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Let’s focus on children's health.



We all understand the vital role that a healthy lifestyle plays in the overall well-being and success of our young learners. The following are some essential tips and insights to help with nurturing healthy habits in your children.




1. Balanced Nutrition:

Encourage your child to eat a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and dairy products. Limit the intake of sugary snacks and drinks, and instead opt for healthier alternatives A balanced diet fuels growing bodies and minds!

2. Stay Hydrated:

Water is essential for maintaining good health. Make sure your child drinks an adequate amount of water throughout the day. Encourage them to carry a reusable water bottle to school and set a good example by doing the same yourself.

3. Active Play:

Physical activity is not only great fun but also crucial for healthy growth and development. Encourage your child to engage in active play for at least 60 minutes every day. Outdoor games, sports, and even family walks can make exercise enjoyable.

4. Sufficient Rest:

Adequate sleep is vital for children's health and their ability to concentrate in school. Set a consistent bedtime routine, ensuring your child gets the recommended amount of sleep based on their age. Minimize screen time before bed, as it can interfere with sleep patterns.

5. Personal Hygiene:

Teach your child good personal hygiene habits, such as regular handwashing with soap and water, especially before meals and after using the restroom. Help them understand the importance of maintaining cleanliness to prevent the spread of germs.

6. Promote emotional well-being:

By creating a safe and supportive environment for your child. Encourage open communication, active listening, and empathy. Foster hobbies, encourage creativity, and allow for downtime to help your child relax and unwind.

7. Regular Check-ups:

Schedule regular visits to the doctor or paediatrician for health check-ups, vaccinations, and necessary screenings. These appointments ensure early detection and prevention of potential health issues.

8. Internet Safety:

In today's digital age, it's crucial to teach your child about online safety. Discuss responsible internet usage, set screen time limits, and monitor their online activities to protect them from potential harm.


Teaching healthy habits is a collaborative effort. By prioritizing their health, we empower them to thrive and enjoy a fulfilling childhood.



Wishing you and your family health and happiness!


Brenda Oxford

Owner/Trainer

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