Fenland primary school’s youngsters jump aboard the ‘life bus’

YOUNGSTERS at a Fenland primary school boarded a ‘life bus’ to help prevent them getting into bad habits when they grow up.

Pupils at Chatteris’ Kingsfield Primary School were paid a visit by the Cambridgeshire Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) Service’s which travels around the county.

Children learnt about how the body works with an emphasis being placed on positive health issues. Age-appropriates messages were taught through a variety of audio-visual techniques including a puppet giraffe called Harold.

Parents were given an opportunity to board the ‘life bus’ as their offspring enjoyed songs and role-play activities.

The PSHE is a registered charity which runs drug-prevention programmes and promotes healthy lifestyles for children aged from three to 11.


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