Superheroes inspiring Portsmouth schoolchildren to be healthy and feel positive

From left, Millie Ponsford, nine, Romina Abbasi, nine, Stanley Lancaster, 10, Rhys Baker, 10, Pavels Nikitin, 10, Ronnie Hale, nine, and Alfie Hammacott, 10, at Arundel Court Primary School Picture: Sarah Standing (160824-2100)
From left, Millie Ponsford, nine, Romina Abbasi, nine, Stanley Lancaster, 10, Rhys Baker, 10, Pavels Nikitin, 10, Ronnie Hale, nine, and Alfie Hammacott, 10, at Arundel Court Primary School Picture: Sarah Standing (160824-2100)
Forest School Leaders Dawn White and Sue Evans with their pupils outside the school

Picture: Habibur Rahman (180146-338)

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QUIRKY superheroes are inspiring children to take up a healthy lifestyle and feel better about themselves.

THOMAS ROGERS

It has been very interactive and hands­-on. I am really pleased with how much knowledge they have retained from day one. It is a really pleasing sign they have taken this on board.

Rachel Brown, Portsmouth City Council’s health development officer