Many of our girls need our support and guidance on how they can adopt healthier lifestyles. They may not think so, but the reality is that there is an increasing proportion of them who are not exercising their bodies or minds enough, eating a diet high in processed and takeaway foods. The potential health implications are real and unwelcome outcomes for our future generations should we not act decisively now. Firstly, it is a must for them to actively exercise physically and mentally for an hour every day. There are numerous pulse lifting activities they can participate in with family, friends or on their own, and there are also plenty of non-electronic brain exercises such as crosswords and scrabble which work well. Secondly, it is important for students to use their strengths to think positively and look for the good things that fills them with optimism and hope for the future. Thirdly, as adults it is our responsibility to provide students with healthy, fresh and unprocessed foods. Even more importantly, is for us to role model exercising, eating healthy and thinking positively about our lives; they never fail to imitate us.
Mr Ryan Cheers
Deputy Principal - Students