Students learn about healthy lifestyle choices at Witchford Village College PSHE day

PUBLISHED: 12:04 29 June 2018 | UPDATED: 12:04 29 June 2018

Witchford Village College held the PSHE day on Wednesday (June 27)

Witchford Village College held the PSHE day on Wednesday (June 27)

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Internet safety, healthy living advice and a presentation by Cambs Fire and Rescue were all part of the big personal, social and health education day held at Witchford Village College.

Witchford Village College held the PSHE day on Wednesday (June 27) Witchford Village College held the PSHE day on Wednesday (June 27)

A range of interesting and informative talks were given on Wednesday (June 27) to help young people make the right life choices.

The Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service gave a presentation about water safety, which was well-received by Year 7 students.

The Skills Service brought their popular Activote system, which is an interactive quiz about students’ views on careers and careers information.

The College was given feedback on the quiz results enabling them to tailor a full careers programme for students.

This session also included an introduction to the legal profession by Fraser Dawbarns LLP Solicitors.

Staff-lead sessions took place on student relevant topics such as internet safety, peer pressure, healthy lifestyles and body image.

All were designed to give students the facts they need to make informed decisions while at the college and in the future.

As a bonus, the good weather meant that many sessions moved outside and a Healthy Lifestyles rounders match was also played.


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