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Healthy Families Programme (Children aged 7-13)

Healthy Families Programme

The Healthy Families Programme is aimed at families with children who are above a healthy weight, aged 7-13, and want to make a change to a healthier lifestyle.

The programme is split into ten 1 ½ Hour sessions. During these sessions families take part in enjoyable and interactive activities based around health and nutrition followed by fun, physical activities. Some of the sessions offer a chance for parent topics to be addressed, such as goals and rewards, sleep, fussy eating and role modelling.

The aim of the programme is for the Families to increase their knowledge of leading a healthy lifestyle, whilst also boosting their skills, confidence and self-esteem.


  • You and your family will learn about nutrition, food groups, eating a balanced and healthy diet and look at different portion sizes to suit the whole family.
  • We will look at how to read food labels, the importance of making healthier food choices and healthy shopping on a budget.
  • We will play lots of exciting games and activities together, to encourage your children to become more active.
  • We will have a practical cooking session to increase cooking skills and look at cooking healthy family meals on a budget.
  • You will have chance to chat to other parents and share experiences, while your kids are enjoying fun activities and making new friends.
  • Our main aim of all of our sessions is for everyone to have fun, make friends and enjoy the programme, to help increase confidence and self esteem.

Who to contact

Contact name
Healthy Cornwall
01209 615600

Other details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
free N/A


Age ranges
From 0 years to 6 years
Referral required
Referral details

How to take part in the programme

Simply register your interest by filling out our online enquiry form, or for further information on dates/locations of up and coming programmes head over to our online, interactive map.

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