Here you will find lots of useful resources, links and tips to support you in making healthy lifestyle choices. The aim of this page is to not only give information, advice and guidance on a wide range of topics, but also give you the ability to signpost support to those in your network who may need it.
Aim of the Maricourt Catholic High School PE department
We want every pupil to have the knowledge, skills and confidence to lead a healthy active lifestyle and participate in lifelong physical activity.
This is very much in line with the current National Curriculum Expectations that requires…
In Years 7-9 Pupils should be taught to: take part in competitive sports and activities outside school through community links or sports clubs, and
In Years 10 &11 Pupils should be taught to: continue to take part regularly in competitive sports and activities outside school through community links or sports clubs.
The Chief Medical Officer recommends that pupils should engage in an average of 60 minutes exercise per day.
Where to take part in physical activity outside of school.
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To help our pupils to find somewhere to take part in Physical Activity outside of School, click on the link below to the BBC’s Get Inspired webpage…
When our pupils leave Maricourt Catholic High School, the Chief Medical Officer recommends that they take part in 150 minutes of moderate, or 75 minutes of intense Physical Activity per week, our aim is to prepare all pupils to be able to follow this guidance and lead a healthy and active lifestyle regardless of their level of participation.
Sefton Mental Health
Sefton Mental Health Team have produced a Children and Young Peoples Emotional and Well-being Toolkit. Here you will find support services by category, online, via telephone and those available in your local area.