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Champions in the Making

As our current Young Health Champions delivered their assembly, our newest recruits for the cause of teen health have been in training with the aim to bolster the ranks of the YHC initiative and help spread the message of healthy lifestyle choices amongst peers.  
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Young Health Champions are Alcohol Aware

As part of our drive to raise awareness both our veteran and newly-recruited Young Health Champions delivered a presentation to pupils on the dangers of under-age drinking and how it can lead to alcoholism, poor mental health and life-threatening illnesses.
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Principal’s Awards

Recently, 11 students joined our ‘Young Health Champions’ team after qualifying and receiving their certificates for completing the programme and the ‘Level 1 Award in Health Awareness’.  This allows them to work as peer mentors and offer support in health...
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Stub It Out

In assemblies Young Health Champions and Peer2Peer Mentors teamed up to deliver a presentation on the dangers of smoking and the best ways to quit. Students did a fantastic job and reassured pupils they are always available to help with health or wellbeing issues.
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Anti Bullying Bags Top Prize

The Young Health Champions and Peer2Peer mentors have worked closely together since September 2017 to help to put a stop to bullying.  The Young Health Champions have presented several ‘anti-bullying’ assemblies in local primary schools and the Peer2Peer mentors have...
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Buddy Continues His Tour

Southmoor’s Year 10 Young Health Champions and ‘Buddy’ the anti-bullying bear continued their tour of local primary schools.  Most recently, they reached out to their peers at Hill View Infant Academy presenting an assembly about different forms of bullying, giving advice...
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Buddy Goes on Tour

Year 10 Young Health Champions and ‘Buddy’ the anti-bullying mascot were given the opportunity to reach out to their younger peers at Grangetown and Valley Road primary schools.  Students prepared and presented an assembly about different types of bullying, reasons...
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New Recruits for our Young Health Champions

We were pleased to present the following Year 9 students with their certificates for completing the ‘Sunderland Young Health Champion Programme’: Amelia Woodford, Lily Gordon, Sarah Jasas, Mia Boddy, Lauren Hunter, Rebecca Steel, Katelyn Quinnin, Tallianna Neale, Ayshia...
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