a week of actions in Saint-Joseph

a week of actions in Saint-Joseph

Because the physical and mental health of young people must remain a priority for educational communities, the Apel movement (Associations of Parents of Free Education) has mobilized around the theme “Feel good in one’s body, feel good in his head”, on the occasion of the 17e Apel Week.

“At Saint-Joseph, with the management and school life teams, the teachers and Atsem, the catering provider Alternatives, we managed to implement these actions: the high school students were entitled to a balanced breakfast on Tuesday morning . In middle school, classes took turns to participate in a basketball hoop competition. As for the kindergarten and primary school students, after training all week, they moved on Friday morning to the sound of a flash mob on the benefits of sport, says Émilie Nowaczyk, president of Apel Saint-Jospeh. Physical activity (sport, games, gentle travel) constitutes one of the essential aspects of a healthy lifestyle, along with sleep and diet. As habits acquired during adolescence have lasting consequences, adults have a vital role to play with children and young people in passing on to them a taste for it. »

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