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St Mary's

Hatfield Broad Oak

Healthy Schools

Healthy Schools
As a member of the Healthy Schools scheme, we encourage children to enjoy healthy snack choices for their morning break. Early Years and Key Stage 1 children are provided with a free piece of fruit or vegetables for their mid morning snack, but may also choose to bring in their own fruit/veg portion from home if they wish. Key Stage 2 children need to bring in their own piece of fruit or vegetable from home. Rewards will be given to children spotted consistently making healthy choices.

Max Medal

We have received a special medal and 'Max'-imum Effort Stickers from the Daily Mile Essex support team.  

The Medal will be shared between classes and each week a different class of children will be putting extra effort into their daily mile in order to be awarded the medal.

 

November News update:  Each class has had the medal for a week now and it has now been passed back to Owl class.  The medal had increased children's motivation to keep running and there has been a lot of healthy competitiveness in order to win the medal.  Children awarded the medal wear it in class for the day and recieve a special sticker in our Friday Celebration Assembly.  

The Daily Mile

Please follow the link to the Daily Mile initiative. As a Federation, we are following this as a way to getting everyone used to being active every day.

Active Essex Daily Mile

Essex Schools get involved in the Daily Mile

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