Sunday 29th June, 12.45
At this year’s festival there will be a special screening for families, followed by an afternoon of fun activities aimed at engaging kids of all ages to learn about their own health and well-being:
“Health Promotion for the future generation”
12.45 – “Move with SPARK fun physical activities for all”, Radcliffe Humanities Building
Pam Luna will teach you and your kids activities that they can do on their own, with friends and family—simple yet fun with a purpose to promote health and fitness. The activities will be geared towards kids of younger ages.
Followed by a FREE lunch and goodies
13.30 – “Speak up, Stand Up—Getting out of Difficult Situations”, Radcliffe Humanities Building
Learn creative and humorous ways to resist pressure and avoid getting into trouble. This will be interactive and includes acting out skits of ways to say no. This session is targeted towards children aged 11-15. The afternoon activities are FREE. People do not need to attend the screening to take part in the activities, but places are limited to 40 people, so booking is recommended.
Pam Luna is a specialist in family and community public health from Los Angeles, USA, and is the co-chair of the American Public Health Association Film Festival.