What is the 30 Day Pupil Wellbeing Challenge?
Hi! I’m Jamie Peacock. I used to be a champion Rugby League player. In my rugby career, I played over 500 games, including over 50 times for England and Great Britain.
I’ve also won: 11 Super League Grand Finals, 4 Challenge Cups, 4 World Club Challenges, and I was selected for the Super League Dream Team World Best 13.
I didn’t start out as a champion. I believe everybody has a talent within them; however, talent isn’t important for the journey we are going on together over the next 30 days.
I was able to excel in my career because of my focus and understanding of the importance of wellbeing. If you don’t know already, wellbeing consists of 4 areas:
This programme is suitable for pupils in the UK aged 10 and over.
How do I access the challenge?
Jamie Peacock In Partnership with Schools Advisory Service is pleased to share the Be A Champion 30 Day Pupil Wellbeing Programme. With the sudden recent lockdown, Jamie and SAS wanted to help schools, academies and parents / guardians with resources to support their pupils and to empower young people to look after their mental and physical wellbeing.
This is why we are making this programme available to all students in the UK.
Jamie will introduce the 30 day challenge during a webinar where he will discuss his experience and how working on the four areas of wellbeing have affected his career and helped Jamie be a champion. Registration for each session is limited, but other events are currently available. check schooladvice.co.uk/news for other dates available.
Every person that signs up will receive pages needed for week 1 in the form of a digital book and can request a hard copy sent to them in the post. Jamie will provide updates on tasks for the 30 day challenge once a week with another short webinar at the end of the 30 days.