Secondary Health & Wellbeing Week
Health & Wellbeing week is an important event at Network secondary school to promote the physical, mental and emotional well-being of students. The week provided students with an opportunity to learn about healthy habits and practices that will help them lead a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life.
One of the key objectives of Health & Wellbeing is creating awareness about the various health issues that students are facing nowadays, and the impact that these issues can have on their lives. Discussions on topics such as bullying, anxiety, and substance abuse help students understand the importance of addressing these issues, and the resources available to them to seek help.
The highlight of the week was the Sports Day event where students of all year groups in our Secondary and Sixth Form campus had a chance to participate in a full day of joy while contributing points for their houses. The students worked fantastically in their houses throughout the day. They took part in track and field events, team building activities, a scavenger hunt, and also showed creativity and enthusiasm when supporting their House.
This event is essential to our secondary and sixth form students as it provides them with a comprehensive understanding of what it means to live a healthy and fulfilling life. By participating in different activities during the week, students have developed the skills and knowledge necessary to maintain their health and wellbeing, and set themselves up for success in the future.
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- Sports & Fixtures
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