Jamie Peacock MBE, one of the most successful rugby players in Super League History, has made it his mission to teach students healthy habits from a young age. In 2018, he established “Be A Champion,” a health, wellbeing and mentoring programme for pupils which has helped numerous young people across the country to reach their full potential, including the students at the Laidlaw Schools Trust.

Focusing on four critical habits: positive mindset, good sleep, healthy eating, and physical activity, the programme teaches students how they can create small daily changes to develop new habits so that they, too, can become champions.

Join us on Thursday, October 21st, at 2 pm BST to discover:

  • How can individuals and families really change their lifestyles to be healthier, even with many competing demands for time and money?
  • How can schools and universities focus as much on health and wellbeing as academic outcomes?
  • What are the challenges that young people face in developing critical habits, and how can they overcome them?

Places are limited.

⚡️ We are giving away 5 FREE copies of Jamie’s book, Be a Champion. Enter the raffle at registration. Winners announced during the webinar.

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Kayla Kim
Marketing Manager, Laidlaw Foundation

Hello! I was Laidlaw scholar in 2019, and I studied national, regional, and local identity in northern Tajikistan through the lens of women's fashion. 

For a year after graduating, I worked for the UN Mine Action Service which removes landmines from conflict and post-conflict regions. Now I have returned to the Laidlaw Foundation!

Please feel free to get in touch. I'm always happy to meet new people and chat, especially about nationalism/politics of gender/Central Asia/demining/UN/writing or even ballroom dance :)

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