Development Days.

"What is a co-operative" followed by exploration into how co-operative values and principles shape our lives. 

Contact us for dates, venues and prices. 

Olympic Enterprises

Riverwalk School, Bury St. Edmunds. Enterprise week. Tailored to suit the SEN school. 

training in action
Co-operative xmas card making
Reimagining Education conference
visioning exercise
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