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Aim: Increased physical activity of pupils, Aim: Increased opportunities for a healthy

parents and families lifestyle for pupils, families and wider community

The school’s Family


Well-being room went
under refurbishment.

£4500 of kitchen facilities were gifted as sponsorship for the project!

Jan/Feb x 6 weeks
Dance aerobics class

What’s going on?


Each Wednesday 6-7pm Treorchy Primary School teacher, Alex Pugsley, has been selected as a
Supported by Rhondda Valley Runners
Get Set Champion by the Olympics Get Set programme in the lead up to 2020.

PARKOUR This makes Treorchy Primary School a Get Set Beacon – one of only 45
Each Wednesday 5-6pm
March/Apr x 6 weeks.
Beacons in the UK and 1 of only 2 in Wales!
Inspired by the work of UKActive, as a Get Set Beacon we aim to get… The newly refurbished facilities will support cookery
classes, healthy living classes, health and hygiene courses,

MORE people, MORE active, MORE often! accredited courses with qualifications for parents and
community members.
May/June x 6 weeks.
Inclusive football sessions for parents and family members. ACTIVE
We want to provide increased opportunities for our
NUTRITION
pupils, parents, families and the wider community to Plans are in place to establish a ‘Junk
RHONDDA

Charity/fundraising match, supported by school PTA, with funds going


participate in physical activity and health and well-being Food Café’ in the Well-being Centre
for one day each week. This is
towards sustainability of project. July 2019. supported by the distribution centre
Teams created with staff members and parents/family members. events for their benefit of their lifestyles. in Swansea and local supermarkets.

Year 6 Well-being Warriors visited local We linked up with ‘Play it Again Sport’ as part of an Active
Partnerships were developed Citizenship project. Pupils, parents, staff and community
businesses to spread word of the project in an
with local business groups and members donated unwanted sports gear which will be recycled to
attempt to gain funding and sponsorship.
organisations providing funding community members at a low cost. The aim is to provide kit for
to support the project. people to be active at an affordable cost.

News travelled fast! Many letters and emails of support


were received, with local MP Chris Bryant visiting the school
to talk about the project and its aims during the year.

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