Preventing Unintentional Injuries
Many accidental injuries and emergencies can be prevented by taking another look at your family's environment, lifestyles, and risks. Finding problems early and responding quickly is vital. This can help keep situations manageable, and stop them from becoming an emergency.
It's important to be alert and to follow a program designed to help you and your family stay safe.
Each year in England, an average of 60 children under five years die from injuries in and around the home. Seven children died on the roads in 2014 and there are also approximately 40,000 emergency hospital admissions and 450,000 visits to A&E departments.
Keep a list of emergency numbers in your home. This list should include the police, fire, poison control center, local emergency service (if different than 999), local hospital, and your healthcare providers.
Design a Healthy Lunch Competition!
We have been trying really hard here at The Willows to promote healthier eating and lifestyles. With this in mind, we would love it if everyone in school made healthier choices in their packed lunches! Over the next half term, we shall be holding a competition to design the healthiest lunch. Below, you will find a copy of the Eatwell Guide which shows you the different elements of a healthy meal. This will help you to create a fantastic, informative poster promoting healthier lunches, and…. don’t forget the drink!
It’s up to you how you present your meal. Here are some suggestions:
- A colourful poster with some catch phrases to promote the healthy message, along with ideas for what to put inside
- A labelled drawing
- A lunch box collage with labels/packaging/ magazine pictures of the contents
- A 3D lunch box with 3D contents made from foam, fabric, card etc.
There will be 2 winners from each phase - EYFS, Key Stage 1, Lower Key Stage 2 and Upper Key Stage 2, whose posters will be displayed around the building. The closing date is: Wednesday 29th March 2023, to be announced at the last day of half term assembly.Follow the links below for ideas about Healthy Lunchboxes