Healthy Kidz presents it's Digital Health and Wellbeing programme to the Committee for Education
17th February 2021
Healthy Kidz recently presented it’s Digital Health and Wellbeing programme for primary schools across Northern Ireland to the Committee for Education at a recent NI Assembly meeting.
This is in hope that the programme will be rolled out to all primary school pupils nationwide to improve their health and wellbeing at a time of need with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Watch the presentation and Q&A here >>>
The committee members in attendance were very complimentary of the work done so far and had the following things to say:
Innovative and fantastic ed-tech. COVID-19 has forced us all to view the scope of techology and these guys are ahead of the game. If you were using technology pre-COVID-19, this will increase 10-fold now. We measure our kids so much academically, but we measure so little in their PE. It's a superb programme and could help sports clubs too. It's just the tip of the iceberg in innovation.
Chris LyttleChair of Commitee for Education
I commend you for your work you have done, it's great to see a coherent and integrated approach and to priortise emotional wellbein among our children.
Excellent presentation. Authentic and great to see more solutions rather than problems - it's really interesting what you have done.
An exciting programme, great to see the investment in our children to encourage emotional wellbeing and healthy habits at home. Such a well-rounded programme.
Professional presentation... ground-breaking, innovative and exciting. Well done to weather the storm, it demonstrates your resilience, it's unbelieveable - keep going!
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