Well done girls !
Mood and feelings journal
|Alina||Presentation Managing Stress|
Painting to increase relaxation
|Diana||Presentation Benefits of saffron|
|Katia||Presentation about healthy lifestyle|
|Isabella||Presentation: Why alcohol is bad|
|Maeva||Nutrition classes. Exercise (swimming, walks). Reflection on these new habits|
World Heart Day is celebrated every year on 29 September
In May 2012, world leaders committed to reducing global mortality from non-communicable diseases (NCDs) by 25% by 2025. Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is accountable for nearly half of all NCD deaths making it the world’s number one killer. World Heart Day is, therefore, the perfect platform for the CVD community to unite in the fight against CVD and reduce the global disease burden.
Created by the World Heart Federation, World Heart Day informs people around the globe that CVD, including heart disease and stroke, is the world’s leading cause of death claiming 17.9 million lives each year, and highlights the actions that individuals can take to prevent and control CVD. It aims to drive action to educate people that by controlling risk factors such as tobacco use, unhealthy diet and physical inactivity, at least 80% of premature deaths from heart disease and stroke could be avoided.
World Heart Day is a global campaign during which individuals, families, communities, and governments around the world participate in activities to take charge of their heart health and that of others. Through this campaign, the World Heart Federation unites people from all countries and backgrounds in the fight against the CVD burden and inspires and drives international action to encourage heart-healthy living across the world. We and our members believe in a world where heart health for everyone is a fundamental human right and a crucial element of global health justice.
Izzuddin Faalan, Maldives, illuminated in red for World Heart Day.
Food is not only fuel, food is pleasure and the basis for a healthy life.
Following our Pastoral Programme we baked apple pies for other barding houses. Our First Pillar is based on Nurturing Healthy Minds and Bodies and we decided to bake these pies because it induces students to eat more fruits.
This pie in special doesn’t have any sugar, so it is a different way to eat fruit in a heathy way.