Tired of your child bringing lollies home from school? See how St Francis de Sales School in Island Bay successfully made changes to their classroom birthday treat tradition.
Nanase Moniati (known as Nase to her friends) turned her life around after being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. She now wants to inspire other young people with her story.
Hi my name is Eseta, I am a 53 year old widow. In March 2015 I got off the couch and went back to boot camp. I said to my trainer “this time I’m doing the food”.
I am a wife and busy mum of two children and I work from home. My motivation to lose weight came after I was diagnosed as pre-diabetic in November 2014.
I was told that if I continued this way I would likely to be diabetic in 12 months. I was eating too many carbohydrates and I needed to reduce my portions of food.
It is literally taking the classroom outside the four walls that they are so used to and opening their eyes to other ways of teaching and learning.
Healthy Futures was approached by a Wellington swim school requesting advice around rewarding their students at the end of each term.
Following the 2015/2016 cricket season, Brooklyn Junior Cricket Club swapped the usual sugary drinks for water at the club's end of season prize giving.
The Wellington East Girls’ College rowing team has, in recent years, tried a different approach to their annual regatta food stall fundraiser. Instead of the traditional sausage sizzle, we tried something new with our food stall on the Wellington waterfront.
A Wellington school had a school camp planned in and around the Abel Tasman National Park.