Totally Local Company – TLC – and Life Leisure have launched a new competition to promote the key messages of healthy living and wellbeing to primary school children in Stockport.
Working in partnership with Life Leisure, Totally Local Company will invite pupils from schools they work with to create a short video promoting healthy living and wellbeing.
To encourage collaborative learning and thinking, Totally Local Company are asking children to work in their classes and share their thoughts and ideas on this subject and create a video with a winning message. The video can take any form they wish, such as a song/pop video, dance, poem, play or chat show as long as it addresses and promotes healthy living and wellbeing.
A winning entry will be chosen from both key stage one and two. The children from each winning class will receive a free month’s Life Leisure Kids pass and, of course, a month’s pass for their teacher. The winning videos will be promoted online to demonstrate the children’s talents.
Totally Local Company’s Marketing and Communications Manager, Jacqueline Shalks said:
“We are excited to promote the subject of healthy living and positive wellbeing to local school children and their families. We are in an age where young people utilise platforms such as video and audio to express their views on life. We felt that creating a competition that enables children to express themselves in this way would encourage creativity, collaborative working and shared ideas on this very important topic.”
Laura Mylotte, Head of Marketing at Life Leisure comments,
“As Stockport’s biggest leisure provider, we are keen to encourage young children to learn and understand the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. There is a worrying trend both nationally and locally in the incidence of childhood obesity. We are keen to support Totally Local in delivering this fantastic competition which will not only get children thinking about the importance of a healthy lifestyle but it will also encourage them to be creative using the very technology that is contributing to a more sedentary lifestyle! This competition encourages the subject to be discussed with parents, teachers and children in a fun and creative way meaning the messages could have an even wider impact. We look forward to seeing the videos and helping to get these key messages in the forefront of their minds.”
Deadline for competition entries is Friday 5th April 2019.
If you would like your school to be involved, please contact Jacqueline Shalks at TLC