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Pupils take part in Wellbeing Week

Posted on: 17 Jan 2017


Pupils at Skippers Hill Manor Preparatory School recently took part in their own Wellbeing Week.

Children from Kindergarten through to Year 8 spent the week enjoying a range of activities with a focus on promoting health and happiness, including mindfulness workshops, art therapy, fitness classes, massage and smoothie making.

The school’s Key Stage 3 pupils also hosted an Afternoon Tea in the local village hall, in conjunction with Mayfield and Five Ashes Community Services, providing musical entertainment and delicious sandwiches and cakes, to some of the older members of the community.

Headmaster, Mark Hammond, said: “At Skippers Hill we pride ourselves on providing a warm and supportive, family atmosphere for pupils and we feel that focusing upon our wellbeing and preparing for the challenges of modern life is vitally important. This, our second Wellbeing Week, has been a great opportunity for staff and pupils to focus on their own and others’ wellbeing and to learn more about how we can stay healthy and happy, which in turn can support learning and development.”

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