Healthy Lifestyle initiative launched at Westminster Kingsway College
06 May 2010
Westminster Kingsway students benefit from activities across the College Centres as part of a new Healthy Lifestyle initiative.
The two-week programme offers students activities that reflect any health and social concerns that they may have with advice on how to improve them. Sessions include how to cope with exam stress, a stop smoking support group, fitness challenges in the College’s new gym, workshops on how to find a part-time job and a sponsored walk across five London bridges.
Westminster Kingsway students could also use a homework club, which gives them different opportunities during the day for extra study time in preparation for their exams.
David Tomas-Merrills, Westminster Kingsway Deputy Head of Learner Advice and Support Services, said: "The Healthy Lifestyle initiative offers our students the opportunity to participate in a range of healthy activities, to make wise choices about their health and to reflect on their overall wellbeing. We encourage all students to participate in the programme."
Mohammed Seedat, Westminster Kingsway second year A-Level student, said: "I think the idea of a healthy lifestyle programme is great. We always have the idea at the back of our minds to do activities like this so it is great that we are given the opportunity to do it through College."
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