Health programmes - Albion in the Community

Breakfast Club

Less than 20% of children aged five-15 meet the recommended daily guidelines of one hour of physical activity every day. Here at Albion in the Community we are committed to working with partners to develop programmes that help pupils across Sussex be as happy and as healthy as they can be.

We have piloted a small number of Breakfast Clubs to help pupils ‘start the day the Albion way’ with a healthy and nutritious breakfast as well as taking part in fun games and activities. We have had particular success so far with pupils eligible for pupil premium funding, encouraging them to be in school and ready to learn when the bell goes.

For more information, email: schools@albioninthecommunity.org.uk.

 

Food to Move

Our Premier League Charitable Fund supported nutrition programme delivers workshops, assemblies and specialist talks within the local community.

In the past three years, Food to Move has reached over 1,700 participants with activities including;

  • Healthy eating workshops and assemblies in schools.
  • Nutrition and healthy eating activities in community events.
  • Nutrition advice for young footballers and their parents.
  • Healthy cooking sessions in schools and communities.

Our Food to Move programme is led by a registered Public Health Nutritionist.

See below some examples of the resources we have available to help you eat healthy:

Cook @ Home: Omelette Muffins Recipe
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Cook @ Home: Couscous Carrot Salad Recipe
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Cook @ Home: Chicken and Mango Pockets Recipe
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For more information please contact health@albioninthecommunity.org.uk

 

Our schools team produces a regular e-newsletter that includes latest news, downloadable resources and case studies as well as how local schools are inspiring their pupils to get active and raise attainment. To subscribe email: schools@albioninthecommunity.org.uk.