On Wednesday 19th June a nurse visited the Infant School from the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital to talk to the children about staying safe in the sun and protecting their skin. She showed an interactive power point and told the children about the benefits of a healthy diet to help their bodies to produce Vitamin D, and what else to do to help them protect their skin in summer. She demonstrated how much suncream we need to put on, and reminded all the children to keep hydrated by drinking plenty of water.
The children listened carefully and they learnt the “Slip, slop, slap, slide, shade!” song! Slip on a t shirt, slop on suncream, slap on a sun hat, slide on sunglasses, and sit in the shade regularly.
Further information can be found at www.skcin.org