How healthy are you?

Do you… at least five portions of fruit and vegetables every day? fruitbowl
breakfast breakfast before coming to school?
...drink enough fresh or bottled water throughout the day? water
exercise ...ensure that you exercise everyday?
ie walking/cycling/etc
...take responsibility for your own personal hygiene? shower
sleep ...ensure that you have enough sleep?
...get involved in at least one extra-curricular activity? Doing these will improve your chances of success at school!


Health Advice

Want advice or information on anything to do with your health?
Confidential appointments available in school with Sarah Elsley from the NHS School Nursing Service:

07824 461 634 (text or call)

See the Health and Well-being pages on this website for more information.


If you are feeling scared or out of control or just want to talk to someone, you can contact Childline.

Some of the things that you might want to contact them about are feeling lonely or unloved, worries about the future, problems about school, bullying, drugs, pregnancy, physical and sexual abuse, running away and concerns anout parents, brothers, sisters and friends, and crimes against you.

You can contact Childline:
1) by phone - 0800 11 11 and
2) by email from the Childline web site -