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Eat Well Move More – Family Weight Management

Eat Well Move More; Tier 2 Service

Eat Well Move More is a FREE support service for children (4-16years) who are classified as overweight or obese (over 91st centile).

Eat Well Move More Programme Types

One-to-One Programme (4-16years)

Families will meet with a Health Trainer to gain top tips, fun ideas and support in improving their families lifestyle, as well as being informed on how they can all stay more active.

Programme available: Mondays to Thursdays

Number of one-to-one sessions: 4

Duration of sessions: 30-60min

Period of programme: 12 weeks

Venues: Tudor Grange Leisure Centre/  Coleshill Heath Hub/ Solihull Council House

Additional for 11-16years old-

A 12 week FREE supervised Gym access and programme under Junior DocSpot, is offered alongside the one to one programme.

Available at:  North Solihull Sports Centre / Tudor Grange Leisure Centre

How to book?

G.P.’s, Dieticians, Paediatricians, and/or School Nurses can all refer children and young people onto the 1:1 programme, through completing the Referral Form.

Parents/Carers who have received an NCMP letter, please call Solihull Active T. 0121 704 8207 or complete the Referral Form.

School Programme (Key Stage 1-4)

Schools will receive a Terms programme, for 1 hour per week, where parent/ carer attendance is optional, although encouraged.

Term Programme example:

School Induction and Data Collection

Eat Well and 5-a-day

Physical Activity and Games

Portion Size and Snacks

Physical Activity and Games

Sugars and Dental

Physical Activity and Games

Breakfast, Food Labels and Sleep

Physical Activity and Games

Fats and Fast Food

School Conclusion and Data Collection

How to book?

Schools who are interested in wanting Eat Well Move More at their School, please call Solihull Active T. 0121 704 8207 to discuss Eat Well Move More School Programmes

Children’s Healthy Weight Calculator

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