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NEW PEER ED GONE LOOSE SESSION!

Our next Peed Ed Gone Loose sessions will take place on Saturday 30th November at 5pm at the Pembroke Catechism Centre!

We will be giving a number of sessions including Superheroes inside my Body, Our Adventure with Dr. Cuddles, Basic First Aid and Fitness and Nutrition.

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A Peer Ed Gone Loose session for this scholastic year will be taking place next Tuesday 5th Nov at the Mosta Scouts Group. 
The interactive sessions taking place will be:
Superheroes inside my Body, Fitness & Nutrition & Common Diseases
The sessions will be held during the following times: 6.15 - 7.15pm & 7.15 - 8.15pm

  • Superheroes Inside my Body

The session consists of a number of original and interactive games that provide students with a basic understanding of how some of the body's major organ systems function. It is targeted towards Year 1 and Year 2 students.

  • Fitness & Nutrition

This session is focused around giving children a basic knowledge of the concept of calories, calorie balance and the different food types which constitute a healthy and balanced diet. The session also emphasizes the crucial role exercise plays in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. This information is delivered to the children through a variety of engaging activities, quizzes and classroom discussions. By the end of the session children should be able to interpret and analyse a food label and understand that unhealthy food choices can lead to health conditions such as obesity and diabetes. We have a session aimed at primary-level students as well as a more complex one for secondary-level students.

  • Common Diseases & Conditions in Maltese Society

This is a new session that deals with some of the most common diseases and conditions prevalent in Maltese society, including obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. This session aims to educate students about the underlying causes of these diseases and how they can avoid acquiring them by leading a healthy and active lifestyle. This session is aimed at Form 3, Form 4 and Form 5 students.