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Wells Hall Primary School in Great Cornard achieves gold standard for health and wellbeing


By Dave Gooderham


Wells Hall Prmary School have become the first in Suffolk to achieve a gold health and safety excellence award. Pictured from left: Kieran Lawler, Jaydon Wright, Connie Johnson-Buckles and Jim Cleaver. Photo credit: Gooderham PR. (12707903)
Wells Hall Prmary School have become the first in Suffolk to achieve a gold health and safety excellence award. Pictured from left: Kieran Lawler, Jaydon Wright, Connie Johnson-Buckles and Jim Cleaver. Photo credit: Gooderham PR. (12707903)

A primary school is celebrating its commitment to health and wellbeing, after securing an award.

Wells Hall Primary School in Great Cornard is the first in Suffolk to achieve a gold health and wellbeing excellence award from OneLife Suffolk.

It was achieved after the organisation spent time working with all year groups, running workshops and promoting healthy living.

Headteacher Jim Cleaver said: “We believe one of our roles is to get our young people prepared for life after primary school, and this has been a great way of embedding health and wellbeing habits.”

Kieran Lawler, PE specialist and learning mentor at the school, said: “All the children have really bought into the messages.

“The award is a deserved reward for their hard work and commitment,” he added.



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