Health and nutrition on the timetable

PUBLISHED: 15:00 23 March 2015

Golden Valley Primary School, year six pupils with visitors from Bristol Uni taking about exercise.

Golden Valley Primary School, year six pupils with visitors from Bristol Uni taking about exercise.

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EXERCISE and nutrition were on the timetable at a Nailsea school as children learnt about how to stay healthy.

Golden Valley Primary School, year six pupils with visitors from Bristol Uni taking about exercise.Golden Valley Primary School, year six pupils with visitors from Bristol Uni taking about exercise.

Researchers from Bristol University visited Golden Valley Primary School to run workshops with year six children.

The food, activity and bodies (FAB) sessions looked at the importance of staying healthy.

Pupils made giant jigsaws, tested their heart rates and investigated sugar content in drinks.


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