Healthy lessons at St Teresa's Primary School fitness week

Healthy living and fitness has been the topic of the week for one primary school.

During the week pupils have been given the chance to try out a range of activities, including tri-golf and skipping workshops.

Key stage two pupils took part in a circuit of activities including netball, hockey and circuits, as part of their Sports Day.

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Healthy living and fitness has been the topic of the week for one primary school.

St Teresa’s, in Brook Road, has been celebrating its annual health and fitness week, when all children are given the opportunity to take part in extra physical activities and also learn about staying fit and healthy.

During the week pupils have been given the chance to try out a range of activities, including tri-golf and skipping workshops.

Key Stage Two pupils have also taken part in a circuit of activities including netball, hockey and circuits, as part of their Sports Day.

Today, every child has been invited to bring their bicycle, scooter, skateboard, roller skates to school and have a chance to spend time with class using their wheels.

PE teacher Ann Maria Gruszkos, organised this year’s health week using the school’s sports funding to pay for some of the activities to ensure that every child gets to participate.

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