Back care awareness and prevention training at primary school age is essential, especially before the transition to secondary school takes place, as kids carry more loads,increased PC/tablet use,sitting and spinal development increases.
The B.A.S.I.C Project focuses on four specific common health issues in the modern day lifestyle of children; Interactively highlighting the study of the spine and body in relation to the seated/standing posture, carrying school bags, texting/phone use and PC and game station use.
The B.A.S.I.C Project uses practical daily scenarios, discussions and problem solving activities, embedding an 'Eat Well, Grow Well, Be Happy' principle.
Designed for children to learn Backcare skills for life.
This short, fun 'B.A.S.I.C.’ but effective workshop held in schools has been proving to be very successful in Colchester schools and colleges.
Our workshops enhance the Personal and Social Health Education (PSHE) syllabus in Primary and Secondary schools.
Be Back Wise
Eat Well to grow well
The B.A.S.I.C Educational programme is supported by anatomy and physiology, ergonomics, good home and school working practices, exercise, and eat well and grow well philosophy.