Facts4Life News

Facts4Life on Being Mortal

Facts4Life on Being Mortal

August is the time to stop, recharge the batteries and catch up on some reading. That may include some light distraction, but a book that really chimes is one that reflects your ideals, teaches you something new, and sheds more light on what it is to be human. Atul...

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New Facts4Life Website Goes Live

New Facts4Life Website Goes Live

We are delighted to announce the launch of our new Facts4Life website. Our new look reflects the unique philosophy and appearance of our teaching resource and captures the developments that have taken place in recent months.

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The Facts4Life 30 Day Challenge

Facts4Life introduces the new 30 day Challenge! The aim is not only to improve health-related behaviours but also to help children (and adults!) realise that there are things we can all do to help ‘smooth the path’ in our health journey.

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Launch of New Facts4Life Primary Resources for Health Resilience

Facts4Life announces the launch of its new Primary Resource. Reception and KS1 children will learn about health resilience and explore strategies for well-being. Our KS2 materials have been revised with further opportunities to address mental health issues. We know from the Facts4Life pilot just how interested young people are in their own health and in ‘body centred’ learning.

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Expansion of Facts4Life

Another ten schools received training in the Facts4Life project this week and expressed very positive views on how these ideas can benefit their students. Kelly Green, Lead Teacher, gave teachers the opportunity to take part in some of the key activities of the...

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body centred learning

body centred learning

At the core of the project is the idea of body centred learning. Linking subjects through study of the body alone, in families, groups, schools, wider community, across continents, through time, in sickness and in health. By doing this we can link - and make better...

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Facts4Life – shifting attitudes

As one of Lead Teachers from the Gloucestershire Health and Wellbeing Team it has been fascinating to see the Facts4Life resource develop from its initial concept through resource development and then testing of the materials in schools. From the outset the intention...

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