Through their development education classes TY students compiled a display for the canteen/GP area to showcase information about what fairtrade means and all about fairtrade fortnight which ran from 26th February until 11th March.
Qigong (pronounced “chee gung”) is an ancient Chinese mind-body practice that restores wellness, builds mental and emotional strength, reduces stress, and increases vitality.
Qigong, sometimes called the grandmother of tai chi, is one of the four major branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Because Qigong incorporates a variety of gentle breathing methods, flowing movements, and mindfulness meditation, it can be practiced by absolutely anyone, regardless of their age, health, religion, or fitness level.
Qi means “vital energy”, and gong means “cultivation”. The Chinese characters a
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No. Anyone can do it.
It is a soft activity based on gentle moves and breathing exercises to improve posture, focus, harmony and reduce stress…
Today the Health Promoting Schools Team launched their first calendar of events for the remainder of this academic year. The team have been busy planning for the past couple of months and today they kick started their “Get Active” initiative.
Staff and students donned their activewear and trainers and took a brisk walk around the town. Donations were collected and the money raised will be used to fund a games club that will run at lunchtimes and additional sports equipment to get everyone out in the fresh air at break times. Huge thanks and congratulations to the HPS team for all their hard work and first successful step toward achieving their Health Promoting Schools Flag.